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GOBBO ABRUZZESE KILAMA

This knife with a slender shape and curved handle is derived from ancient models used by the shepherds of Abruzzo. Its adoption into the range of knives manufactured at Scarperia (where the particular shape of the handle has given it the name of "gobbo" or hunch-back) dates back to the end ...

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MAREMMANO KILAMA

The first reliable information we have about this knife dates back to 1848.An example, dated 1871, is kept in the State Archives of Florence, attached to the documents of a trial against a criminal. The trademark of a Scarperia manufacturer, Gustavo Buffi, is clearly visible on it. The bla ...

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RASOLINO KILAMA

The name of this knife derives from the shape of the blade that is similar to that of a razor. It was popular after the Giolitti law was passed in 1908, which imposed very strict limits to the carrying of sharp knives and encouraged the production of various models with cut-off points.

  

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