Soviet Winnie-the-Pooh on an exclusive creation of Consoli
Custom Knife # 349 is a mischievous piece created by an Italian knifemaker Sergio Consoli for the individual order of the Maria Stalina Knives store. The flipper knife is dedicated to the cult piece of Soviet animation, the quintessence of wisdom and humor — the cartoon Winnie-the-Pooh.
Elena Bosio created a masterly painting of the handle. The engraving artist is co-author of Sergio Consoli for ages. The engraving is perfect in terms of composition and craftsmanship. An anodized titanium surface with a drawing is decorated with an inlay of the yellow metal. On one side of the handle, we see happy Winnie walking with a barrel of honey, on the other — Piglet hurrying with a gun. A swarm of evil bees lurked on the backspacer, and a charming detail on the clip is a lost tail of Eeyore.
The knife mechanic is impeccable. A ball-bearing pivot system is the author's original system. Open knife fixes the liner lock.
The multi-grinded tanto blade is made of the premium Swedish steel RWL-34. This high-carbon powder steel harmoniously combines corrosion resistance and strength, easily sharpens, and keeps it for a long time.
The liner of the ergonomic handle is made of stainless steel. Scales are made of engraved titanium and bright emerald Raffir — a composite that combines light metals and synthetic resins.
The knife comes with a copyright certificate signed by Sergio Consoli.
The custom knife # 349 is an aesthetic masterly craftsmanship. A unique one-off knife, vivid and joyful, a collectible item, and a reliable tool.
Hurry up with the purchase! Sergio Consoli's knife in someone else's pocket is a heartbreaking sight.