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    The history of Molise blades has its roots in the fifteenth century, when the area was famous for the production of weapons, but in the mid-eighteenth century an edict of Charles III of Bourbon banned its tradition: the artisans were forced to convert the production of household cutlery and artistic decoration of tools. Within a few decades Campobasso will become one of the most famous cities in all of Europe for the processing of perforated steel ..

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    Now that is a beautiful and interesting set of scales.

    Thank you for sharing.
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    ^What he said^
    Super cool.
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    Me WANT!!!
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    What everyone is going to say....
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    Has the blade been made in Italy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    Has the blade been made in Italy?
    Yes.... Maestro Giovanni Zampini
    it is also among the few in the world, to work perforated steel ...
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    What is the steel in the blade, scales?

    I find him on Facebook. Some lovely works!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    What is the steel in the blade, scales?

    I find him on Facebook. Some lovely works!
    MA5M steel
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    Incredible! I'll bet one of those goes for a fortune though. Nice to see that razors like this exist!
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