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  1. Wander Tactical - Centuria - Serial VII - Prototype Limited Edition - Custom Knife

    Dino Picco, knife maker and lead designer of Wander Tactical, has created an entirely handmade limited edition of prototypes, in only 10 pieces all different from each other, of the new fixed blade model Centuria that smoothly blends together the typical design of the ancient Roman daggers with the iconic American combat knives of World War II.

     


    Intended Use: Collection

    Type of production: Artisan
    Country of Production: Italy
    Blade: D2 steel at 59/60HRC
    Blade Treatment: Raw
    Handle: Micarta
    Blade length: 180mm.
    Blade thickness: 5.5mm.
    Total length: 315mm.
    Balance: Advanced
    Weight: 393g.
    Sheath: in kydex, multi-position, with belt hooks and MOLLE compatible.
    Package: unpacked - supplied with certificate of originality and warranty Wander Tactical
    Notes: This knife is part of an exclusive batch of handmade prototypes produced only in 10 pieces. Each knife is serialized on the blade and is characterized by different finishes, machining, bevelling and grinding that make the 10 examples all completely different from each other.

    WT-CE-PR-VII
    €655.74
  2. Wander Tactical - Centuria - Serial IX - Prototype Limited Edition - Custom Knife

    Dino Picco, knife maker and lead designer of Wander Tactical, has created an entirely handmade limited edition of only 10 different prototypes of the new Centuria fixed blade model that smoothly blends together the typical design of ancient Roman daggers with the iconic American combat knives of World War II.

     


    Intended Use: Collection

    Type of production: Artisan
    Country of Production: Italy
    Blade: D2 steel at 59/60HRC
    Blade Treatment: Raw
    Handle: Micarta
    Blade length: 180mm.
    Blade thickness: 5.5mm.
    Total length: 315mm.
    Balance: Advanced
    Weight: 393g.
    Sheath: in kydex, multi-position, with belt hooks and MOLLE compatible.
    Package: unpacked - supplied with certificate of originality and warranty Wander Tactical
    Notes: This knife is part of an exclusive batch of handmade prototypes produced only in 10 pieces. Each knife is serialized on the blade and is characterized by different finishes, machining, bevelling and grinding that make the 10 examples all completely different from each other.

    WT-CE-PR-IX
    €737.70
  3. Hogue - EX-01 3.5" Folding Drop Point Stonewash - G-10 G-Mascus Green

    Destinazione d'uso: Tattico

    Tipo di produzione: Industriale
    Produzione Lama: USA
    Lama: in acciaio inox 154CM a 58/60HRC
    Trattamento Lama: Stonewashed
    Manicatura: G-10 lavorato a 3D con disegni G-Mascus
    Lunghezza lama: 95mm.
    Spessore lama: 3.5mm.
    Lunghezza chiuso: 114mm.
    Lunghezza totale: 201mm.
    Spessore da chiuso: 11mm
    Bilanciatura: -
    Peso: 124g
    Chiusura: Button Lock con sistema di sicurezza
    Clip: in Acciaio Inox Stonewashed
    Fodero: -
    Confezione: Scatola di cartone con loghi Hogue
    Note: Design by Allen Elishewitz

    34178
    €236.89
    Out of stock
  4. Sergio Consoli - Folder Damascus Spirograph - Timascus and bronze Handle - N ° 454 - handcrafted knives

    Intended use: Collection

    Type of production: Artisan by CIC Master Sergio Consoli
    Production Lama: Italy
    Blade: In spirograph damascus steel
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: bronze bolsters, timascus with titanium spacers
    Blade length: 95mm.
    Blade thickness: 4mm.
    Total length: 225mm.
    Weight: 243g.
    Closure: Liner Lock
    Clip: titanium
    Notes: Handmade by Master Sergio Consoli - knife number 454 made in 2018

    Acknowledgments

    Currently I make a limited number of knives a year and participate in some exhibitions, where among other things I have won my first prizes:

    in 2005 at LAME SOTTO I PORTICI in Romano di Lombardia (BG) I was awarded as "best table on display"

    always in the same year at the CULTER-EXPO in Novegro (MI) as "best folding knife"

    I was also ranked second in the competition organized by the magazine LAME D'AUTORE as the best fixed hunting blade

    then in 2007 at "Scarperia" I won the third prize for best folding

    but above all again in 2007, to my great satisfaction, I reached the degree of MASTER OF THE ITALIAN KNIVING CORPORATION, a recognition received at the first exam.

    Presentation of the craftsman

    Creating a knife by hand is what I consider a real art form.
    The satisfaction of seeing an object that comes from one's own hands, that takes shape and reaches mechanical, artistic and aesthetic perfection is what pays me back the most for all the hours of work and effort it takes to create a knife completely. by hand.

    The passion for "cutting tools" has always been in me since I was a child and grew with me until the almost sudden decision to build my first knife myself, it was a "need", almost an inner necessity that I couldn't put off, my hands and my mind had to start creating, of course, what I had always been passionate about ... the knife!

    I started at 40, in 2003, practically self-taught, I had no experience of manual work, but I had been a mechanical designer for many years and this allowed me to perfectly know the technique and all the various stages of mechanical processing.

    Currently I am a member, with the rank of Master, which is the highest, of the Italian Knives Guild, an association recognized all over the world for the seriousness and above all quality of execution that all its members must maintain over time.

    What I do now is what I consider my art form ..., to create "handcrafted, hunting and collectible knives".

    They are knives made entirely by hand, only with an infinite series of files, a small drill for the holes and a sander for the concave grinding of the blades, nothing else!
    I mainly make folding knives, which satisfy my desire to build perfect mechanical objects and perfection in the smallest details, even inside where they are not seen, is what distinguishes a knife created by hand, from one made industrially .

    The mechanics then must be made in the best possible way, without counting the hours of work, only in this way the final result is guaranteed.

    Of course, over the years I have refined my technique and currently I have improved the mechanics even more by inserting a system of ball bearings on the blade rotation, which guarantee an absolutely perfect seal and allow the blade to close and open without the slightest friction. and with an incredible sweetness.

    With regard to the blades then, I am experimenting with new types of hardening, which give hardnesses of 62-63 HRC and allow an exceptional edge hold and cutting quality for all types of use.

    I make practically all the knives on an initial design of mine, they are all unique pieces made completely by hand down to the smallest details, one at a time, only in this way, in my opinion, a knife can be considered "artisanal".

    Regarding the materials I use, I can say that for the blades I prefer RWL34 steel which is sintered from powders and guarantees the total absence of internal defects, sometimes I also use damascus, both stainless steel and carbon, for the uniqueness 'that give the knife, since each damask is always different from another.

    For the handles, one of the most beautiful materials is the mammoth tooth, which can be found in a variety of wonderful colors, I also use fossil mammoth ivory, various briars, titanium and carbon fiber.

    Most of the knives, however, are made entirely of steel, in order to then be engraved, always and strictly by hand, to transform the knife even more into a real work of art ...

    SC-454
    €1,508.20
  5. Pohl Force - MK-8 Last Blood Bowie - Rambo 5 CNC² Edition - knife

    With the Pohl Force MK-8 and MK-9 knives at its side, the legendary Rambo series (1982-2019), which like no other has made the knife the most important part of its equipment on the big screen, comes to an end.

    The Pohl Force LAST BLOOD® CNC² Edition MK-8 is a perfectly designed knife in the classic Bowie style that, despite its historical roots, presents itself as a modern, tactical tool in the unmistakable Pohl design.

    Only high quality, durable materials are used in its construction: Stainless steel 90Cr18MoV (440C) hardened to 57/58HRC gives the 20cm long, 6mm thick Bowie blade high corrosion resistance and excellent edge retention. The full tang construction culminates in a G-10 handle that finishes with a unique aesthetic element that impresses with its dramatic design.

    The black surface with three-dimensional millings on the handle contrasts colourfully with the blade in a two-tone finish. The handle and blade are visually connected by a CNC-milled guard machined from a solid block of stainless steel. It is completed by the ever-present knotted paracord camouflage lanyard that distinguishes all Pohl Force productions and corresponds exactly to the same paracord used in the filming of the movie.

    The knife comes with a top-quality leather sheath and is sold with a 3D Velcro patch and a cloth for care and cleaning.

    Intended use: Collection

    Blade: Full tang in stainless steel 90Cr18MoV (440C) at 57/58HRC
    Handle: In G-10
    Blade length: 200mm.
    Blade thickness: 6mm.
    Total length: 350mm.
    Weight: 538g.
    Scabbard: Leather
    Packaging: 3D Velcro patch - Cleaning cloth

    PF-5002
    €290.98
  6. Tommy Lee - Gentleman back lock - Ironwood - PRIVATE COLLECTION - handmade knife

    Knife withdrawn from a private collection - Very rare model made by the knifemaker Tommy Lee - Like new condition. Never regrind - Checked and certified by our in-house Coltelleria Collini laboratory.

    Intended use: collection

    Type of production: custom
    Production Lama: U.S.A.
    Blade: ATS-34 steel
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: ironwood
    Blade length: 70mm.
    Blade thickness: 3mm.
    Closed length: 103mm.
    Total length: 180mm.
    Thick when closed: 9mm
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 87g.
    Closure: Back Lock
    Clip: -
    Sheath: -
    Note: -


    Tommy Lee was a talented and respected South Carolina knife manufacturer, famous for making simple yet extremely practical and elegant knives. He was a longtime member of the famous American Knifemakers Guild. Tommy died in 2013.

    TL-SJ-CP
    €303.28
  7. Jacques Mongin - Yatagan knife in buffalo horn - PRIVATE COLLECTION - handmade knife

    Knife withdrawn from a private collection, in like new condition - Checked, certified by our in-house Coltelleria Collini laboratory

    Complete handle in buffalo horn.
    Z40Cr13 stainless steel fin blade, mirror polished finish.

    Intended use: collection

    Type of production: artisanal
    Production Lama: France
    Blade: in Z40Cr13 stainless steel
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: in buffalo horn
    Blade length: 90mm.
    Blade thickness: 3mm.
    Closed Length: -
    Total length: 210mm.
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 57g.
    Closing: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath:
    Note: -

    MJ-YA-CP
    €151.64
  8. Randall Knives - Cattleman & Yachtsman knife - micarta - PRIVATE COLLECTION - knife

    Knife withdrawn from a private collection, in like new condition, model dating back to 2001 with Micarta Black handle - Checked, certified by our internal laboratory Coltelleria Collini

    Intended use: collection

    Type of production: artisanal
    Production Lama: america
    Blade: O1 in carbon steel
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: in Black micarta
    Blade length: 63mm.
    Blade thickness: 3mm.
    Closed Length: -
    Total length: 185mm.
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 100g.
    Closing: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: Leather
    Note: -

    RK-011-CP
    €450.82
  9. Fox - Gentleman 1494 Kaleidoscope knife Santa Fe Stoneworks - vintage collection knife

    Intended use: collection

    Blade: 440A stainless steel
    Lama Italia production
    Handle: in mana-worked wood by Santa Fè Stoneworks
    Blade length: 60mm.
    Blade thickness: 3mm.
    Closed length: 120mm.
    Total length: 170mm.
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 83g.
    Closure: Blade Lock
    Clip:
    Sheath:
    Notes: knife produced around 1998 by Fox in collaboration with Santa Fè Stoneworks

    FO-F-C-KA
    €180.33
  10. Fox - Gentleman 1494 knife Santa Fe Stoneworks - vintage collection knife

    Intended use: collection

    Blade: 440A stainless steel
    Blade production: Italy
    Handle: in turquoise, mother of pearl and wood made by Santa Fè Stoneworks
    Blade length: 60mm.
    Blade thickness: 3mm.
    Closed length: 120mm.
    Total length: 170mm.
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 91g.
    Closure: Blade Lock
    Clip:
    Sheath:
    Notes: knife produced around 2005 by Fox in collaboration with Santa Fè Stoneworks

    FO-F-C-MP
    €196.72
  11. Boker - Magnum Collection 2021 - Limited Edition - 02MAG2021 - fixed knife

    Intended Use: Collection / Utility

    Production type: Industrial
    Country of Production: Taiwan
    Blade: ful tang in D2 steel
    Blade finish: Satin finish
    Handle: Micarta
    Blade length: 134mm.
    Blade thickness: 5mm.
    Total length: 252mm.
    Weight: 233g.
    Sheath: Black leather
    Package: gift box with certificate of guarantee and microfiber cleaning cloth.
    Notes: Limited and numbered edition of 1999 pieces - Design by Jesper Voxnaes (Vox)

    BO-02MAG2021
    €114.75
  12. Opinel - N°12 Limited Edition by Bruno Chaperon - Knife

    Inlay by cabinetmaker Bruno Chaperon transforms the classic N°12: the fusion of four different woods playing on contrasts makes it a unique object.

    The handle is made in our workshops according to the inlay process developed by the artist Bruno Chaperon. The assembly of four different species of wood makes each handle unique: ebony, rosewood, violet wood, bocote, cocobolo, rosewood, zebrali, boxwood, amaranth.... Exceptional woods with contrasting shades, for an original result, out of the ordinary. The grain of the wood changes according to the creativity of the craftsman who created the knife. Each handle is therefore different from the other and varies in patterns and contrasts, making it a truly unique knife.

    Equipped with a stainless steel blade Sandvik 12C27M 12cm mirror polished and a very durable handle, it is practical and compact. The Virobloc system allows the user to move and work safely.


    From the famous French company Opinel, a folding knife that has become a timeless classic.
    Sandvik stainless steel blade (carbon content 0.4%).
    Wooden handle - each knife has a different design and different woods, the picture is purely indicative purpose.
    Blade lock with exclusive Virobloc system in closing and opening.

    N.12
    - blade 12cm, total length 28cm
    - weight: 112 gr.

    op-12chap
    €86.07
  13. Fox - Yaru by Vox - S90V PVD Stonewashed - FX-527TIPVD - knife

    Intended Use: Sporting / Collection

    Production type: Industrial
    Country of Production: Italy
    Blade: Stainless steel CPM-S90V 59/61HRC
    Blade Treatment: PVD Stonewashed
    Handle: Titanium PVD Stonewashed and screws in titanium anodized bronze
    Blade length: 70mm.
    Blade thickness: 4mm.
    Length closed: 105m.
    Total length: 175mm.
    Thickness when closed: 16mm
    Weight: 105g.
    Closure: Frame Lock with stainless steel knocker
    Clip: Bronze anodized Titanium, billet machined
    Scabbard: Zip pouch
    Package: Cardboard box with Fox Knives logos
    Notes: Opening by Carson Flipper system - Movement on ball bearings - Design by Jesper Voxnaes

    FX-527TIPVD
    €241.80
  14. Fox - Yaru by Vox - S90V Blue Titanium - FX-527TI - knife

    Intended Use: Sporting / Collection

    Production type: Industrial
    Country of Production: Italy
    Blade: Stainless steel CPM-S90V 59/61HRC
    Blade Treatment: Acid Stonewashed
    Handle and Hardware: Titanium anodized HDL
    Blade length: 70mm.
    Blade thickness: 4mm.
    Length closed: 105m.
    Total length: 175mm.
    Thickness when closed: 16mm
    Weight: 105g.
    Closure: Frame Lock with stainless steel hinge
    Clip: HDL anodized Titanium, billet machined
    Scabbard: Zip pouch
    Package: Cardboard box with Fox Knives logos
    Notes: Opening by Carson Flipper system - Movement on ball bearings - Design by Jesper Voxnaes

    FX-527TI
    €228.69
  15. Sandrin knives - TCK 2.0 Slipjoint knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - DLC black coating - knife

    With the Sandrin knives brand, Turmond manufactures the blades of its knives using tungsten carbide which, through a sophisticated manufacturing process, reach the extraordinary hardness of 71 HRC, while at the same time maintaining a high torsion capacity and resilience.

    Sharper, thinner and harder than any blade ever made, TCK is an ultra-thin and easily portable folder.

    This elegant knife made with a patented tungsten carbide blade with Sandrin's patented StaySharp Technology ™ keeps a clean and sharp edge for longer than traditional steel blades. Slim and elegant, the Lanzo slips gracefully into your pocket until you need it.

    Intended use: Sports / Collection

    Total length: 198mm
    Blade length: 80mm
    Blade thickness: 0.91mm
    Blade material: hardness 71 HRC polyhedral tungsten carbide
    Finish: mirror polished / DLC coating
    Handle length: 80mm
    Handle thickness: 6 mm
    Handle material: stainless steel
    Color: Black PVD Coating
    Weight: 60 grams
    Pocket clip: removable - reversible
    Pocket Clip Detail: Black PVD Stainless Steel Coating
    Lock type: Slipjoint
    Country of production: Italy

    TCK2.0
    €204.92
  16. Sandrin knives - Lanzo SK-2 knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - DLC black coating - knife

    With the Sandrin knives brand, Turmond manufactures the blades of its knives using tungsten carbide which, through a sophisticated manufacturing process, reach the extraordinary hardness of 71 HRC, while maintaining at the same time a high torsion capacity and resilience.

    The Lanzo, with its wave-shaped blade, is designed for cutting and slicing when you are not looking for a tipless knife. It takes its name from the winding "road" located at the foot of Piedmont, Italy, where Sandrin knives are born and made.
    This sleek design made from patented tungsten carbide with Sandrin's patented StaySharp Technology ™ keeps a clean, sharp edge longer than traditional steel blades. Slim and elegant, the Lanzo slips gracefully into your pocket until you need it.
    Intended use: Sports / Collection

    Total length: 180 mm
    Blade length: 79 mm
    Blade thickness: 0.0889 mm
    Blade material: hardness 71 HRC polyhedral tungsten carbide
    Finish: mirror polished / DLC coating
    Handle length: 98 mm
    Handle thickness: 10.5 mm
    Handle material: stainless steel
    Color: Black PVD Coating
    Weight: 74 grams
    Pocket clip: removable - reversible
    Pocket Clip Detail: Black PVD Stainless Steel Coating
    Lock type: Slip joint
    Country of production: Italy

    SK-2
    €233.61
    Rating:
    100%
    5
  17. E.G. Custom - Hunting knife - horn and briar handle - entirely handmade

    handcrafted knife entirely handmade with grinding wheel and file. The blade is made of ledeburitic steel with 2.3% carbon obtained by powder metallurgy and reaches a hardness of 64 HRC. Perfect for hunting and outdoor use.

    Intended use: collection / hunting

    Type of production: custom
    Production Lama: USA
    Blade: 64HRC powder steel
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: in deer horn and tuya burl with brass guard
    Blade length: 100mm.
    Blade thickness: 5mm.
    Total length: 240mm.
    Weight: 172g.
    Sheath: in brown leather sewn and handmade
    Notes: knife made in Italy in the late 90s - certificate of the craftsman

    CUS-1
    €311.47
  18. Fox - Baby Core by Vox - Black - SanMai SPG2 Special Edition - CO-608B - knife

    With this exclusive edition of Coltelleria Collini in collaboration with Fox we have chosen to combine the pocket knife Baby Core by Vox with a Japanese powder steel (sintered) and rolled steel (SanMai) by Takefu Steel.

    For this project we have chosen to use the Super Gold2 (SPG2) steel at 62/63HRC for the cutting edge of the blade in order to ensure exceptional cutting performance and durability of the sharpening, while ensuring a remarkable resilience and resistance to oxidation given by the lamination process of the blade.

     

    Intended Use: Sporting / Collection

    Production type: Industrial
    Country of Production: Italy
    Blade: Rolled Japanese stainless steel (San Mai) with sintered cutting edge in SPG2 at 62/63HRC
    Blade Finish: Satin
    Handle: FRN (Fiberglass Reinforced Nylon) with stainless steel liners
    Blade length: 65mm.
    Blade thickness: 3mm.
    Length closed: 85m.
    Total length: 144mm.
    Thickness when closed: 14mm
    Weight: 79g.
    Closure: Liner Lock in AISI 420 stainless steel
    Clip: flush, AISI 302 stainless steel, removable and reversible
    Packaging: Cardboard box with Fox Knives logos
    Notes: Design by Jesper Voxnaes - Opening movement on ball bearings - Carson Flipper opening system - Exclusive version by Coltelleria Collini, Sprint Run, with Japanese Takefu Steel SPG2 Rolled Stainless Steel.

     

    The rolled steel - imported in Italy by Collini Steel directly from the Japanese Takefu Steel - is based on the ancient Japanese tradition in the creation of the famous Samurai swords. As early as 1100, expert Japanese blacksmiths combined different materials to give Katana swords incredible cutting capabilities combined with previously unknown strength and flexibility. It is thanks to this revolutionary construction technique that the Samurai swords have been preserved until our days becoming one of the most fascinating objects made by man. Following this tradition applied to modern metallurgy, we are now able to have technologically advanced steels already tested and used in cutlery by famous brands such as Fallkniven, Cold Steel, Mcusta, Kai, Sog, Zwilling, Rockstead, etc.

     

    - Longer cutting edge life
    thanks to the use of high quality steels with high carbon content (VG10, CoS, Shiro) or sintered (SPG2), in the core steel, the blade, once hardened, reaches hardness and cutting performances definitely higher than those reached with the use of traditional steels.

    - Greater resilience
    Built on the principle of Japanese swords, the multilayer steel is difficult to break thanks to the toughness of the central steel (Core Steel) and the elasticity of the steel used for the lateral coating (Stainless Steel).

    - Improved corrosion resistance
    The steel used for the outer layers (Stainless Steel) gives the blade a high resistance to corrosion. The combination of the two or more materials used by Takefu Steel generates, at a galvanic level, a structure that improves corrosion resistance even on the edge.

    - Easy machining even after heat treatment
    Although steel normally becomes harder after hardening, the lateral steel used in multilayer machining does not lose its softness and allows easy machining, drilling or welding even after heat treatment. For optimum blade performance, cryogenic treatment is recommended.

    - Improved aesthetic performance
    Knives made of multi-state steel or damask pattern at the end of the processing are aesthetically elegant, refined and highly appreciated by collectors all over the world.

    FX-CO608B
    €98.36
  19. Maserin - Solar - Titanium Flipper by Sergio Consoli - 405 - knife

    Intended use: Collection / Sporting

    Production type: industrial
    Country of production: Italy
    Blade: steel D2 58/61HRC
    Blade finishing: satin finish
    Handle: titanium, with anodized titanium spacers and screws
    Blade length: 105mm.
    Blade thickness: 3.5mm.
    Length closed: 135mm.
    Total length: 235mm.
    Thickness when closed: 9mm.
    Weight: 130g.
    Closure: Frame Lock with removable stainless steel clapper.
    Clip: Anodized titanium, billet machined
    Notes: Opening by Carson flipper system - Opening movement on ball bearings - Design by Sergio Consoli

    M-405
    €200.82
    Rating:
    93%
    4.7
  20. Carl Schlieper - Folder Classic knife - micarta - vintage 90s - knife

    Carl Schlieper Stahlwarenfabrik & Export was originally a trading company founded between 1754 and 1798 in Remscheid in Germany. Products included knives, tools and freehand razors. A branch of the company in Solingen was engaged in the production of knives including slipjoint, automatic knives, daggers, machetes, bowie, razors and kitchen knives. Over the years, various brands and 22 patents held by the company have been created and thousands of pieces sold worldwide. Carl Schlieper was liquidated for bankruptcy in 1993. The production of the brand was subsequently acquired by Freidrich Olbertz in Solingen.

    Traditional pocket knife with micarta handle - knife made in Germany in the 90s.

    Intended use: Collection

    Blade: stainless steel
    Production Lama Germany
    Handle: nickel silver and micarta
    Primary blade length: 70mm.
    Total length: 173mm.
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 107gr.
    Closure: Back Lock
    Clip:
    Sheath: -
    Note: -

    CS-FO-GMI
    €77.87
  21. Carl Schlieper - Poket knife - micarta - vintage 90s - knife

    Carl Schlieper Stahlwarenfabrik & Export was originally a trading company founded between 1754 and 1798 in Remscheid in Germany. Products included knives, tools and freehand razors. A branch of the company in Solingen was engaged in the production of knives including slipjoint, automatic knives, daggers, machetes, bowie, razors and kitchen knives. Over the years various brands and 22 patents held by the company have been created and thousands of pieces sold worldwide. Carl Schlieper was liquidated for bankruptcy in 1993. The production of the brand was subsequently acquired by Freidrich Olbertz in Solingen.

    Traditional pocket knife with micarta handle - knife made in Germany in the 90s.

    Intended use: Collection

    Blade: stainless steel
    Production Lama Germany
    Handle: nickel silver and micarta
    Primary blade length: 60mm.
    Total length: 155mm.
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 81gr.
    Closure: Back Lock
    Clip:
    Sheath: -
    Note: -

    CS-FO-MI
    €69.67
  22. Carl Schlieper - Poket knife - wood - vintage 90s - knife

    Carl Schlieper Stahlwarenfabrik & Export was originally a trading company founded between 1754 and 1798 in Remscheid in Germany. Products included knives, tools and freehand razors. A branch of the company in Solingen was engaged in the production of knives including slipjoint, automatic knives, daggers, machetes, bowie, razors and kitchen knives. Over the years various brands and 22 patents held by the company have been created and thousands of pieces sold worldwide. Carl Schlieper was liquidated for bankruptcy in 1993. The production of the brand was subsequently acquired by Freidrich Olbertz in Solingen.

    Traditional pocket knife with wooden handle - knife made in Germany in the 1990s.

    Intended use: Collection

    Blade: stainless steel
    Production Lama Germany
    Handle: nickel silver and wood
    Primary blade length: 60mm.
    Total length: 155mm.
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 82gr.
    Closure: Back Lock
    Clip:
    Sheath: -
    Note: -

    CS-FO-LE
    €69.67
  23. Carl Schlieper - Rare Gentleman folder knife in steel and mother of pearl - vintage from the 1980s - knife

    Carl Schlieper Stahlwarenfabrik & Export was originally a trading company founded between 1754 and 1798 in Remscheid in Germany. Products included knives, tools and freehand razors. A branch of the company in Solingen was engaged in the production of knives including slipjoint, automatic knives, daggers, machetes, bowie, razors and kitchen knives. Over the years various brands and 22 patents held by the company have been created and thousands of pieces sold worldwide. Carl Schlieper was liquidated for bankruptcy in 1993. The production of the brand was subsequently acquired by Freidrich Olbertz in Solingen.

    Elegant gentleman in steel with mother-of-pearl inserts - knife made in Germany in the 1980s.

    Intended use: Collection

    Blade: stainless steel
    Production Lama Germany
    Handle: steel and mother of pearl
    Primary blade length: 70mm.
    Total length: 175mm.
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 115.
    Closure: Back Lock
    Clip:
    Sheath: -
    Notes: elegant short knife box

    CS-GENT-MP
    €122.95
  24. Indiana - Set 3 pieces miniature knives - Survival Tanto series - collection knife

    Faithful miniature reproduction of survival knives produced in Italy around the 90s

    Intended use: Collection / Keychain

    Type of production: semi-artisanal
    Blade: 420 stainless steel
    Production Lama: Italy
    Handle: brass with unscrewable rear cap
    Sheath: vinyl cordura sheath
    Big Knife
    Blade length: 75mm.
    Blade thickness: 2mm.
    Total length: 130mm.
    Weight: 36g.

    Medium Knife
    Blade length: 60mm.
    Blade thickness: 2mm.
    Total length: 90mm.
    Weight: 15g.

    Small Knife
    Blade length: 30mm.
    Blade thickness: 2mm.
    Total length: 50mm.
    Weight: 3g.

    IN-SET1
    €77.87
    Rating:
    100%
    5
  25. Indiana - Miniature knife - Bowie Sitting Bull Black - Blade 5.5 cm - collection knife

    Intended use: Collection / Keychain

    Type of production: semi-artisanal
    Blade: 420 stainless steel
    Production Lama: Italy
    Handle: brass with unscrewable rear cap
    Blade length: 60mm.
    Blade thickness: 2mm.
    Total length: 94mm.
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 14g.
    Sheath: vinyl sheath
    Notes: engraved blade

    IN-MIN-B-TSB
    €23.77
  26. Indiana - Miniature knife - Bowie Bison - Blade 5.5 cm - collection knife

    Intended use: Collection / Keychain

    Type of production: semi-artisanal
    Blade: 420 stainless steel
    Production Lama: Italy
    Handle: brass with unscrewable rear cap
    Blade length: 60mm.
    Blade thickness: 2mm.
    Total length: 94mm.
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 14g.
    Sheath: vinyl sheath
    Notes: engraved blade

    IN-MIN-B-BI
    €23.77
  27. Indiana - Miniature knife - Bowie Survival - Blade 5.5 cm - collection knife

    Intended use: Collection / Keychain

    Type of production: semi-artisanal
    Blade: 420 stainless steel
    Production Lama: Italy
    Handle: brass with unscrewable rear cap
    Blade length: 60mm.
    Blade thickness: 2mm.
    Total length: 94mm.
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 14g.
    Sheath: vinyl sheath
    Notes: engraved blade

    IN-MIN-B-S
    €23.77
  28. Indiana - Miniature knife - Sitting Bull Bowie - Blade 5.5 cm - collection knife

    Intended use: Collection / Keychain

    Type of production: semi-artisanal
    Blade: 420 stainless steel
    Production Lama: Italy
    Handle: brass with unscrewable rear cap
    Blade length: 60mm.
    Blade thickness: 2mm.
    Total length: 94mm.
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 14g.
    Sheath: vinyl sheath
    Notes: engraved blade

    IN-MIN-B-TS
    €23.77
  29. Benchmade - Bugout 535-3 - S90V Carbon Fiber Axis Lock - FIRST PRODUCTION RUN - Knife

    Intended Use: Sporty / EDC

    Production Type: Industrial
    Country of Production: USA
    Blade: Stainless steel CPM-S90V 59/61HRC
    Blade Finish: Satin finish
    Handle: Carbon fiber with anodized aluminum spacer
    Blade Length: 82mm.
    Blade thickness: 2.3mm.
    Length closed: 107mm.
    Total length: 189mm.
    Thickness when closed: 10.5mm
    Weight: 57g.
    Closure: AxisLock
    Clip: Removable and reversible, PVD stainless steel, Deep Carry type.
    Package: Cardboard box with Benchmade logos
    Notes: FIRST PRODUCTION RUN edition

    BM-535-3
    €269.67
    Rating:
    100%
    5
  30. No brand - Pocket tactical knife vintage - knives

    tactical knife made in Taiwan around the early 90's - One-handed ambidextrous opening and back lock blade. Complete with cordura sheath

    Type of production: Industrial
    Production Lama: Taiwan
    Blade: 440 steel
    Blade treatment: satin blade
    Handle: kraton
    Blade length: 75mm.
    Blade thickness: 4mm.
    Total length: 195mm.
    Weight: 142g.
    Sheath: in cordura
    Note: -

    NB-1260
    €57.38
  31. Fox - Forest outdoor knife 576 in green rubber - 9cm - with Nitecore MT06MD torch - knife

    outdoor knife produced by Fox between the late nineties and 2008 - Sturdy and comfortable knife for camping, hiking. Complete with Nitecore MT06MD led flashlight case

    Intended use: Sports

    Blade: 440A stainless steel
    Lama Italia production
    Handle: rubber
    Blade length: 90mm.
    Blade thickness: 3mm.
    Closed length: 120mm.
    Total length: 215mm.
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 193g.
    Closure: Back Lock
    Clip:
    Sheath: Cordura sheath with double pocket
    Notes: complete with led flashlight

    NITECORE MT06MD

    LED: 1x Nichia 219B CRI LED - with a life cycle of 50,000 hours
    Operating Modes: 2, electronically regulated
    Powers and Durations: 180 Lumens (45min.) -> 45 Lumens (5.15h.) -> 4 Lumens (35h.)
    Peak power: 860 candles
    Maximum illumination distance: 58m.
    Ignition method: Rear button - Always turns on at minimum power
    Light selection method: Rear button
    Head: aeronautical aluminum
    Body: aircraft aluminum
    Finish: anodized, Type III
    Lens: ultra clear hardened glass with anti-reflective treatment and patented PDOT system
    Batteries: Works with 2 x 1.2 / 1.5V AAA disposable or rechargeable batteries (sold separately)
    Measurements: 12.8cm (L) - 0.55cm (D stem) - 1.4cm (D head)
    Weight: 22g. batteries excluded
    Accessories: clips, spare o-rings
    Water resistance: as per IPX-8 standard - submersible up to 2m. of depth for 30min.
    Impact resistance: withstands drops from 1.5m in height

    FX-576-MT06
    €102.46
    Rating:
    100%
    5
  32. Fox - Forest outdoor knife 576 in green rubber - 9cm - sheath and camping kit - knife

    outdoor knife produced by Fox between the late nineties and 2008 - Sturdy and comfortable knife for camping, hiking. Complete with sheath and lockable camping cutlery set (fork, spoon, knife)

    Intended use: Sports

    Blade: 440A stainless steel
    Lama Italia production
    Handle: rubber
    Blade length: 90mm.
    Blade thickness: 3mm.
    Closed length: 120mm.
    Total length: 215mm.
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 193g.
    Closure: Back Lock
    Clip:
    Sheath: Cordura sheath with double pocket
    Notes: complete with camping cutlery set

    FX-576-KIT
    €94.26
    Rating:
    100%
    5
  33. No brand - Scout knife vintage - knives

    Type of production: Industrial
    Production Lama: Italy
    Blade: 440A steel
    Blade treatment: polished blade
    Handle: plastic material
    Blade length: 120mm.
    Blade thickness: 2.5mm.
    Total length: 240mm.
    Weight: 84g.
    Sheath: in leather
    Note: -

    NB-SCOUT
    €15.57
  34. Laguiole en Aubrac - Set with acacia cutting board with cheese cutting thread and classical cheese knife

    Laguiole en Aubrac - Set with acacia cutting board with cheese cutting thread and classical cheese knife

    LAGUIOLE EN AUBRAC is one of the five blacksmiths that still forge knives around the village of Laguiole in southern France according to a centuries-old tradition and turn them into real gems of craftsmanship. Each piece is unique and from wood to mammoth ivory there is hardly any limit to the exclusivity of the materials. Laguiole en Aubrac - acacia board with cheese cutting wire and cheese knife A set of the extra class for every cheese connoisseur and lover of a well-tended cheese platter.

    The simple rectangular acacia wood board has a groove and a cutting wire with a stainless steel bracket.

    The set also includes the cheese knife with a classic shape, ornament and bee. High-gloss polished stainless steel jaws. This cheese knife is also available in buffalo horn and different types of wood. Suitable for all Laguiole en Aubrac cutlery. The set is delivered in a elegant paper box.

    Manufacturer: Laguiole en Aubrac

    Handcrafted French Classical cheese knife - 24.5 cm

    Blade 12,5 cm

    12C27 stainless steel Corn handle.

    SETFRGM
    €98.36
  35. Laguiole En Aubrac - Sauveterre knife in buffalo horn - handmade knife

    French regional knife handcrafted in the city of Sauveterre

    Blade: Swedish 12C27 to 54HRC stainless steel.
    Handle: horn
    Blade length: 90 mm.
    Blade thickness: 3 mm.
    Total length: 200 mm.
    Weight: 90 g.
    Folders: Stainless Steel
    Heads: Stainless steel
    Closure: Stainless steel retention spring
    Clip: Absent
    Sheath: Absent

    SA509BUI
    €106.56
  36. Laguiole En Aubrac - Oyster Opener Knife with oyster shell handle - Gift box

    Laguiole En Aubrac - Oyster Opener Knife with oyster shell handle - Gift box

    Ref.C2I99CQHI - Oyster knife with oyster shell handle

    Presitigioso Open Oysters Laguiole En Aublrac.

    Handcrafted realization

    Blade: 12C27 Stainless Steel Handle: in oyster shell.

    Blade length: 60 mm.

    Blade thickness: 3 mm.

    Total length: 180 mm.

    Packaged in an elegant wooden box.

    8169A
    €98.36
  37. Laguiole En Aubrac - Oyster Opener Knife with mussel shell handle - Gift box

    Laguiole En Aubrac - Oyster Opener Knife with mussel shell handle - Gift box

    Ref.C2I99CQMIH - Oyster knife with mussel shell handle Presitigioso Open Oysters Laguiole En Aublrac.

    Handcrafted realization

    Blade: 12C27

    Stainless Steel Handle: in shell of mussels.

    Blade length: 60 mm.

    Blade thickness: 3 mm. T

    otal length: 180 mm.

    Packaged in an elegant wooden box.

    8169C
    €98.36
  38. Howard Hitchmough - Dagger Damascus Custom knife - Ironwood - PRIVATE COLLECTION - custom knife

    Knife withdrawn from a private collection - Very rare model made by knifemaker Howard Hitchmough in 2005 - Like new condition. Never regrind - Checked and certified by our in-house Coltelleria Collini laboratory.

    Intended use: collection

    Type of production: custom
    Production Lama: U.S.A.
    Blade: Handmade damask
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: ironwood
    Blade length: 75mm.
    Blade thickness: 3mm.
    Closed length: 110mm.
    Total length: 188mm.
    Thick when closed: 9mm
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 92g.
    Closure: Liner Lock
    Clip: -
    Sheath: -
    Note: -


    Howard Hitchmough was born and raised in London, where he began working in 1958 as a manufacturer of surgical instruments and during the early 1960s to produce hunting knives. In those years Howard, fascinated by the locking mechanisms, began to build folding knives. In 1982, he began attending knife shows in the United States and shortly thereafter, in 1985 he became a full time knife manufacturer. In 1997, Howard moved from England to New Hampshire where he built a high-end laboratory. Hitchmough is today a highly rated Knifemaker for the high level of his production and for the continuous ability to study and evolve his creations for quality and precision.

    AP-HITCH-CP
    €1,024.59
  39. Fox - Radius Carbon Fiber & Copper - Special Edition in SanMai SPG2 - CO-550CF - knife

    With this exclusive edition of Coltelleria Collini in collaboration with Fox, it was decided to combine an innovative and award-winning model such as the Radius by Denis Simonutti, a Japanese steel from powders (sintered) and laminated (SanMai) by Takefu Steel.

    For this project we have chosen to use Super Gold2 (SPG2) steel at 62 / 63HRC for the cutting edge of the blade in order to guarantee exceptional cutting performance and duration of sharpening, while ensuring at the same time a remarkable resilience and resistance to oxidation. given by the blade lamination process.

     

    Intended use: Sports / Collection

    Type of production: Industrial
    Country of production: Italy
    Blade: Japanese laminated stainless steel (San Mai) with sintered cutting edge in SPG2 at 62 / 63HRC
    Blade treatment: Satin finish with mirror polished counter edge
    Handle: Carbon fiber with HDL copper "Snake Skin" inserts
    Blade length: 75mm.
    Blade thickness: 4mm.
    Closed length: 110mm.
    Total length: 185mm.
    Weight: 115g.
    Closure: Fingers Safe Opening System
    Clip: Titanium, billet, with Black PVD finish
    Packaging: cardboard box, drawer, with Fox Knives logos - Leather sheath, hydroformed, for belt
    Notes: Design by Denis Simonutti - Winner of the Blade Show 2019 in Atlanta as "Knife of the year" and "Imported knife of the year"

     

    The rolled steel - imported into Italy by Collini Steel directly from the Japanese Takefu Steel - is based on the ancient Japanese tradition in the creation of the famous Samurai swords. In fact, as early as 1100 the expert Japanese blacksmiths combined different materials together to give the Katana swords incredible cutting capabilities combined with a resistance and flexibility previously unknown. It is thanks to this revolutionary construction technique that Samurai swords have been preserved to this day, becoming one of the most fascinating objects made by man. Following this tradition applied to modern metallurgy, today we are able to have technologically advanced steels already tested and used in cutlery also by famous brands such as Fallkniven, Cold Steel, Mcusta, Kai, Sog, Zwilling, Rockstead, etc.

     

    - Longer tool life
    thanks to the use of very high quality steels with high carbon content (VG10, CoS, Shiro) or sintered (SPG2), in the heart of the sheet (Core Steel), the blade, once hardened, achieves decidedly hardness and cutting performance higher than those achieved with the use of traditional steels.

    - Greater resilience
    built with the Japanese sword principle, multilayer steel is difficult to break thanks to the toughness of the central steel (Core Steel) and the elasticity of the steel used for the side facing (Stainless Steel).

    - Better corrosion resistance
    the steel used for the external layers (Stainless Steel) guarantees the blade a high resistance to corrosion. The combination of the two or more materials used by Takefu Steel generates, on a galvanic level, a structure that improves corrosion resistance even on the wire.

    - Easy processing even after heat treatment
    although steel normally becomes harder after quenching, the lateral steel used in multilayer processing does not lose its softness and allows easy processing, drilling or welding even after heat treatment. For an optimal performance of the blade, cryogenic treatment is recommended.

    - Improvement of the aesthetic result
    The knives made with multi-state steel or damascus pattern at the end of the processing are aesthetically elegant, refined and highly appreciated by collectors all over the world.

    CO-550CF
    €336.07
  40. Fox - Radius Titanium Black PVD - Special Edition in SanMai SPG2 - CO-550TiB - knife

    With this exclusive edition of Coltelleria Collini in collaboration with Fox, it was decided to combine an innovative and award-winning model such as the Radius by Denis Simonutti, a Japanese steel from powders (sintered) and laminated (SanMai) by Takefu Steel.

    For this project we have chosen to use Super Gold2 (SPG2) steel at 62 / 63HRC for the cutting edge of the blade in order to guarantee exceptional cutting performance and duration of sharpening, while ensuring at the same time a remarkable resilience and resistance to oxidation. given by the blade lamination process.

     

    Intended use: Sports / Collection

    Type of production: Industrial
    Country of production: Italy
    Blade: Japanese laminated stainless steel (San Mai) with sintered cutting edge in SPG2 at 62 / 63HRC
    Blade treatment: Satin finish with mirror polished counter edge
    Handle: Titanium with Black PVD finish
    Blade length: 75mm.
    Blade thickness: 4mm.
    Closed length: 110mm.
    Total length: 185mm.
    Weight: 140g.
    Closure: Fingers Safe Opening System
    Clip: Titanium, billet, with Black PVD finish
    Packaging: cardboard box, drawer, with Fox Knives logos - Leather sheath, hydroformed, for belt
    Notes: Design by Denis Simonutti - Winner of the Blade Show 2019 in Atlanta as "Knife of the year" and "Imported knife of the year"

     

    The rolled steel - imported into Italy by Collini Steel directly from the Japanese Takefu Steel - is based on the ancient Japanese tradition in the creation of the famous Samurai swords. In fact, as early as 1100 the expert Japanese blacksmiths combined different materials together to give the Katana swords incredible cutting capabilities combined with a resistance and flexibility previously unknown. It is thanks to this revolutionary construction technique that Samurai swords have been preserved to this day, becoming one of the most fascinating objects made by man. Following this tradition applied to modern metallurgy, today we are able to have technologically advanced steels already tested and used in cutlery also by famous brands such as Fallkniven, Cold Steel, Mcusta, Kai, Sog, Zwilling, Rockstead, etc.

     

    - Longer tool life
    thanks to the use of very high quality steels with high carbon content (VG10, CoS, Shiro) or sintered (SPG2), in the heart of the sheet (Core Steel), the blade, once hardened, achieves decidedly hardness and cutting performance higher than those achieved with the use of traditional steels.

    - Greater resilience
    built with the Japanese sword principle, multilayer steel is difficult to break thanks to the toughness of the central steel (Core Steel) and the elasticity of the steel used for the side facing (Stainless Steel).

    - Better corrosion resistance
    the steel used for the external layers (Stainless Steel) guarantees the blade a high resistance to corrosion. The combination of the two or more materials used by Takefu Steel generates, on a galvanic level, a structure that improves corrosion resistance even on the wire.

    - Easy processing even after heat treatment
    although steel normally becomes harder after quenching, the lateral steel used in multilayer processing does not lose its softness and allows easy processing, drilling or welding even after heat treatment. For an optimal performance of the blade, cryogenic treatment is recommended.

    - Improvement of the aesthetic result
    The knives made with multi-state steel or damascus pattern at the end of the processing are aesthetically elegant, refined and highly appreciated by collectors all over the world.

    CO-550TiB
    €364.75