This Pattada constitutes the now historical interpretation of the Sardinian knife made by Consiglio. The handle formed by two halves fixed with a row of rivets and the absence of a real spring are typical of the original model, but the line, the shape of the surfaces, the use of bovine horn are influenced by the Scarperian tradition. Consigli has long linked its business to supplies for Sardinia, so much so that their Pattada have now become "Sardinian by adoption".
Lama production: Italy
Blade: X50CrMoV15 stainless steel
Blade treatment: -
Handle: ox horn
Blade length: 70mm.
Blade thickness: 3mm.
Length closed: 135mm.
Total length: 243mm.
Closing: without lock
Packaging: cardboard box
Sheath: fabric case
Craftsmanship is beautiful because it is varied
The colors of the materials with which the handmade products are made may vary from those shown in the images.
Horn, wood and cornotech are raw materials that by their nature have a marked variability from one supply to another: it is the beauty of quality materials. Add craftsmanship, where the craftsman's hand never makes the same gesture: it's the beauty of craftsmanship. Combine all this and you will always have a different and unique product. It is always different from the one and unrepeatable product that we must necessarily photograph if we want you to understand what we are talking about and what we are offering you7161$73.85Out of stock