as a knive's designer (AD design is my logo), I'm interested in every kind of knives, including traditionals of course. Actually, I have a small collection of traditional knives, both European and American, and I love them for clean, utilitarian design and for the story behind them.
Here in Italy we have a lot of traditional knives, every region has one or more. One that I love so much is the "Fiorentino"
I'm also a huge fan of Spyderco knives: Spyderco means, for me, high-quality, no-nonsense knives availables for most of peoples. I especially like the Ethnic Series of Spyderco, so it was natural for me to think about a "Fiorentino for Spyderco"
I thought the "Fiorentino for Spyderco" draft as a Christmas gift for Sal Glesser, as I want to thank him for the stunning Spyderco knives I used in past years. Anyway Mr. Glesser, if you want to add to your Ethnic lines also the "Fiorentino", I'll be happy to.
Merry Christmas to all of you,