The Consigli family workshop in Scarperia, Tuscany handcrafts an impressive line of regional knives. This Anconetano pocket knife is their version of the fisherman's knife typical of the central Adriatic coast of Italy. Its distinctive feature is the flat spring fixed to the outside, on the spine of the handle that makes it easy to clean. The small notch in the metal spine, which is visible when the knife is closed, was once used for mending fishing nets. The handle of this knife is made with the tip of a cow horn from Tuscany. The blade is stainless steel.
The Anconetano is 4.375” long when closed and 7.625” long when open.