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Spending so much time in Finnmark, it's appropriate to post a picture of a knife tradition from the very north of Norway: the Walrus-knife. And you guessed it – made from the tooth of a walrus. These knives was popular in the late 1800s, and though the knife maker here is unknown, the silver work was done by Severin Dalbye in Tromsø around 1900. It's even said that the great explorers Roald Amundsen and Fridtjof Nansen both carved walrus knives when out and about in their boats. Roald Amundsen, Finnmark, Tromso, Silver Work, Walrus, Norway, Spending, Appropriate, Knives
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Spending so much time in Finnmark, it's appropriate to post a picture of a knife tradition from the very north of Norway: the Walrus-knife. And you guessed it – made from the to… 
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