eating is so badass i mean you put something in a cavity where you smash and destroy it with 32 protruding bones and then a meat tentacle pushes it into a pool of acid and after a few hours later you absorb its essence and transform it in energy just wow
That is the most metal thing I have ever read in my whole life.
- Dated: circa 1920
- Place of Origin: Europe/South America
- Measurements: knife length: 10.75in (270mm); blade length: 6in (150mm)
This is a South-American Gaucho knife, dated circa 1900, with a makers stamp of “El-Casco, Solingen”. It was probably made in Europe for the South American market. The knife itself has a short straight double edged blade. The iron hilt and scabbard are nickel/silver plated, with beautiful floral decoration, and a sculptural chape/pommel.
There’s a large loop on the top of the hilt and a belt clip on the scabbard. A simple Google search of ‘El-Casco’ reveals that this knife was probably made by a company of the same name and logo, established in 1920 in Basque country of Spain making firearms, but now make luxury desktop accessories.
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