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Home Products C-Lock Folder

C-Lock Folder

by Esposito, Emmanuel

SKU 1018590

Date Added 11/03/2020

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $12,000.00


This C-Lock by Emmanuel Esposito features a hand rub satin finished blade with a false top edge. The handle has a satin finished stainless steel handle with C-Lock push button with a black lip pearl inlay, inlays in the handle made up of black lip pearl and gold pins, satin finished stainless steel backspacer. A true masterpiece and work of absolute craftsmanship. Has clocked screws in the handle. Comes with a leather zippered case. Truly stunning. Emmanuel is probably one of the best makers in the game right now. Excellent condition.

Product Details

Blade Length 3.125

Overall Length 7.5

Closed Length 4.375

Weight (oz) 4.5

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Blade Material Unknown

Blade Details Upswept/Trailing, Straight Back

Handle Material Metallic, Pearl

About the Maker

Esposito, Emmanuel
Esposito, Emmanuel

Emmanuel Esposito was born near Torino, Italy in 1983 and spent much of his childhood in his family’s machine shop. His grandfather was a self-taught machinist, who hand built equipment like milling machines and lathes from scratch when there were very little resources after WWII. From him, Emmanuel first learned how to transfer ideas into a physical reality. Out of sheer practicality, Emmanuel decided to make a knife for himself when he was fifteen years old. After this first attempt, he sought out more information about knives through specialized magazines and books. From there he discovered the world of Fine Knives and then visited his first knife show in Milan. He has developed his unique style over the years using high-tech materials like carbon fiber and metal alloys along with traditional materials like gold and mother of pearl. “This combination of old and new, along with decorative techniques and mechanisms has led to the distinctive look of my work.” Some original features of his work include the evolution of the mosaic inlay: Using hundreds of tiny pieces of mother of pearl, Emmanuel hand-sorts and arranges each piece according to how it reflects the light. The result is a chromatic inlay that oscillates between light and dark with movement. His knives also house unique locking mechanisms, including the double C-lock, which he patented in 2010. Much of the final finishing on his work, like the angled beveling, straight graining and black polishing, were inspired by his interest in the detailed construction of mechanical watches.

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