The Dandy

The Dandy is like his brother, The Tramp knife, black version from our legendary Juhlavuolu model. When The Tramp has matt satin surfaces, The Dandy is all over polished and shiny. It is build to go but also to show. The blade is 8 cm carbon steel blade, left black after heat treatment process, it is same than Juhlavuolu has. Fittings are casted from bronze, completely polished. Handle is made from curly birch, it´s painted black and finished with 6-8 layers of varnish. Between each layer it has been sanded lightly. Between wooden handle and bronze fittings, it has red decoration stripes. The Dandy has tough feel to hand and big bronze fittings are not only prestige but heavy as well, giving good balance to whole knife. Sheath is made from thick, black, vegetable oil tanned bull skin. This model requires some care and attention, after each use the blade needs to be dried and treated with cooking oil. Total length 23cm, knife 20cm, blade 8cm
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195,00 €

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The Dandy is like his brother, The Tramp knife, black version from our legendary Juhlavuolu model. When The Tramp has matt satin surfaces, The Dandy is all over polished and shiny. It is build to go but also to show. The blade is 8 cm carbon steel blade, left black after heat treatment process, it is same than Juhlavuolu has. Fittings are casted from bronze, completely polished. Handle is made from curly birch, it´s painted black and finished with 6-8 layers of varnish. Between each layer it has been sanded lightly. Between wooden handle and bronze fittings, it has red decoration stripes. The Dandy has tough feel to hand and big bronze fittings are not only prestige but heavy as well, giving good balance to whole knife. Sheath is made from thick, black, vegetable oil tanned bull skin. This model requires some care and attention, after each use the blade needs to be dried and treated with cooking oil. Total length 23cm, knife 20cm, blade 8cm
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The villagers and boys were amazed and in awe when a huge oddity rolled down the road in September, 1922. Alfred Kosola’s horses had to tax their strength when drawing a sleigh with an indenting hammer of 5.000 kilograms, along the snowless road to the Järvenpää’s factory. The cubs’ imagination really took over, when they began to hear a constant pounding from the factory. It was like an iron giant’s sledgehammer banging.

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