Handcrafted folding knife replica (XVIII century)

Javier Panadero Panduro





Gorgeous handcrafted replica folding knife from XVIII century. Blade acid engraved of 3mm thickness with rattle of 6 springs, ricasso covered of alpaca. Bolsters of copper and alpaca and window spring with ring adorned. Buffalo handle with alpaca and copper stripes decorated by metal file and copper pins.

This folding knife was "made" in 2002 by the craftsman Javier Panadero Panduro, who died in 2007, at the request of Amos Nunez.

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Length (cm): 30

Blade: 440 Stainless steel

Handle: Buffalo

Manufacturer: Javier Panadero Panduro


Handcrafted folding knives



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