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Interested as a knives collector, for an outstanding hunting knife or for a unique gift here you will find some ideas amongst beautiful knives produced by craftsmen and artists highly recognized for the quality, style and functionality of their "jewels". To get these knives, which we consider the best handmade knives both in the traditional and modern Italian style, sometimes is a challenge but then we are able to we offer what you can admire here below.

From the Famiglia Fogarizzu (Boiteddu, Tore, GianMario), 3rd and 4th generation Knife makers in Pattada Italy since 1885, read more about.
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Knife Picture Knife Author Knife Price Euro

Folding Blade Knife cm 23 (9") "Resolza"
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Boiteddu

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Folding Blade Knife cm 23 (9") "Resolza"
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Boiteddu

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Fixed Blade Knife cm 21.5 (8.1/2") "Napol" No 009
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Tore

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Folding Blade Knife cm 17.5 (6.7/8") rear lock "Tore" No 020
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Tore

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Folding Blade Knife cm 17 (6.6/8") rear lock "Drago" No 001
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Tore

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Folding Blade Knife cm 23 (9") "Resolza"

Boiteddu

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Folding Blade Knife cm 22.5 (8.7/8") front lock "Logudoro"

Boiteddu

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We are very proud to feature the knives produced by the Fogarizzu's from Pattada in Sardinia. They have a centenary tradition in knife making, with the "resolza" type, the traditional shepherds knife that is now becoming a symbol of the tradition and beauty of the Italian island, then with the traditional and modern Italian style and artistic production. The authors are masters with the various knives' materials and with their family background in steel forging and hardening they also have a tradition in producing the damascus steel for their knives blades, bolsters, handles or any other knife part.

Don't wonder that these knifes have won international consideration in Europe, Japan and the States. Amongst other magazines and newspapers the knives authors won recognition from "The New York Times" 26 July 1998 ("Getting to the Heart of Sardinia"), all thanks their skills in knife making.

All knives come with an original certificate signed by the author. Each knife is a unique handmade piece although the more traditional types are not numbered to recognize that the "idea" pertain to the tradition.


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