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Home Products Pirate Auto

Pirate Auto

by Genovese, Rick, Pozzi, Daniele

SKU 1019542

Date Added 10/22/2020

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $32,000.00

Overview

This "Pirate" Auto by Rick Genovese was magnificently engraved by Daniele Pozzi. It features a Ladder Pattern Damascus blade with false top edge and 5 gold pin inlays. The handle has a 416 stainless steel frame with amazing "Pirate's Bounty" engraving, has 24kt yellow, pink, red, green and white golds inlaid everywhere as well as silver. It is inlaid with 1 pearl, 11 rubies, 17 diamonds including 1 black and 1 yellow, 5 emeralds and 1 sapphire. Has a gold toothpick at the butt with 3 diamonds. In the scene on the front, the pirate is holding a raw diamond. Comes with COA from the engraver written in Italian. This knife was made in 2018. This knife is truly stunning and you could spend all day looking at it and not see everything. Excellent condition. 

Product Details

Blade Length 4

Overall Length 10

Closed Length 6

Weight (oz) 12.8

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Blade Material Damascus

Blade Details Dagger, Spear Point

Handle Material Metallic, Stones & Minerals

Other Details Engraved

About the Maker

Genovese, Rick

It started with a piece of steel and some micarta in the back of my father's shop in 1975. I suppose I would be horrified by that first knife now. It was a rough piece of work with more things wrong than right, but that first ungainly knife did ignite something in me, and that something still burns 36 years later. Like everything, my interests have evolved over time. The early 90's were a turning point in my knife making, with my focus turning toward folding knives and the interframe type of knife. Adding stone inlays to my knives required that I add a new set of skills to my knife making, and rekindled my passion as well. Time marches on, and two decades later I find myself once again evolving, reworking my designs to include the larger pocket knives that my customer's are now asking for. Whether fixed blade or folding, making knives is what I do. I welcome all inquires regarding my knife making, and you will find multiple ways of reaching me on my contact me page. www.rickgenoveseknives.com

Pozzi, Daniele

Daniele Pozzi was born in Brescia in 1984. The son and grandson of painters, he’s developed a flair for drawing, modelling and moulding since his early childhood, and attended the Olivieri Arts High School in Sarezzo (BS), standing out in these subjects. After graduation in 2002, he followed goldsmith’s art classes at the C.A.P.A.C. Vocational School in Milan: embossing, chiselling, design, engraving and gem setting, with further apprenticeships in workshops of specialised craftsmen in Italy and, as regards gem setting, in Lyon and Vicenza.All his engravings are based on customised drawings, following a thorough research on subjects and ornaments. Once the drawing is transferred onto a object, various techniques are used to make the object more and more sophisticated: burin for details, hammer and awl to create a greater depth, chiselling to model a low-relief (both in steel and in gold), gold inlays (both pure and coloured) and gem setting (precious or semi-precious gemstones).