I have often seen larger knives ( puñales ) still carried on the back in the usual tradition by country workers inside the boundaries of estancias and while riding their horses.The bolster (we call this integrally forged bolster botón, meaning "button which also appears in several early American Bowie knives and naval dirks as well as in European types, had a rounded shape in Uruguayan and Southern Brazilian knives, while in those used in the.3) Probably German, circa beginnings XIX century.

Puñal de prostituta

Stark se escabulle del castillo con la ayuda de Meñique, que había estado escondido allí mientras hacía creer a todos que partía hacia Nido de Águilas. Joto:No apenas la

It is also interesting to point out that in local common day language -e.g.A contradiction during conversation, the misunderstood use of a word, an erroneous comment about a woman present in the pulperia, or just about anything pronounced after having finished a couple of bottles of alcohol could be the invitation to prove who was better with the.

Thus, it is my personal belief that the presence of the "Spanish notch" responds to a less romantic or thrilling reason: it was more a cosmetic touch of the artisan who made the piece, reminiscent maybe of those European knives he might have seen, than.The finger inside the "half-moon notch" prevented the forward movement of the hand towards the blade edge and it also allows better control of the knife.The difference in name relates to the length of the blade which, in turn, conditioned the place of carrying.