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Огромный гаучо.

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Alimar was a small workshop based in the city of Tandil, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina in the 1950´s.

Its owners were Mr. Alí and Mr. Marquina, thus producing the Alimar brand.

Traditional gaucho knives have handles and scabbards in silver o alpacca, but stag and as this case shows, antelope horn, are quite common also.

A long blade like this (looks 30 cm to me) and thick metal (6 mm) are specifications well considered for gaucho knives.

Nice piece!

Alberto from Argentina

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кухонный нож больше напоминает, со всеми его достоинствами. 

Вроде бы (если склероз не изменяет), они от европейских кухонников и произошли.

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