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Sanjo #274/300

by Editions G, Poggetti, Guy

SKU 1085864

Date Added 02/09/2024

# Available 1

Price $395.00


Folding knife, satin finish on M390 steel blade, ball bearing system, liner lock, grade 5 Titanium scales, carbon fiber handles, reversible titanium clip, comes in a zipped cordura pouch

Limited run of 300 numbered pieces, comes with a certificate of authenticity.


In order to produce quality knives, each collaboration starts with friendship, passion, and above all mutual respect.

Guy Poggetti had all the basics to become an excellent knifemaker: a grandfather who was boilermaker, an education in mechanical engineering, then electrician in industrial equipment, but also painter trained at Beaux Arts… All the ingredients are here to combine a serious design with an irreproachable mechanics!

Initially self-taught, Guy will train with all the information he will get from different forums.

It is especially the forge that fascinates him, particularly the realization of damascus, that he certainly takes more pleasure to accomplish, than his happy customers to acquire.

First “free artist” in 2008, then full-time knifemaker since 2012, Guy has a clean style, personal, immediately recognizable, as his logo inspired by the aurochs painted on the walls of caves by our forefathers.

Guy declines a range of fixed and folding knives, liner, piedmontese or frame locks, with titanium plates, blades in carbon or stainless steel.

His bestseller, the Sanjo, takes its name from a small Japanese town in the Niigata region, rich in cutler crafts.

Portrait Guy

Guy Poggetti

The Sanjo by Guy Poggetti, custom prototype od the collaboration

The Sanjo comes in a zipped cordura pouch with authenticity certificate


Comes with original zipper case and COA. Excellent condition. 

Product Details

Blade Length 3.5

Overall Length 7.875

Closed Length 4.375

Weight (oz) 3.6

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Tip Up Clip, Tip Up Carry, Reversible Clip

Blade Material M390

Blade Details Upswept/Trailing

Handle Material Carbon Fiber

About the Maker

Editions G
Editions G

"Gregory Pohl has designed and created Editions G while keeping that approach in mind. Gregory has been a knife enthusiast since he was a child and he is now renowned in the world of French cutlery, especially as the organizer of the Euro Knife Show, which takes place every year in Strasburg. He is fascinated by the different techniques of handmade production, and works with renowned craftsmen from Europe and beyond. His passion has become his job and inspired him to offer a range of unique knives. It’s simple: renowned craftsmen are carefully chosen for the quality of their work. Each of them designs a knife, which is then produced in a numbered and signed limited edition. Four series are edited each year."