Knife «Wolf». Collection «Balance»

The knife "Wolf" is another animalistic image in the work of Zhigzhit Bayaskhalanov. It fully reflects the style of the works of the Balance collection, made in the author's silhouette style inherent in the artist.

The pommel of the handle is made in the form of a wolf's head. Piercing gaze, tightly closed jaws, pointed ears speak of the maximum concentration of the animal, in a moment he will already be the winner in the fight. It is a smart, hardy and fearless beast, it embodies military prowess and has powerful energy. The symbolism of the wolf is interesting, for example, among the Romans, the appearance of a wolf before a battle promised good luck and a victorious outcome of the battle, which emotionally charged the warriors. Today, such a product will become a wonderful decorative element in the office, work area, create the right concentration to achieve goals and bring success in business.

The product can be made with a stand in the form of a tsuba.


- This knife isn't a cold weapon

- We provide to our customers all the necessary certificates needed for the transportation of the item in Russia and abroad


Type: fixed blade



Blade - laminated steel / Damascus / stainless damascus steel / D2.

Handle - hornbeam / buffalo horn / rosewood.

Decor elements - bronze, silvering.

Case - wood.


Manufacturing technique:

Investment casting, silvering, setting, bone processing, turning, grinding, polishing, shotting.


In addition to the product, the kit includes:

- A case made of wood with velvet filling and a lock or branded box made of thick cardboard in black corporate color also with velvet filling inside

- Branded package with the logo of the creative workshop of Zhigzhit Bayaskhalanov

- All necessary certificates are provided for the transportation of products in Russia and abroad

- Possible engraving, drawing your logo


Gift presentation:

- Each piece has a story and a mood. This makes it easy to link to these images when giving a gift.


Visit our gelleries:

- Ulan-Ude, Kommunisticheskaya street, 46, Gallery "B-Gallery"

- Chita, st. Chkalova, 120a, Zabaikalsky Regional Art Museum, 1st floor, Bayaskhalanov art gallery

- Moscow, st. Vavilova, 65a, Artist's House, Bayaskhalanov art studio&workshop