Ghiandina

Ghiandina

This name is commonly used to indicate a knife, typical of the traditional production of Scarperia, whose blade has the wire straight up to the tip while the back, straight in the first part, then bends forward. The term "ghiandina" refers to the type of blade. Normally small knives, they were often reserved for children.

Nomenclature: Smooth blade, Polished blade, Frosted blade, Laser cut blade, Plastic handle, Cornotech handle, Boxwood handle, Olive handle,, Buffalo horn handle, Ox horn handle, Ebony handle, Ram handle, Simple spring, Italian style, Monolithic handle, Knife without spring

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