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Knives

  • Single-piece handle jack knife with a bay leaf-shaped blade. Typical of Sardinian tradition, it is the result of an in-depth research on Medio Campidano country knives, suitable as a kitchen knife or a skinning tool.

  • This large jack knife has a finely crafted grooved laurel leaf-shaped blade, which is designed as a hunter's tool for skinning, it has a handle with a spring, shaped sides in light mouflon horn and engraved brass guard.

  • The sophisticated and distinctive blunt-end blade of this Guspinese jack knife is made of damask carbon steel, it has a handle with a spring, grips in light ram horn, nails and a brass ring joint. Entirely handcrafted as a unique piece, it has ever-changing finishes and details.

  • The rounded laurel leaf-shaped blade of this hard wearing arburese jack knife is made of damask carbon steel, it has a handle with a spring, grips in light ram horn, nails and a brass ring joint. Entirely handcrafted as a unique piece, it has ever-changing finishes and details.

  • Stylish and functional, the Guspinese jack knife with a pointed steel blade has an ergonomic polished black buffalo horn handle and an engraved flamed steel ring joint. Entirely handcrafted, its shape is a revisitation by the knife makers and its details can be customised.

Il settore

The renewed and exclusive Sardinian knife sector has deep roots in ancient traditional knowledge. The refined work of knife-makers in characterized by an evocative style and high technical skills, typical of rural and pastoral contexts. Sardinian traditional knife, widely identified with a jack knife, sa resolza, is mostly used by men as a cutting tool for different purposes and always carried in their pockets. Such personal object, imbued with a symbolic charge, fascinates today's sector enthusiasts: it is a sought-after artefact, a collector's piece.

 

New productions are inspired by tradition but also implement innovative manufacturing processes and functions. Local knife-makers' artefacts stand out for their high technical level and compositional sensitivity. Carefully crafted with a combination of different materials, the study of shape, harmony, proportion, paying due attention to functional efficiency.

 

Artistic knives are unique pieces particularly sought-after, characterized by horn handles embellished with complex carved decorations and wrought blades, often featuring damask effects. A substantial contemporary production reinterprets traditional patterns, thoroughly following the formal canons while keeping top quality processes and materials. The renowned clasp knife of Pattada, sa resolza pattadesa, is the most popular knife in Sardinia and often identified as "the" Sardinian knife. The main feature of this handy knife, is its sophisticated handle structure and the myrtle leaf-shaped thin and pointed blade. The exclusive production of cutlery, that includes highly functional objects inspired by tradition, is connected to the production of bread, pasta and cakes, and features innovative tools used to slice and dice meat cuts, and mince spices.