Deejo Latino Skull Tattoo Pocket Knife features a specifically stylised skull, commonly associated with the Mexican celebration of The Day of the Dead.
The skull as an object of reverence dates from before the time of the ancient Aztecs. Its use can be as a celebration of loved ones passed (sic), or as a promise of resurrection.
Mexico’s artists, such as Frieda Kahlo and Diego Rivera were famed for extending the meaning of the Skull motif in their artworks. A Latino Skull tattoo uses skin as its canvas.
The Latino Skull also works well on this knife with its black granadilla hardwood handle. There’s a belt clip, and a linerlock mechanism to open and close easily. The blade is in 420 stainless steel.
Specifications: length = 20.5cm (open), 11cm (closed) ; blade width = 0.9cm; total weight = 37gms (further details at https://www.thegoodstore.com.au/l162-0/home-and-away/deejo-tattoo-pocket-knife/ )