Classical Tanto - notice the more rounded, less aggressive shape. Probably, the reason why the modern knifemakers called their fighting knives “tantos” was to invoke the exotic mystique of feudal Japan. You might be old enough to remember that was a huge craze for ninjas and samurais in the 80s. In sum, the typical Japanese tanto is simply a general-purpose knife, whereas the “American tanto” is specifically designed for piercing through armor, heavy clothing or bone.
This knuckle guard protects both left and right handed; and its wide enough as is to slope around the rear back of the hand, protecting you from strikes which might break fragile hand bones and or cause you to open your grip from the shock of the strike. This knife style would be nice to adapt in the modern forge without a doubt it would be a top seller in the military reproduction knife market.
Clara del Portillo has done an incredible job of marrying wood and metal in this cutlery set which it truly tasteful! "The silver cutlery is a symbol of elegance and it has been used in banquets and important tables for several years. The sense of fashion and aesthetics has changed and most of these cutleries have been saved. Natural gives a new air to silver cutlery making it current and modern without giving up elegance."
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Modern Knives SetCombine form and function with this innovative and modern stainless steel knives set. This cleverly designed set of knives looks like a solid piece of steel initially, but in fact each one of the four included knives can be pulled off from the block.