Coltellerie Berti Mozzetta Italian Regional Knife | Ox Horn

By Coltellerie Berti


The Mozzetta Italian Regional Knife by Berti has a pointless blade, or "cut" blade as the name translates to. This knife style became popular after a law passed in 1908 that prohibited knives with pointed blades longer than 4 centimeters (about 1.5"). Due to the Giolitti law of 1908, this knife was created, and the blade limit for the Mozzetta style were 10 cm, (about 4 ") allowing people to carry a longer blade "by law" thus increasing its popularity.

Regional knives are pocket knives that have a distinct style based on what region the knife comes from. There are 20 regions in Italy, and each region produces a different knife style.


  • Knife type: Regional knives
  • Handle material: Ox horn
  • Blade type: Laser cut blade
  • Handle Type: With plates
  • Handle Color: Horn
  • Handle Finish: Shiny
  • Blade finish: Mirror polished
  • Blade Material: Stainless steel X50CrMoV15
  • Total length: 6.3"
  • Blade length: 2.6"
  • Knife weight: 30 grams