2013-11-28

THE CORSE VENDETTA KNIFE | PassionFrance®

this is the first knife i bought from WOLFGANG c/o PassionFrance® some time ago: a CORSE VENDETTA. with this knife my passion for french knives started. this one is special because of its limited design: the three crosses are showing a triangle. it was the last of this series. the „normal“ version of this VENDETTA with an elegant handle of bones has the crosses set in a straight line. it is told that the roots of this knife lie in the genoa daggers, but not for sure. but for sure is, that this knife wasn't use for working in the garden but for fighting. i don't know if the name comes from the origin meaning of VENDETTA which stands for blood venegance - i have to ask WOLFGANG. i love the really nice so called TAILE DE GUÊPE, the wasp waist. isn't that a beautiful knife? pics | LTG












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