This smithy started in 1879 with Iisakki Jarvenpaa who became official knifemaker to Czar Nicolas II. Today, these decorative styles belong to the Finnish National Costume and are one of the masculine symbols and jewelry of Finnish men. They are made in South Northland, a land of proud people who carry their knives daily as a symbol of freedom and independence.
ALL J-LINE TRADITIONAL PUUKKO KNIVES COME WITH FITTED LEATHER SHEATHS AND FEATURE STAINLESS STEEL BLADES.
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