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Good day guys and blade lovers!
How you doing? I hope this little post finds you well and everything is good. Tomorrow it’s a big national holiday on Spain but I am not pretty sure about other countries, anyway, have a really good day.
This post is just to introduce you two of my newest folding knives:
The first one is a sailing/rigging folding knife made on a beautiful walnut wood handle, it’s the first time I make a sailing folding knife and I shouldn’t say it since it’s one my creations but I think it looks good so far.
The second one is a vendetta corso folding knife with a tanto point and ram horn handle (in fact it’s mouflon but not everyone knows it), I don’t know why but most of my customer wants them. As a customer recently said me “it has the vibe since it’s not a common thing”.
Also, let me use this post to thanks everyone for being so supportive, bear with me guys, I would be nothing without you.
Here are some quick links to both of them:
SAILING FOLDING KNIFE:
NAVAJA CORSA TANTO POINT:
I hope you like both!
P.S: For those who are interesting on knowing more about the Spanish folding knives typology and where it comes from (spoiler alert, XV century) I made a blog area on my website where I will be posting folding knives stories and typologies. I would love you to join in and discuss about everything you find interesting or even proposing me new topics for future updates!
I have attached the portrait image of my first post, and here’s how to access it: