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What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?


Gold Member
Feb 9, 2015
Portuguese Autuno in Olive Wood today.

Pt-Luso Pt-Luso , your Portuguese Autuno reminds me so much of my German made knife also in Olive Wood and also no nail nick.
F.Dick calls my knife a Chef's Utility Knife and it isn't often available.
I can't find anything out about the Autuno but wonder if it too might also be intended for the culinary trade.


Amir Fleschwund

Gold Member
Nov 29, 2008
Anytime I scroll back for another look, or three, at a knife, it really appeals to me. And this fixed blade is one of those knives.
Love the blade shape, the handle shape...
Utica Cattle and an Oil Field Jack

Nice pair, Steve.
I’d encourage everybody to scroll in on the jigged bone on this Utica~ wow!

Lot’s of nice cutlery for Monday’s totes, everybody.