Some knives of Italy(not stilettos)

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Some knives of Italy(not stilettos)

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A few of my knives made in Italy. Many are cork handled fishing knives;both folding & fixed blades. One operates like a Barry Wood folder but likely was made before his.
Makers include: Latama, Lunawerk, Cressi, Teja & Rosa , Tonerini, & Hoffritz.
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Re: Some knives of Italy(not stilettos)

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Very nice showing, K7K.
I'm partial to the simple white spear-point single blade with the bail, I'm afraid for myself the others are just too "busy".
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Just a little late.....
This is posted in the wrong place. You posted them here:
"Other foreign made knives
A place to discuss & share pictures of knives from areas of the
world other than the United States, Europe, China & Japan."

Probably more appropriate here:
"European-made knives
A place to discuss & share pictures of knives made in Europe.
Subforums: German Eye, Henckels, Hubertus"

But, I could be wrong.
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