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  1. Conaz Consigli Scarperia - Palmerino horn cattle PA2C20 two blades - knife

    Palmerino horn cattle PA2C20 two knives - knife

    The production of Scarborough has not devoted much attention to penknives.
    It was, however, made a template from the desk, which in the past was used to make the tip of the quill pens and pencils.
    This sharpener Scarperia was always devoid of spring and could have from one to two blades; unmistakable the shape of the handle, in a single piece of horn.
    In the catalogs of the early years of the twentieth century these items were listed as "sharpeners use Palmerini" which was actually the name of a renowned manufacturer of the nineteenth century.
    Proposed model is at the tip of the horn two blades.

    Stainless steel blade 440.
    Blade length 4.6 cm.
    Blade thickness 2.5 mm.
    Overall length 15 cm.
    Weight 40 gr.

    PA2C20
    $95.60
    Out of stock
  2. Consigli Scarperia - Pattada Brotzu horn 33cm - knife

    Consigli Scarperia - Pattishall Brotzu horn 33cm - knife

    Typical folding knife Sardinian handicraft produced by the firm of Scarborough Conaz

    Blade: 420 stainless steel
    Handle: horn
    Blade length: 150mm.
    Total length: 330mm.
    Weight: 180g.

    WARNING: Since this is a natural material, the color of the horn may be different from the one in the picture.

    7165
    $96.48
    Out of stock
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