The Sperone knife
This folding knife owes its name to "Sperone" to the rocky spur located at the extreme South of the limestone cliffs of Bonifacio. It protected, 2000 years ago, the Roman port of Piantarella. It is still today an alignment marker for the Bonifacian sailors sailing around the Lavezzi Islands, in order to avoid pitfalls. Source of inspiration for our Corsican cutlers, the Zuria brothers of Bonifacio, who imagined and designed this knife in Corsica in close collaboration with Fontenille Pataud de Thiers and Robert Beillonnet , MOF in 1997 and 2000. The special feature of this knife is its safety system located at the end of the handle like a spur. This handcrafted knife will delight you with the finesse of its details like its very soft opening and its blade locking system by rear pump that prevents the blade from hitting the bottom of the knife when closing.