Corsican Rondinara Damascus Range Blue Mammoth, Delicate filework - R1MBDI4
The Corsican Rondinara knife features the Corsica island embossed into a forged and chiseled spring where we have added a precision mechanism with a secure locking blade and a solid blade stop to keep a long last edge.
Our specialty: Personalize your knife (first name, initials, date...) with a beautiful engraving of the spring produced by a professional engraver. The engraving is performed before the file work (guillochage) and the heat treatment.
Its solid blade is safely locked while using, thanks to its precision mechanism, in addition this mechanism provides smoothness while using
Hand chiseled and forged spring
The traditional bee is solid and forged into the spring. The spring and bee are then hand-chased with a file : This denotes artisan quality, unlike inexpensive mass market products that have welded springs and are machine decorated.
Stainless steel damascus blade
The Damascus steel we’re using is from Damasteel® and the patterns will last the life of the knife.
Corsica is a real land of knives since antiquity and the Corsican cutlery industry has become a real tradition.
There is no such thing as a "Corsican knife" but "Corsican knives"!
Like many farming areas, the Corsican knife was first and foremost a tool used by farmers for their daily work.
Since then, Corsican knives have followed their history with new models that combine tradition and modernity.
In the Fontenille Pataud workshop, our craftsmen traditionally handmade outstanding knives for several generations, as usual in the city of Thiers. Each one of our knifemakers hopes to create especially for you a sustainable product that will become your every day to carry.
We are proud to say that our knives are handed down and offered from generation to generation, such as the Corsican knives with locking system, which allows a safe use. Much more than knives, our Corsicans made in France are true life partners.
Easy openning and secure back-lock system.
Delicate filework: file work is more delicate, all is freehand made.
The "Rondinara" knife has been created with Antoine Zuria and Robert Beillonnet. This knife is curved like the famous Corsican marine cove near Bonifacio.
Handle: Fossilized mammoth ivory from Russia. Exceptional blue color. There is a 0.20 ct genuine blue sapphire gem inlayed into the spring to match with the handle color, 8 mm slabs.
Size and weight: 12 cm folded, 20 cm open, approx. 180 grams.
Technical tips: Forged anc chiseled spring with Corsica embossement. The spring with its lock-back system is made from 3 mm thick stainless steel Z20c13. A solid hardenned bladestop is provided: That helps maintain the edge of the blade. Easy openning and folding smooth system.
Included: Numbered Guarantee certificate, leather pouch. The pouch is an artisan product too.