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Latin name : : Quercus robur Morta is a wood in the process of fossilization found in an anoxic zone. An anoxic zone is a decrease in oxygen...
Latin name: Quercus robur.
Comment : Morta, also known as bog wood or fossil wood, is a fascinating and highly prized material in cutlery craftsmanship. Formed from trees fossilized in peat bogs over thousands of years, morta offers a unique aesthetic with its dark color ranging from dark brown to deep black, as well as remarkable organic veins. This exceptionally durable and resistant wood gives knife handles a distinctive look, combining history and rarity to create unique pieces that are highly valued in the cutlery world.
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All product measurements are in millimeters (mm). Measurements are rounded down to the nearest millimeter. Irregularly shaped pieces are measured to indicate the minimum usable volume.
We have been specializing in materials for knife handles since 1992.