NESMUK EXKLUSIV:
OUTSTANDING CRAFTSMANSHIP

Possibly no other knife in the world conveys its provenance and the consistency in its artisanry as clearly as the handmade knives from Nesmuk. Around four dozen work steps are involved in the production of a Nesmuk EXKLUSIV knife, from drawing and forging, tempering, annealing and the wet grinding of the hollow ground blade to the mounting of the handle. This is unusual, even in a craft establishment, resulting in maximum precision and perfection. Read more...


The Nesmuk EXKLUSIV with cutting edge is a masterpiece that is hand-crafted at our forge by our Nesmuk bladesmiths. It takes focused concentration over a period of many hours and, in some cases, days to produce the very fine black cutting edge in the best carbon steel below the wild Damascus. The Nesmuk EXKLUSIV with cutting edge has a Rockwell hardness of 64–65.

The Nesmuk EXKLUSIV Full Damascus consists of up to 480 layers of selected carbon steel. It is distinguished by its double-sided hollow-ground blade with the finest cutting edge, an elegant wild Damascus pattern and a Rockwell hardness of 62. An aesthetic silver collar is precision-integrated into the perfectly ergonomic knife handle, which Nesmuk can finish in a range of fine woods or Juma.

Chef's Knife

Handles


East Indian Rosewood Karelian
Birch Burl
Amboyna Bahian Rosewood Makassar- Ebony
Juma Black Juma Ivory Cocobolo Pau Ferro Bog Oak
Grenadille Micarta
Black
Micarta
Green
Micarta
Red
Micarta
White
EukalyptusEucalyptus Burl WalnutWalnut Burl

East Indian Rosewood
• Country of origin: India
• Ranging from light brown with golden streaks to dark
  purple, with a density of ca. 850 kg/m³
• Very durable, with glossy surface
• Wavy grained, one of the most beautiful hardwoods

Karelian Birch Burl
• Country of origin: border land between Russia and
  East-Finland
• Not very hard but enduring wood with a density
  of 600 - 700 kg/m³
• Wood of almost white to reddish-brown colouring

• The classic wood for knife handles of Scandinavian
  knives
• The beautiful texture becomes visible only after
  elaborate etching and oiling treatments

Amboyna
• Country of origin: Indonesia
• Reddish colouring, ranging from light orange to
  dark red wood with a density of about 850 kg/m³
• Curly, mottled grain, among the most beautiful
  hardwoods
• Extraordinary sturdiness, shiny surface

Bahian-Rosewood
• Country of origin: Brazil
• Red grained wood, tonal colour yellowish to rose
• Extremely hard with a density of about 940 kg/m³
• Excellent to polish

Makassar-Ebony
• Country of origin: Indonesia
• Brown to reddish brown, inordinately striped dark
  brown to black
• Very hard and precious wood with a density
  of 1,100 - 1,200 kg/m³
• Difficult to finish, but very decorative and robust

Juma Black
• Juma is a precious resin with a high mineral content
• The perfect imitation of natural ivory
  (up-to 95 % identical, but synthetically produced)

Juma Ivory
• Juma is a precious resin with a high mineral content
• The perfect imitation of natural ivory
  (up-to 95 % identical, but synthetically produced)

Cocobolo
• Country of origin: Central and South America
• Exclusive in appearance, red to golden-brown base colour
• A few, irregular black-brown stripes give this wood
  its characteristic appearance
• Straight fibres, fine pores and textures
• Extremely durable

Pau Ferro
• Country of origin: South America
• Reddish-purple to black-brown grain
• Parallel fibres
• Close-grained and fine-pored

Bog Oak
• Country of origin: Europe
• Not an independent variety of wood
• Bog oak is fossilised oak trunk which has lain
  for up to 5,000 years in bogs, swamps and rivers
• Black-grey to bluish or brownish in colour
• Brushed
• Relatively light

Grenadille
• Country of origin: Africa
• One of the most beautiful hardwoods
• Dark brown, almost black, with black stripes
• Extremely durable, hard and heavy
• Fine, even texture

Micarta Black
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Micarta Green
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Micarta Red
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Micarta White
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Eucalyptus burl
• Country of origin: Australia
• Also called Goldfield burl
• Very dense and hard wood, ca. 1,200 kg/m3
• A pale yellow border area
• Grey-brown-reddish hues with fine "eyes"

Walnut burl
• Country of origin: Central and Southern Europe
• Heavy, hard, open-pored and extremely popular wood
• Walnut is easily to process and polish

Handles made out of burl wood may feature inclusions. This is natural condition and is therefore not a reason for refund.

Details

The handmade Nesmuk EXKLUSIV with its Damascus blade composed of 400 layers and a cutting edge made of finest carbon steel delivers an outstanding and long-lasting sharpness and hardness of 64 -65 HRC. The blade’s length is 180 mm with a thickness of 4 mm. The collar is made from finest silver.

Sales Unit

Each Nesmuk EXKLUSIV knife with cutting edge is shipped in a luxurious piano lacquer box and with a high-quality leather sheath. In addition, the set includes the Nesmuk strop and a 100ml bottle Nesmuk Chinese camellia oil.

Slicer

Handles


East Indian Rosewood Karelian
Birch Burl
Amboyna Bahian- Rosewood Makassar- Ebony
Juma Black Juma Ivory Cocobolo Pau Ferro Bog Oak
Grenadille Micarta Black Micarta Green Micarta Red Micarta White
EukalyptusEucalyptus Burl WalnutWalnut Burl

East Indian Rosewood
• Country of origin: India
• Ranging from light brown with golden streaks to dark
  purple, with a density of ca. 850 kg/m³
• Very durable, with glossy surface
• Wavy grained, one of the most beautiful hardwoods

Karelian Birch Burl
• Country of origin: border land between Russia and
  East-Finland
• Not very hard but enduring wood with a density
  of 600 - 700 kg/m³
• Wood of almost white to reddish-brown colouring

• The classic wood for knife handles of Scandinavian
  knives
• The beautiful texture becomes visible only after
  elaborate etching and oiling treatments

Amboyna
• Country of origin: Indonesia
• Reddish colouring, ranging from light orange to
  dark red wood with a density of about 850 kg/m³
• Curly, mottled grain, among the most beautiful
  hardwoods
• Extraordinary sturdiness, shiny surface

Bahian-Rosewood
• Country of origin: Brazil
• Red grained wood, tonal colour yellowish to rose
• Extremely hard with a density of about 940 kg/m³
• Excellent to polish

Makassar-Ebony
• Country of origin: Indonesia
• Brown to reddish brown, inordinately striped dark
  brown to black
• Very hard and precious wood with a density
  of 1,100 - 1,200 kg/m³
• Difficult to finish, but very decorative and robust

Juma Black
• Juma is a precious resin with a high mineral content
• The perfect imitation of natural ivory
  (up-to 95 % identical, but synthetically produced)

Juma Ivory
• Juma is a precious resin with a high mineral content
• The perfect imitation of natural ivory
  (up-to 95 % identical, but synthetically produced)

Cocobolo
• Country of origin: Central and South America
• Exclusive in appearance, red to golden-brown base colour
• A few, irregular black-brown stripes give this wood
  its characteristic appearance
• Straight fibres, fine pores and textures
• Extremely durable

Pau Ferro
• Country of origin: South America
• Reddish-purple to black-brown grain
• Parallel fibres
• Close-grained and fine-pored

Bog Oak
• Country of origin: Europe
• Not an independent variety of wood
• Bog oak is fossilised oak trunk which has lain
  for up to 5,000 years in bogs, swamps and rivers
• Black-grey to bluish or brownish in colour
• Brushed
• Relatively light

Grenadille
• Country of origin: Africa
• One of the most beautiful hardwoods
• Dark brown, almost black, with black stripes
• Extremely durable, hard and heavy
• Fine, even texture

Micarta Black
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Micarta Green
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Micarta Red
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Micarta White
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Eucalyptus burl
• Country of origin: Australia
• Also called Goldfield burl
• Very dense and hard wood, ca. 1,200 kg/m3
• A pale yellow border area
• Grey-brown-reddish hues with fine "eyes"

Walnut burl
• Country of origin: Central and Southern Europe
• Heavy, hard, open-pored and extremely popular wood
• Walnut is easily to process and polish

Handles made out of burl wood may feature inclusions. This is natural condition and is therefore not a reason for refund.

Details

The handmade Nesmuk EXKLUSIV slicer with its Damascus blade composed of 200 layers and a cutting edge made of finest carbon steel delivers an outstanding and long-lasting sharpness and hardness of 64 -65 HRC. The blade’s length is 160 mm with a thickness of 2.5 mm. The collar is made from finest silver.

Sales Unit

Each Nesmuk EXKLUSIV Slicer with cutting edge is shipped in a luxurious piano lacquer box and with a high-quality leather sheath. In addition, the set includes the Nesmuk strop and a 100ml bottle Nesmuk Chinese camellia oil.

Chef's Knife

Handles


East Indian Rosewood Karelian
Birch Burl
Amboyna Bahian- Rosewood Makassar- Ebony
Juma Black Juma Ivory Cocobolo Pau Ferro Bog Oak
Grenadille Micarta Black Micarta Green Micarta Red Micarta White
EukalyptusEucalyptus Burl WalnutWalnut Burl

East Indian Rosewood
• Country of origin: India
• Ranging from light brown with golden streaks to dark
  purple, with a density of ca. 850 kg/m³
• Very durable, with glossy surface
• Wavy grained, one of the most beautiful hardwoods

Karelian Birch Burl
• Country of origin: border land between Russia and
  East-Finland
• Not very hard but enduring wood with a density
  of 600 - 700 kg/m³
• Wood of almost white to reddish-brown colouring

• The classic wood for knife handles of Scandinavian
  knives
• The beautiful texture becomes visible only after
  elaborate etching and oiling treatments

Amboyna
• Country of origin: Indonesia
• Reddish colouring, ranging from light orange to
  dark red wood with a density of about 850 kg/m³
• Curly, mottled grain, among the most beautiful
  hardwoods
• Extraordinary sturdiness, shiny surface

Bahian-Rosewood
• Country of origin: Brazil
• Red grained wood, tonal colour yellowish to rose
• Extremely hard with a density of about 940 kg/m³
• Excellent to polish

Makassar-Ebony
• Country of origin: Indonesia
• Brown to reddish brown, inordinately striped dark
  brown to black
• Very hard and precious wood with a density
  of 1,100 - 1,200 kg/m³
• Difficult to finish, but very decorative and robust

Juma Black
• Juma is a precious resin with a high mineral content
• The perfect imitation of natural ivory
  (up-to 95 % identical, but synthetically produced)

Juma Ivory
• Juma is a precious resin with a high mineral content
• The perfect imitation of natural ivory
  (up-to 95 % identical, but synthetically produced)

Cocobolo
• Country of origin: Central and South America
• Exclusive in appearance, red to golden-brown base colour
• A few, irregular black-brown stripes give this wood
  its characteristic appearance
• Straight fibres, fine pores and textures
• Extremely durable

Pau Ferro
• Country of origin: South America
• Reddish-purple to black-brown grain
• Parallel fibres
• Close-grained and fine-pored

Bog Oak
• Country of origin: Europe
• Not an independent variety of wood
• Bog oak is fossilised oak trunk which has lain
  for up to 5,000 years in bogs, swamps and rivers
• Black-grey to bluish or brownish in colour
• Brushed
• Relatively light

Grenadille
• Country of origin: Africa
• One of the most beautiful hardwoods
• Dark brown, almost black, with black stripes
• Extremely durable, hard and heavy
• Fine, even texture

Micarta Black
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Micarta Green
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Micarta Red
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Micarta White
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Eucalyptus burl
• Country of origin: Australia
• Also called Goldfield burl
• Very dense and hard wood, ca. 1,200 kg/m3
• A pale yellow border area
• Grey-brown-reddish hues with fine "eyes"

Walnut burl
• Country of origin: Central and Southern Europe
• Heavy, hard, open-pored and extremely popular wood
• Walnut is easily to process and polish

Handles made out of burl wood may feature inclusions. This is natural condition and is therefore not a reason for refund.

Details

480 layers of selected carbon steel, the elegant wild Damascus pattern and a high-quality silver collar: the Nesmuk EXKLUSIV Full Damascus with a Rockwell hardness of 62. The blade’s length is 180 mm with a thickness of 4 mm.

Sales Unit

Each Nesmuk EXKLUSIV Full Damascus knife is shipped in a in a luxurious matte box and with a high-quality leather sheath. In addition, the set includes a 100ml bottle Nesmuk Chinese camellia oil.

Slicer

Handles


East Indian Rosewood Karelian
Birch Burl
Amboyna Bahian- Rosewood Macassar- Ebony
Juma Black Juma Ivory Cocobolo Pau Ferro Bog Oak
Grenadille Micarta Black Micarta Green Micarta Red Micarta White
EukalyptusEucalyptus Burl WalnutWalnut Burl

East Indian Rosewood
• Country of origin: India
• Ranging from light brown with golden streaks to dark
  purple, with a density of ca. 850 kg/m³
• Very durable, with glossy surface
• Wavy grained, one of the most beautiful hardwoods

Karelian Birch Burl
• Country of origin: border land between Russia and
  East-Finland
• Not very hard but enduring wood with a density
  of 600 - 700 kg/m³
• Wood of almost white to reddish-brown colouring

• The classic wood for knife handles of Scandinavian
  knives
• The beautiful texture becomes visible only after
  elaborate etching and oiling treatments

Amboyna
• Country of origin: Indonesia
• Reddish colouring, ranging from light orange to
  dark red wood with a density of about 850 kg/m³
• Curly, mottled grain, among the most beautiful
  hardwoods
• Extraordinary sturdiness, shiny surface

Bahian-Rosewood
• Country of origin: Brazil
• Red grained wood, tonal colour yellowish to rose
• Extremely hard with a density of about 940 kg/m³
• Excellent to polish

Makassar-Ebony
• Country of origin: Indonesia
• Brown to reddish brown, inordinately striped dark
  brown to black
• Very hard and precious wood with a density
  of 1,100 - 1,200 kg/m³
• Difficult to finish, but very decorative and robust

Juma Black
• Juma is a precious resin with a high mineral content
• The perfect imitation of of natural ivory
  (up-to 95 % identical, but synthetically produced)

Juma Ivory
• Juma is a precious resin with a high mineral content
• The perfect imitation of natural ivory
  (up-to 95 % identical, but synthetically produced)

Cocobolo
• Country of origin: Central and South America
• Exclusive in appearance, red to golden-brown base colour
• A few, irregular black-brown stripes give this wood
  its characteristic appearance
• Straight fibres, fine pores and textures
• Extremely durable

Pau Ferro
• Country of origin: South America
• Reddish-purple to black-brown grain
• Parallel fibres
• Close-grained and fine-pored

Bog Oak
• Country of origin: Europe
• Not an independent variety of wood
• Bog oak is fossilised oak trunk which has lain
  for up to 5,000 years in bogs, swamps and rivers
• Black-grey to bluish or brownish in colour
• Brushed
• Relatively light

Grenadille
• Country of origin: Africa
• One of the most beautiful hardwoods
• Dark brown, almost black, with black stripes
• Extremely durable, hard and heavy
• Fine, even texture

Micarta Black
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Micarta Green
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Micarta Red
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Micarta White
• Impact resistant, breakproof and very hard material
• Liquids, acids and leaches resistant
• The handle is cut from one single block which achieves
  its typical texture

Eucalyptus burl
• Country of origin: Australia
• Also called Goldfield burl
• Very dense and hard wood, ca. 1,200 kg/m3
• A pale yellow border area
• Grey-brown-reddish hues with fine "eyes"

Walnut burl
• Country of origin: Central and Southern Europe
• Heavy, hard, open-pored and extremely popular wood
• Walnut is easily to process and polish

Handles made out of burl wood may feature inclusions. This is natural condition and is therefore not a reason for refund.

Details

240 layers of selected carbon steel, the elegant wild Damascus pattern and a high-quality silver collar: the Nesmuk EXKLUSIV Full Damascus slicer with a Rockwell hardness of 62. The blade’s length is 160 mm with a thickness of 2.5 mm.

Sales Unit

Each Nesmuk EXKLUSIV Full Damascus Slicer is shipped in a a luxurious matte box and with a high-quality leather sheath. In addition, the set includes a 100ml bottle Nesmuk Chinese camellia oil.