Our Raffir Wood is a high quality brand of stabilized wood. It is also the core product of our company, which can be used for finer things such as a knife handle material. We have more than 15 years of experience developing and producing stabilized wood and is a wonderful product to work with regarding knife material. It is a continuous cycle. Hence, we always strive to make it better, stronger and more beautiful. We create it from fine wood that we fill to the core with a specially developed resin. The final material has the fine grain patterns of the untreated wood. Meanwhile, it obtains the mechanical benefits from the strong resin. In other words, it unites the best parts from both worlds.

Raffir Fossils are real mammoth fossils from the last ice age (10,000-40,000 BP). Needless to say, this rare material is in itself very special. For that reason it also makes unique products such as knife wood materials even more special. Occasionally, tusks, molars and bones are found from these iconic mammoths. Each type is very different. Therefore we have developed a unique preservation treatment for each of them. All of the treatments stabilize the fossils with vacuum, high pressure and strong resins. The resins we use differ depending on the materials and if it will be used for a knife handle or musical instrument for example. Nonetheless, they all result in stronger knife handle materials that is useful for a wide array of luxury products. We recommend Raffir Fossils material for jewelry, a knife wood grib, inlays, accessories and other precious objects. Feel free to see our inspiration catalog for new ideas.

When you want a really nice knife blade with your really nice knife materials… Raffir Blades is our own high grade knife blade series. The blade designs all draw inspiration from our Scandinavian heritage. They are based on the principle that form follows function. Therefore, each design is developed in close cooperation with experienced makers and users such as knife-makers, hunters and professional chefs. All of their inputs are then combined into the simplest and most elegant design possible. When it comes to manufacturing we use precision CNC-milling and premium steel, such as solid stainless damascus and other high alloy steel types.