Espirituak Mendian

A traditional shepherd’s knife designed as a jewel, a mountain shape, a mythological character and the metaphor of the Basque Three Crowns mountain, recalling a damask blade . A shape as minimal as it is functional, that results fom generations of shepherds’ wisdom. Times when a pair of broken wool scissors assembled with two nails to a sculpted ram horn would make a perfect foldable pocket knife.

Shepherd knife
Ewe horn, laser engraved stainless steel and aluminium
limited edition of 8 + 1 prototype

Joan Tarragó Pampalona


Christophe Lauduique, Jean-Philippe Arnedo

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Joaldunak project (Artzain collection)