Basque Chatellerault yataghan navaja A traditional Basque knife, with a yataghan style blade, concave inward towards the cutting edge. These knives were produced by the Chatellerault workshops in the second half of the 19th and early 20th centuries and were famous for their high..
Traditional Sicilian Razor "Birittedda"Closed: 215 mmBlade: tool alloy steel 9hsHardness: 60-61 HRCFull flat grind. Finish: hand longitudinal sanding to 2000 gritLiners: st. steel 420 (France). Hardened to 49-50 HRCBolster and butt: st. steel 420 (France).Scales: stabilized elm burlInlay: 925 s..
Navaja Francesa engravedThese navajas where made in Thiers (France) in the second half of the 19th century for the Spanish marketClosed: 217mmBlade: 175mm х 35mm х 4mmSt. steel AISI 440C. Full flat grind. Finish: longitudinal hand sanding to 2000 gritSpring: st. steel 420 (France)Liners: st.steel 42..
Navaja Francesa Rattlesnake tailThis type of navajas, known as the "queue de crotale" - a rattlesnake's tail, was produced in the second half of the 19th century in Thiers (France) for the Spanish marketFull length: 365 mmBlade: Austrian Bohler N690 st. steel. Hardness: 60 HRCFull flat grind. B..
Navaja Francesa slipjointThese "queue de crotale" type navajas - "rattlesnake's tail", were produced in the 19th century by the workshops of Thiers (France) for the Spanish and Latin American markets. The navaja butt imitates the rattlesnake tail rattle.Closed: 185mmBlade: 140mm x 34 x 4mmSteel: st...
Navaja Francesa slipjoint 123 mmThese "queue de crotale" type navajas - "rattlesnake's tail", were produced in the 19th century by the workshops of Thiers (France) for the Spanish and Latin American markets. The navaja butt imitates the rattlesnake tail rattle.Closed: 153 mmBlade: 123 mm x 30 mm x 4..
Navaja Francesa Valero Jun In the second half of 19th century in Thiers (France) there were founded a few brands with a Spanish-sounding names, focused on the Spanish market. Among the most famous can be called "Valero Jun Zaragoza", "Navajas de Toledo" , "Toledo", "Haudeville en Albacette..
Navaja isabelina aristocratica with crossThis elegant type of navajas was produced for the Spanish market in Thiers (France) and was primarily intended for the upper classes. Therefore these navajas are known as "aristocratica". Since the scales of these navajas were often inlaid with silver c..
Navaja Paternera with carraca This type of the "sheepfoot" blades with a small modifications was popular in South Spain - mostly in Andalucia. Also is known as MarineraClosed: 170mmFull length: 289mmBlade: 121 х 36 х 4 mm. Hardness: 60 HRCFull flat grind. Blade finish: ha..
Navaja Sevillana "carraca" with guitarSeville navaja "isabelina aristocratica" of the mid-19th century with a distinctive and recognizable design - a spring stylized as a Spanish guitar.Closed: 196mmBlade: 160 х 28 х 4 mmSteel: Austrian Bohler N690 st. steelFull flat grindFinish: longitudinal hand s..
Navaja Sevillana Isabelina 114mmNavaja , typical for 19th century Sevilla. Closed: 142mmBlade: 114mm х 28mm х 4mm. Austrian Bohler N690 st. steel. Hardness: 60 HRC. Full flat grindLongitudinal hand sanding to 1500 gritSpring from 420 French st. steel made in traditional Sevillian guitar shape w..