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KNIFE KNOWLEDGE

Blade types

Below we provide an overview of the most popular types of blade profiles, keeping in mind that there are many variants, modifications and combinations of the various profiles, making it sometimes difficult to classify them uniquely.

Phurpa

The Phurpa is a ritual object rather widespread in Asian countries that have been influenced by Tibetan. Sometimes called "dagger sacred" the Phurpa was used in rituals by high level tantric practitioners, to fight evil spirits and to destroy obstacles.

Generalities on steels

Steel can be defined as an iron-carbon alloy with a carbon content less than 2.06%. In practice, however, other elements are always present in non-negligible quantities, so to constitute a complex alloy.

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