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Marttiini Salmon Knife


The Kojamo Salmon Knife: Regal design meets enduring functionality.

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Product Description

Kojamo Salmon Knife: A Regal Blend of Form and Function

The Kojamo Salmon Knife, inspired by the King of Finnish fish, marries strength and beauty. Revered for centuries, the large and dignified Kojamo salmon is said to have scales that shine as bright as stars. This design knife serves as both an impressive collector’s item and a dependable tool. Crafted from stainless steel, it remains rust-free and sharp, making it suitable for regular use. The handle’s thermal treatment safeguards it against moisture. Delivered in a wooden gift box.

Tech Specs

  • Dimensions:

    • Length of Blade: 11 cm
    • Total Length: 24 cm
  • Materials:

    • Blade Material: Stainless steel 1.4034 / X46Cr13, HRC 53.5-55
    • Handle Material: Heat-treated curly birch, waxed, bronze ferrules
    • Sheath Material: Leather, black
  • Properties:

    • Sharpening Angle: 22 degrees / Scandi grind
    • Packaging: Wooden gift box
    • Curly birch is a natural material with variations in tone and pattern, making each knife unique.




Marttiini is a Finnish knife brand established in 1928 by blacksmith Janne Marttiini. He founded the knife factory in Rovaniemi, located in Finnish Lapland, to create high-quality utility articles designed for harsh conditions. Janne Marttiini believed in creating functional and beautiful knives, making them a work of art as well as a tool.

Marttiini has become known for its high-quality knives used for hunting, fishing, camping, and everyday carry. The company uses only the finest materials in its knives, including high-quality steel and handle materials such as curly birch, stag horn, and leather. Today, Marttiini knives are globally recognized for their quality and craftsmanship. The company has continued to innovate and create new designs while remaining true to its roots and the legacy of Janne Marttiini.