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  1. Takeshi Saji - Hanta Hunter Knife 180 - Craft Knife

    Purpose of use: Collection / Sportsman / Machete

    Type of production: Artisan
    Blade Production: Japan
    Blade: Hand forged, rolled damper with Hitachi Shirogami cutting edge at 64HRC
    Blade Treatment: -
    Manicure: Wood covered with leather strip
    Blade Length: 175mm.
    Blade thickness: 5mm.
    Closed length: -
    Total Length: 315mm.
    Closure thickness: -
    Balance: -
    Weight: 98g.
    Closure: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: Leather treated
    Packing: Carton box
    Notes: Hand made entirely by Takeshi Saji

    TS-H180
    $346.43
    Only 2 left
    Only 2 left
  2. Takeshi Saji - Kisu Dai - custom knife

    Takeshi Saji è nato nel 1948 a Takefu (prefettura di Fukui), una città situata all'incirca nel centro del Giappone e nel cuore di una zona da secoli votata alla produzione di lame. Il suo laboratorio è ancora lì, costruito intorno al forno grazie al quale, ormai da parecchi anni, Takeshi Saji forgia l'acciaio (soprattutto damasco) con cui realizza vari modelli di coltelli tradizionali giapponesi. La scelta dei materiali per le finiture (prevalentemente naturali), le linee essenziali - evocatrici dell'utilizzo - e gli accostamenti cromatici di raro impatto rendono le sue realizzazioni uniche e inconfondibili nel panorama della coltelleria mondiale e, in patria, gli sono valse il prestigioso titolo di Maestro.

    Destinazione d'uso: Collezione/Sportivo

    Tipo di produzione: Artigianale
    Produzione Lama: Giappone
    Lama: Forgiata a mano, in acciaio al carbonio Hitachi Shirogami a 64HRC
    Trattamento Lama: -
    Manicatura: intreccio in rattan
    Lunghezza lama: 75mm.
    Spessore lama: 4mm.
    Lunghezza chiuso: -
    Lunghezza totale: 185mm.
    Spessore da chiuso: -
    Bilanciatura: -
    Peso: 86g.
    Chiusura: -
    Clip: -
    Fodero: Legno
    Confezione: Scatola di cartone
    Note: interamente realizzati a mano da Takeshi Saji
    TS-KISD
    $157.83
    Only 2 left
    Only 2 left
    Rating:
    87%
    4.4
  3. Takeshi Saji - Koinobori - black carp skin - custom Knife

    Takeshi Saji - Koinobori - black carp skin - custom Knife

    Intended Use: Collection / Sports

    Type of production: Artisan
    Production Lama: Japan
    Blade: Hand Forged, damask laminated with sharp Hitachi Shirogami to 64HRC
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: Koinobori (carp) and Tou-Maki (rattan)
    Blade length: 100mm.
    Blade thickness: 4mm.
    Closed Length: -
    Overall length: 207mm.
    Thick when closed: -
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 128g.
    Closed: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: Leather
    Packaging: Cardboard Box
    Notes: entirely handmade by Takeshi Saji

    TS-KOIN
    $200.84
    Only 2 left
    Only 2 left
    Rating:
    96%
    4.8
  4. Takeshi Saji - Koinobori - red carp skin - Craft knife

    Purpose: Collection / Sportsman

    Type of production: Artisan
    Blade Production: Japan
    Blade: Hand forged, Yoshoku laminated damper with cutting edge in Hitachi Aogami at 64HRC
    Blade Treatment: -
    Manicure: Koinobori (carp) and Tou-Maki (rattan)
    Blade Length: 100mm.
    Blade thickness: 4mm.
    Closed length: -
    Overall length: 207mm.
    Closure thickness: -
    Balance: -
    Weight: 128g.
    Closure: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: in leather
    Packing: Carton box
    Notes: Hand made entirely by Takeshi Saji

    TS-KOIR
    $200.84
    Only 4 left
    Only 4 left
    Rating:
    100%
    5
  5. Takeshi Saji - Koinobori knife - red carp skin - PRIVATE COLLECTION - Craft Knife

    Knife collected from a private collection in like new condition with original box - Knife made in 2017 by the famous Japanese knifemaker Takeshi Saji - The knife is supplied together with the sheath made by Saji, with an additional sheath made by the Italian cutler Simone Tonolli. This second sheath allows horizontal attachment to the belt. Checked and certified by our internal laboratory.

    Takeshi Saji was born in 1948 in Takefu (Fukui prefecture), a city located roughly in the center of Japan and in the heart of an area for centuries devoted to the production of blades. His workshop is still there, built around the oven thanks to which, for several years now, Takeshi Saji has been forging steel (especially damascus) with which he makes various models of traditional Japanese knives. The choice of materials for the finishes (mainly natural), the essential lines - evocative of use - and the chromatic combinations of rare impact make his creations unique and unmistakable in the panorama of world cutlery and, at home, they have earned him the prestigious title of Master.

    Intended use: Collection / Sports

    Type of production: Artisan
    Production Lama: Japan
    Blade: Hand forged, Yoshoku laminated damask with Hitachi Aogami cutting edge at 64HRC
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: Koinobori (carp) and Tou-Maki (rattan)
    Blade length: 100mm.
    Blade thickness: 4mm.
    Closed Length: -
    Total length: 207mm.
    Thick when closed: -
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 128g.
    Closure: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: two leather sheaths, one produced by Takeshi Saji for vertical positioning and one made by the Italian knifemaker Simone Tonolli for horizontal fixing
    Packaging: Cardboard box
    Notes: entirely handmade by Takeshi Saji

    AP-TS-KOIR
    $0.00
    Rating:
    100%
    5
    Out of stock
  6. Takeshi Saji - Sakura Petty Rainbow Damascus - 135mm - kitchen knife

    Takeshi Saji was born in 1948 in Takefu (Fukui prefecture), a city located roughly in the center of Japan and in the heart of an area for centuries devoted to the production of blades. His workshop is still there, built around the oven thanks to which, for several years now, Takeshi Saji forges steel (especially damascus) with which he makes various models of traditional Japanese knives. The choice of materials for the finishes (mainly natural), the essential lines - evocative of use - and the chromatic combinations of rare impact make his creations unique and unmistakable in the panorama of world cutlery and, at home, they have earned him the prestigious title of Master.

    The blade is equipped with a central plate in Blue Steel carbon steel coated on the sides with layers of steel, brass and copper plates that help to increase the resistance to oxidation and resilience.

    Once again, Master Saji has succeeded in creating an innovative new art style for his knives, combining the traditional "Sakura-Maki" handle and the striking rainbow Damascus blade.

    The Petty is a small utility knife used for peeling, shaping, slicing fruit and vegetables, chopping herbs and making side dishes.

    Intended use: utility knife, meat, fish, vegetables
    Type of production: Artisan
    Production Lama: Japan
    Blade: Hand forged, in laminated damascus with Blue Steel carbon steel cutting edge (63 hrc) and side plates in stainless steel, copper and brass
    Handle: Desert Ironwood
    Blade length: 135mm.
    Blade thickness: 2.5mm.
    Total length: 245mm.
    Weight: 131g.
    Packaging: Wooden box
    Notes: the knife is entirely handmade by Takeshi Saj

    Use and maintenance

    - Do not cut bones or frozen. The blade can chip or break.
    - Hand wash with warm water and towel dry.
    - Use stones for sharpening and maintenance of the blade.

    TS-ETTY
    $324.51
    Out of stock
  7. Takeshi Saji - Chef's Bunka Knife 180mm with Desert Ironwood Handle - SPG2 Damascus - kitchen knife

    Takeshi Saji was born in 1948 in Takefu (Fukui prefecture), a city located roughly in the center of Japan and in the heart of an area for centuries devoted to the production of blades. His workshop is still there, built around the oven thanks to which, for several years now, Takeshi Saji forges steel (especially damascus) with which he makes various models of traditional Japanese knives. The choice of materials for the finishes (mainly natural), the essential lines - evocative of use - and the chromatic combinations of rare impact make his creations unique and unmistakable in the panorama of world cutlery and, at home, they have earned him the prestigious title of Master.

    Intended use: kitchen knife, meat, vegetables, fish
    Type of production: Artisan
    Production Lama: Japan
    Blade: Hand forged, laminated damascus with SPG2 sintered steel edge (63 hrc)
    Handle: Desert Ironwood
    Blade length: 180mm.
    Blade thickness: 2.5mm.
    Total length: 303mm.
    Weight: 239g.
    Packaging: Wooden box
    Notes: the knife is entirely handmade by Takeshi Saj
    Use and maintenance

    - Do not cut bones or frozen. The blade can chip or break.
    - Hand wash with warm water and towel dry.
    - Use stones for sharpening and maintenance of the blade.

    TS-R2
    $508.69
    Out of stock
  8. Takeshi Saji - Bamboo knife SJ262 - artisan knife

    Intended use: Collection / Sports

    Type of production: Artisan
    Lama production: Japan
    Blade: Forged by hand, in Hitachi Shirogami 64HRC carbon steel
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: traditional Japanese bamboo wood
    Blade length: 95mm.
    Blade thickness: 3mm.
    Length closed: -
    Total length: 215mm.
    Thickness when closed: -
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 80g.
    Closure: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: bamboo wood
    Packaging: Carton box
    Notes: entirely handmade by Takeshi Saji

    SJ262
    $140.33
    Rating:
    100%
    5
    Out of stock
  9. Takeshi Saji - Miyabi Shuryou knife - Craft knife

    Purpose: Collection / Sportsman

    Type of production: craftsmanship
    Blade Production: Japan
    Blade: Hand forged, rolled damper with Hitachi Shirogami cutting edge at 64HRC
    Blade Treatment: -
    Manicure: Sakura (cherry wood)
    Blade Length: 155mm.
    Blade thickness: 5mm.
    Closed length: -
    Total length: 290mm.
    Closure thickness: -
    Balance: -
    Weight: 248g.
    Closure: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: Leather and Sakura (cherry wood)
    Packing: Carton box
    Notes: Hand made entirely by Takeshi Saji

    TS-MSH
    $285.04
    Rating:
    100%
    5
    Out of stock
  10. Takeshi Saji - Miyabi Shikarigata knife - Knife custom

    Takeshi Saji - Miyabi Shikarigata knife - Knife custom

    Intended Use: Collection / Sports / Machete

    Type of production: Artisan
    Production Lama: Japan
    Blade: Hand Forged, damask laminated with sharp Hitachi Shirogami to 64HRC
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: Sakura (cherry wood)
    Blade length: 115mm.
    Blade thickness: 4mm.
    Closed Length: -
    Overall length: 225mm.
    Thick when closed: -
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 160g.
    Closed: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: Leather and Sakura (cherry wood)
    Packaging: Cardboard Box
    Notes: entirely handmade by Takeshi Saji

    TS-MSHI
    $298.20
    Rating:
    80%
    4
    Out of stock
  11. Takeshi Saji - Santoku Kitchen Chef with Maki-e Art - kitchen knife

    Takeshi Saji - Santoku Kitchen Chef with Maki-e Art - kitchen knife

    Use: kitchen knife, meat, vegetables, fish
    Type of production: Artisan
    Production Lama: Japan
    Blade: Forged by hand, damask laminate with edge Hitachi Shirogami to 64HRC
    Handle: lacquered wood and painted by hand
    Blade length: 175mm.
    Blade thickness: 3mm.
    Length closed: -
    Overall length: 305mm.
    Thick when closed: -
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 204g.
    Sheath: lacquered wood and hand painted
    Packaging: Cardboard Box
    Note: the knife is made entirely by hand by Takeshi Saji, the painting and the chasing of the sheath is made by Master Kouichiro Tsukada with the ancient technique of Maki-e art.

    Use and maintenance
    - Do not cut bones or frozen. The blade can chip or break. - Hand wash with warm water and pat dry with towel. - Use stones for sharpening and maintenance of the blade.

    saji-custom
    $1,131.39
    Out of stock
  12. Takeshi Saji - Hunter 240 - Custom Knife

    Takeshi Saji was born in 1948 in Takefu ( Fukui Prefecture ) , a city located approximately in the center of Japan and in the heart of an area for centuries devoted to the production of blades . His lab is still there, built around the oven thanks to which, for several years now , Takeshi Saji forges the steel (especially damascus) with which he made various models of traditional Japanese knives . The choice of material finishes (mostly natural ) , the essential lines - evocative use - and the color combinations of rare impact his accomplishments make unique and unmistakable in view of the cutlery world and at home , have earned him the prestigious title of Master .

    Intended use: Collection / Sports / Machete

    Production Type: Handmade
    Production Blade: Japan
    Blade: Forged by hand, damask laminated with sharp Hitachi Shirogami to 64HRC
    Treatment Blade: -
    Handle : Wood covered with leather strip
    Blade length : 265mm .
    Blade thickness : 5mm.
    Length closed : -
    Overall length: 395mm .
    Thick when closed: -
    Balancing : -
    Weight: 422g .
    Closure: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: Leather treated
    Packaging: Cardboard Box
    Notes: entirely hand-made by Takeshi Saji

    10892
    $377.13
    Out of stock
  13. Takeshi Saji - Kurosameshotou traditional knife - handmade knife

    Takeshi Saji was born in 1948 in Takefu (Fukui prefecture), a city located roughly in the center of Japan and in the heart of an area for centuries devoted to the production of blades. His workshop is still there, built around the oven thanks to which, for several years now, Takeshi Saji has been forging steel (especially damascus) with which he makes various models of traditional Japanese knives. The choice of materials for the finishes (mainly natural), the essential lines - evocative of use - and the chromatic combinations of rare impact make his creations unique and unmistakable in the panorama of world cutlery and, at home, they have earned him the prestigious title of Master.

    Intended use: Collection / Sports

    Type of production: Artisan
    Production Lama: Japan
    Blade: Hand forged, 64HRC Hitachi Shirogami carbon steel
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: traditional Japanese, ray skin and rattan
    Blade length: 70mm.
    Blade thickness: 4mm.
    Closed Length: -
    Total length: 184mm.
    Thick when closed: -
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 100g.
    Closing: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: Leather
    Packaging: Cardboard box
    Notes: entirely handmade by Takeshi Saji

    TS-10698
    $165.76
    Out of stock
  14. Takeshi Saji - Karyudo Koyorikata - Craft Knife

    Takeshi Saji was born in 1948 in Takefu (Fukui prefecture), a city located roughly in the center of Japan and in the heart of an area for centuries devoted to the production of blades. His lab is still there, built around the oven thanks to which, for several years now, Takeshi Saji forge steel (especially damascus) with which he made various models of traditional Japanese knives. The choice of materials for finishing (mainly natural), the essential lines - evocative use - and the color combinations of rare impact his accomplishments make unique and unmistakable in view of the cutlery world and at home, have earned him the prestigious Master title.

    Intended use: Collection / Sports / Machete

    Production Type: Handmade
    Production Blade: Japan
    Blade: Forged by hand, damask laminated with sharp Hitachi Shirogami to 64HRC
    Treatment Lama: -
    Handle: black rattan
    Blade length: 115mm.
    Blade thickness: 4mm.
    Length closed: -
    Total length: 225mm.
    Thick when closed: -
    Balance: -
    Weight: 146g.
    Closing: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: wood covered with rattan
    Packaging: Cardboard Box
    Notes: entirely hand-made by Takeshi Saji

    TS-KARK
    $236.80
    Rating:
    73%
    3.7
    Out of stock
  15. LoneWolf - Loveless City - Buffalo Horn

    Destinazione d'uso: coltello da tasca

    Tipo di produzione: industriale
    Lama: in acciaio inox 19C27
    Trattamento Lama: -
    Manicatura: Corno di Bufalo
    Lunghezza lama: 60mm.
    Spessore della lama: 2.5mm.
    Lunghezza chiuso: 95mm.
    Lunghezza totale: 160mm.
    Bilanciatura: -
    Peso: 65g.
    Chiusura: -
    Clip: -
    Fodero: -
    Note: scatola in alluminio
    1320
    $113.14
    Out of stock
  16. LoneWolf - Loveless Drop Point Folder - David Yellowhorse Limited Edition

    Destinazione d'uso: Sportivo

    Tipo di produzione: Impugnatura Artigianale, Lama Industriale
    Produzione Lama: Italia by Fantoni
    Lama: In acciaio inox 154CM 58HRC
    Trattamento Lama: -
    Manicatura: Lavorazione artigianale a mosaico, in pietra dura, di David Yellowhorse
    Lunghezza lama: 75mm.
    Spessore lama: 3mm.
    Lunghezza chiuso: -
    Lunghezza totale: 190mm.
    Spessore da chiuso: -
    Bilanciatura: -
    Peso: 128g.
    Chiusura: Liner Lock
    Clip: -
    Fodero: in cuoio
    Confezione: cofanetto da collezione con loghi Lonewolf, Fantoni e David Yellowhorse; certificati di garanzia
    Note: Edizione limitata prodotta in soli 6 esemplari - Design lama by Bob Loveless
    2795
    $481.50
    Out of stock
  17. Takeshi Saji - Akai Same Hanta knife - Red Race Skin - Craft Knife

    Takeshi Saji was born in 1948 in Takefu (Fukui prefecture), a city located roughly in the center of Japan and in the heart of an area for centuries devoted to the production of blades. His workshop is still there, built around the oven thanks to which, for several years now, Takeshi Saji has been forging steel (especially damascus) with which he makes various models of traditional Japanese knives. The choice of materials for the finishes (mainly natural), the essential lines - evocative of use - and the chromatic combinations of rare impact make his creations unique and unmistakable in the panorama of world cutlery and, at home, they have earned him the prestigious title of Master.

    Intended use: Collection / Sports

    Type of production: Artisan
    Production Lama: Japan
    Blade: Hand forged, rolled steel with VG-10 edge at 61HRC
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: Tou-Maki (rolled rattan) and Same-Kawa (ray skin)
    Blade length: 135mm.
    Blade thickness: 5mm.
    Closed Length: -
    Total length: 255mm.
    Thick when closed: -
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 190g.
    Closing: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: Same-Kawa (ray skin)
    Packaging: Cardboard box
    Notes: entirely handmade by Takeshi Saji

    4015RR
    $684.09
    Out of stock
  18. Takeshi Saji - Cha Hebi Hanta Crocodile Skin - Damascus blade

    Takeshi Saji - Cha Hebi Hanta Crocodile Skin - Damascus blade

    Intended Use: Collection / Sports

    Type of production: Artisan
    Production Lama: Japan
    Blade: Hand Forged, laminated damask with sharp steel Hitachi Shirogami to 64HRC
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: Tou-maki (rolled Rattan) and crocodile skin
    Blade length: 139mm.
    Blade thickness: 4.5mm.
    Closed Length: -
    Overall length: 252mm.
    Thick when closed: -
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 180g.
    Closed: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: Crocodile Skin
    Packaging: Cardboard Box
    Notes: entirely handmade by Takeshi Saji

    TS-CHAH
    $684.09
    Out of stock
  19. Takeshi Saji - Kageboushi 150 knife - Artisan Knife

    Takeshi Saji was born in 1948 in Takefu (Fukui prefecture), a city located roughly in the center of Japan and in the heart of an area for centuries devoted to the production of blades. His workshop is still there, built around the oven thanks to which, for several years now, Takeshi Saji has been forging steel (especially damascus) with which he makes various models of traditional Japanese knives. The choice of materials for the finishes (mainly natural), the essential lines - evocative of use - and the chromatic combinations of rare impact make his creations unique and unmistakable in the panorama of world cutlery and, at home, they have earned him the prestigious title of Master.

    Intended use: Collection / Sports

    Type of production: Artisan
    Production Lama: Japan
    Blade: Hand forged, laminated damask with 64HRC Hitachi Shirogami edge
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: traditional Japanese, in stingray leather with silk weaving
    Blade length: 155mm.
    Blade thickness: 5mm.
    Closed Length: -
    Total length: 280mm.
    Thick when closed: -
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 248g.
    Closing: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: Painted wood with cotton sageo
    Packaging: Cardboard box and silk sheath
    Notes: entirely handmade by Takeshi Saji

    TS-4024
    $420.98
    Rating:
    100%
    5
    Out of stock
  20. Takeshi Saji - Kiridashi Seiryu - custom knife

    Takeshi Saji è nato nel 1948 a Takefu (prefettura di Fukui), una città situata all'incirca nel centro del Giappone e nel cuore di una zona da secoli votata alla produzione di lame. Il suo laboratorio è ancora lì, costruito intorno al forno grazie al quale, ormai da parecchi anni, Takeshi Saji forgia l'acciaio (soprattutto damasco) con cui realizza vari modelli di coltelli tradizionali giapponesi. La scelta dei materiali per le finiture (prevalentemente naturali), le linee essenziali - evocatrici dell'utilizzo - e gli accostamenti cromatici di raro impatto rendono le sue realizzazioni uniche e inconfondibili nel panorama della coltelleria mondiale e, in patria, gli sono valse il prestigioso titolo di Maestro.

    Il kiridashi è uno strumento a metà tra un coltello e un taglierino dai molteplici utilizzi. La particolarità del Kiridashi è data dalla bisellatura asimmetrica: uno solo dei due lati è affilato mentre l'altro resta piatto. 


    Destinazione d'uso: Collezione/Sportivo

    Tipo di produzione: Artigianale
    Produzione Lama: Giappone
    Lama: Forgiata a mano, in damasco laminato con tagliente in Hitachi Shirogami a 64HRC
    Trattamento Lama: -
    Manicatura: intreccio in rattan
    Lunghezza lama: 65mm.
    Spessore lama: 3.5mm.
    Lunghezza chiuso: -
    Lunghezza totale: 200mm.
    Spessore da chiuso: -
    Bilanciatura: -
    Peso: 100g.
    Chiusura: -
    Clip: -
    Fodero: scatola di legno
    Confezione: Scatola di cartone
    Note: interamente realizzati a mano da Takeshi Saji

    4033
    $148.22
    Out of stock
  21. Takeshi Saji - Kuro Same Hanta knife - Manta leather - Artisan knife

    Purpose: Collection / Sportsman

    Type of production: craftsmanship
    Blade Production: Japan
    Blade: Hand forged, rolled steel with cutting edge in VG-10 to 61HRC
    Blade Treatment: -
    Manicure: Tou-Maki (Rolled Rattan) and Same-Kawa (Breast Skin)
    Blade Length: 135mm.
    Blade thickness: 5mm.
    Closed length: -
    Total length: 255mm.
    Closure thickness: -
    Balance: -
    Weight: 190g.
    Closure: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: Same-Kawa (breed skin)
    Packing: Carton box
    Notes: Hand made entirely by Takeshi Saji

    4015RN
    $684.09
    Out of stock
  22. Takeshi Saji - Miyabi Hayabusa - custom knife

    Takeshi Saji è nato nel 1948 a Takefu (prefettura di Fukui), una città situata all'incirca nel centro del Giappone e nel cuore di una zona da secoli votata alla produzione di lame. Il suo laboratorio è ancora lì, costruito intorno al forno grazie al quale, ormai da parecchi anni, Takeshi Saji forgia l'acciaio (soprattutto damasco) con cui realizza vari modelli di coltelli tradizionali giapponesi. La scelta dei materiali per le finiture (prevalentemente naturali), le linee essenziali - evocatrici dell'utilizzo - e gli accostamenti cromatici di raro impatto rendono le sue realizzazioni uniche e inconfondibili nel panorama della coltelleria mondiale e, in patria, gli sono valse il prestigioso titolo di Maestro.

    Destinazione d'uso: Collezione/Sportivo

    Tipo di produzione: Artigianale
    Produzione Lama: Giappone
    Lama: Forgiata a mano, in damasco laminato con tagliente in Hitachi Shirogami a 64HRC
    Trattamento Lama: -
    Manicatura: Sakura (legno di ciliegio)
    Lunghezza lama: 110mm.
    Spessore lama: 5mm.
    Lunghezza chiuso: -
    Lunghezza totale: 215mm.
    Spessore da chiuso: -
    Bilanciatura: -
    Peso: 134g.
    Chiusura: -
    Clip: -
    Fodero: Cuoio e Sakura (legno di ciliegio)
    Confezione: Scatola di cartone
    Note: interamente realizzati a mano da Takeshi Saji
    4012
    $258.73
    Out of stock
  23. Takeshi Saji - Miyabi Kenryu - Coltello Artigianale

    Takeshi Saji è nato nel 1948 a Takefu (prefettura di Fukui), una città situata all'incirca nel centro del Giappone e nel cuore di una zona da secoli votata alla produzione di lame. Il suo laboratorio è ancora lì, costruito intorno al forno grazie al quale, ormai da parecchi anni, Takeshi Saji forgia l'acciaio (soprattutto damasco) con cui realizza vari modelli di coltelli tradizionali giapponesi. La scelta dei materiali per le finiture (prevalentemente naturali), le linee essenziali - evocatrici dell'utilizzo - e gli accostamenti cromatici di raro impatto rendono le sue realizzazioni uniche e inconfondibili nel panorama della coltelleria mondiale e, in patria, gli sono valse il prestigioso titolo di Maestro.

    Destinazione d'uso: Collezione/Sportivo

    Tipo di produzione: Artigianale
    Produzione Lama: Giappone
    Lama: Forgiata a mano, in damasco laminato con tagliente in Hitachi Shirogami a 64HRC
    Trattamento Lama: -
    Manicatura: Sakura (legno di ciliegio)
    Lunghezza lama: 130mm.
    Spessore lama: 4.5mm.
    Lunghezza chiuso: -
    Lunghezza totale: 245mm.
    Spessore da chiuso: -
    Bilanciatura: -
    Peso: 172g.
    Chiusura: -
    Clip: -
    Fodero: Cuoio e Sakura (legno di ciliegio)
    Confezione: Scatola di cartone
    Note: interamente realizzati a mano da Takeshi Saji
    4011
    $280.66
    Rating:
    87%
    4.4
    Out of stock
  24. Takeshi Saji - Miyabi Kuma - custom knife

    Takeshi Saji è nato nel 1948 a Takefu (prefettura di Fukui), una città situata all'incirca nel centro del Giappone e nel cuore di una zona da secoli votata alla produzione di lame. Il suo laboratorio è ancora lì, costruito intorno al forno grazie al quale, ormai da parecchi anni, Takeshi Saji forgia l'acciaio (soprattutto damasco) con cui realizza vari modelli di coltelli tradizionali giapponesi. La scelta dei materiali per le finiture (prevalentemente naturali), le linee essenziali - evocatrici dell'utilizzo - e gli accostamenti cromatici di raro impatto rendono le sue realizzazioni uniche e inconfondibili nel panorama della coltelleria mondiale e, in patria, gli sono valse il prestigioso titolo di Maestro.

    Destinazione d'uso: Collezione/Sportivo

    Tipo di produzione: Artigianale
    Produzione Lama: Giappone
    Lama: Forgiata a mano, in damasco laminato con tagliente in Shirogami a 64HRC
    Trattamento Lama: -
    Manicatura: Sakura (legno di ciliegio)
    Lunghezza lama: 150mm.
    Spessore lama: 5.5mm.
    Lunghezza chiuso: -
    Lunghezza totale: 270mm.
    Spessore da chiuso: -
    Bilanciatura: -
    Peso: 234g.
    Chiusura: -
    Clip: -
    Fodero: Cuoio e Sakura (legno di ciliegio)
    Confezione: Scatola di cartone
    Note: interamente realizzati a mano da Takeshi Saji
    TS-MKUM
    $258.73
    Out of stock
  25. Takeshi Saji - Miyabi Sasano - custom knife

    Takeshi Saji è nato nel 1948 a Takefu (prefettura di Fukui), una città situata all'incirca nel centro del Giappone e nel cuore di una zona da secoli votata alla produzione di lame. Il suo laboratorio è ancora lì, costruito intorno al forno grazie al quale, ormai da parecchi anni, Takeshi Saji forgia l'acciaio (soprattutto damasco) con cui realizza vari modelli di coltelli tradizionali giapponesi. La scelta dei materiali per le finiture (prevalentemente naturali), le linee essenziali - evocatrici dell'utilizzo - e gli accostamenti cromatici di raro impatto rendono le sue realizzazioni uniche e inconfondibili nel panorama della coltelleria mondiale e, in patria, gli sono valse il prestigioso titolo di Maestro.

    Destinazione d'uso: Collezione/Sportivo

    Tipo di produzione: Artigianale
    Produzione Lama: Giappone
    Lama: Forgiata a mano, in damasco laminato con tagliente in Hitachi Shirogami a 64HRC
    Trattamento Lama: -
    Manicatura: Sakura (legno di ciliegio)
    Lunghezza lama: 140mm.
    Spessore lama: 5mm.
    Lunghezza chiuso: -
    Lunghezza totale: 245mm.
    Spessore da chiuso: -
    Bilanciatura: -
    Peso: 182g.
    Chiusura: -
    Clip: -
    Fodero: Cuoio e Sakura (legno di ciliegio)
    Confezione: Scatola di cartone
    Note: interamente realizzati a mano da Takeshi Saji

    TS-MSAS
    $276.27
    Out of stock
  26. Takeshi Saji - Sannomaru knife - Craft knife

    Purpose: Collection / Sportsman

    Type of production: Artisan
    Blade Production: Japan
    Blade: Hand forged, rolled damper with Hitachi Shirogami cutting edge at 64HRC
    Blade Treatment: -
    Manicure: Tou-Maki (Rolled Rattan) and leather
    Blade Length: 134mm.
    Blade thickness: 4.5mm.
    Closed length: -
    Total length: 250mm.
    Closure thickness: -
    Balance: -
    Weight: 162g.
    Closure: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: Leather and Rattan
    Packing: Carton box
    Notes: Hand made entirely by Takeshi Saji

    TS-SANN
    $412.22
    Out of stock
  27. Takeshi Saji - Shiroi Hebi Hanta - Pitone - custom knife

    Takeshi Saji è nato nel 1948 a Takefu (prefettura di Fukui), una città situata all'incirca nel centro del Giappone e nel cuore di una zona da secoli votata alla produzione di lame. Il suo laboratorio è ancora lì, costruito intorno al forno grazie al quale, ormai da parecchi anni, Takeshi Saji forgia l'acciaio (soprattutto damasco) con cui realizza vari modelli di coltelli tradizionali giapponesi. La scelta dei materiali per le finiture (prevalentemente naturali), le linee essenziali - evocatrici dell'utilizzo - e gli accostamenti cromatici di raro impatto rendono le sue realizzazioni uniche e inconfondibili nel panorama della coltelleria mondiale e, in patria, gli sono valse il prestigioso titolo di Maestro.

    Destinazione d'uso: Collezione/Sportivo

    Tipo di produzione: Artigianale
    Produzione Lama: Giappone
    Lama: Forgiata a mano, in damasco laminato con tagliente in Hitachi Shirogami a 64HRC
    Trattamento Lama: -
    Manicatura: Tou-Maki (Rattan arrotolato) e Pitone (pelle di serpente)
    Lunghezza lama: 147mm.
    Spessore lama: 4.5mm.
    Lunghezza chiuso: -
    Lunghezza totale: 268mm.
    Spessore da chiuso: -
    Bilanciatura: -
    Peso: 190g.
    Chiusura: -
    Clip: -
    Fodero: Pelle di Pitone
    Confezione: Scatola di cartone
    Note: interamente realizzati a mano da Takeshi Saji

    4015PI
    $684.09
    Rating:
    100%
    5
    Out of stock
  28. Takeshi Saji - Ugui Sho-Tou - custom knife

    Takeshi Saji è nato nel 1948 a Takefu (prefettura di Fukui), una città situata all'incirca nel centro del Giappone e nel cuore di una zona da secoli votata alla produzione di lame. Il suo laboratorio è ancora lì, costruito intorno al forno grazie al quale, ormai da parecchi anni, Takeshi Saji forgia l'acciaio (soprattutto damasco) con cui realizza vari modelli di coltelli tradizionali giapponesi. La scelta dei materiali per le finiture (prevalentemente naturali), le linee essenziali - evocatrici dell'utilizzo - e gli accostamenti cromatici di raro impatto rendono le sue realizzazioni uniche e inconfondibili nel panorama della coltelleria mondiale e, in patria, gli sono valse il prestigioso titolo di Maestro.

    Destinazione d'uso: Collezione/Sportivo

    Tipo di produzione: Artigianale
    Produzione Lama: Giappone
    Lama: Forgiata a mano, in acciaio al carbonio Hitachi Shirogami a 64HRC
    Trattamento Lama: -
    Manicatura: tradizionale giapponese, in pelle di razza e rattan bianco
    Lunghezza lama: 80mm.
    Spessore lama: 4mm.
    Lunghezza chiuso: -
    Lunghezza totale: 200mm.
    Spessore da chiuso: -
    Bilanciatura: -
    Peso: 108g.
    Chiusura: -
    Clip: -
    Fodero: Cuoio
    Confezione: Scatola di cartone
    Note: interamente realizzati a mano da Takeshi Saji
    4039
    $165.76
    Out of stock
  29. Takeshi Saji - Yuh-Yuh-Nata - custom knife

    Takeshi Saji - Yuh-yuh-Born - custom knife

    Intended Use: Collection / Sports / Machete

    Type of production: Artisan
    Production Lama: Japan
    Blade: Hand-forged, carbon steel Hitachi Shirogami to 64HRC
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: Wood riveted
    Blade length: 200mm.
    Blade thickness: 7mm.
    Closed Length: -
    Overall length: 370mm.
    Thick when closed: -
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 416g.
    Closed: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: Wood and leather
    Packaging: Cardboard Box
    Notes: entirely handmade by Takeshi Saji

    TS-4017
    $149.09
    Out of stock
  30. Takeshi Saji - Akai Hebi Hanta knife - Red Python - Knife

    Takeshi Saji was born in 1948 in Takefu (Fukui prefecture), a city located roughly in the center of Japan and in the heart of an area for centuries devoted to the production of blades. His workshop is still there, built around the oven thanks to which, for several years now, Takeshi Saji has been forging steel (especially damascus) with which he makes various models of traditional Japanese knives. The choice of materials for the finishes (mainly natural), the essential lines - evocative of use - and the chromatic combinations of rare impact make his creations unique and unmistakable in the panorama of world cutlery and, at home, they have earned him the prestigious title of Master.

    Intended use: Collection / Sports

    Type of production: Artisan
    Production Lama: Japan
    Blade: Hand forged, laminated damask with 64HRC Hitachi Shirogami cutting edge
    Blade treatment: -
    Handle: Tou-Maki (Rolled Rattan) and snakeskin
    Blade length: 150mm.
    Blade thickness: 4.5mm.
    Closed Length: -
    Total length: 272mm.
    Thick when closed: -
    Balancing: -
    Weight: 192g.
    Closing: -
    Clip: -
    Sheath: Snake Skin
    Packaging: Cardboard box
    Notes: entirely handmade by Takeshi Saji

    4015PR
    $684.09
    Out of stock
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