Killer Black

With an hybrid style – Western blade and oriental handle, this one-off piece has a damascus steel blade and  a horn and jacarandá octagonal wood handle that, opposite to the tradition, has its faces all non-parallel to eacho other, an experience that I have been thiking about for a while and that left me, as well as its owner, Dr. Luis Carlos Prado, a friend from Tatuí, very satisfied. And it was him who named the knife, by the way.

And talking about Tatuí, I am going back home today after finishing my beer sommelier classes yesterday 🙂 It was a cool time here in São Paulo and it was great to meet so many great people but I really, really miss my dogs and the shop!

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About ivancampos

Mim faiz faca, mim bebe cerveja!
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