The South American cutlery, and particularly the Argentinean one, has preserved a long tradition which is clearly evident in its hand crafted production. The specific uses that the inhabitants of these lands have given to such noble tools involve countryside work (butchering, skinning and leather roping), big game
hunting, and fishing. Moreover, the traditional cuisine is defined by the boldness of its flavours, together with its varied richness in the different regions of the country. This transformed the knife into a true sharp extension of the creative hand.