Horn Utility Knife by Poglia & Co.
The uniquely surfaced blades on these handmade knives are repurposed from old plowing discs in machinery used to sow seeds on farms in Brazil. The blades are then forged to the horn handles with a bolster of solid, gleaming brass. The utility knives arrive as one-of-a-kind items. They take on more character the more tasks you give them, from slicing tomatoes to carving wood.
I love that these knives are up-cycled from natural and recycled materials. They are sleek and beautiful in design, and I like that the handles are made from actual horn.
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