The table knife, especially if of quality, is almost always with the tip, to allow you to easily eat even the meat with the bone, but there was a time when it was forbidden bring to table the pointed knives for reasons of safety. When the knife at the table was the privilege of a few and was used on the occasion of banquets that provided for the presence of people of power, these to avoid that some of their enemy infiltrated among the participants at the banquet and could hurt them to death had thought well to prohibit the presence of sharp knives on tables because they would certainly have facilitated eventual ill-intentioned. In more recent times, the ban has lapsed, many like to use a knife with a round tip deemed more elegant for the equipment of the table. The knives you find in this section come from the nineteenth-century tradition of knives production of Scarperia.
Nomenclature: Smooth blade, Frosted blade, Laser cut blade, Full tang blade, Plastic handle, Olive handle,, Buffalo horn handle, Ox horn handle