Description from Flotsam & Fork
Navaja is a term used in Spain to describe folding knives, and this pocket-sized example is as nice as they come. Made of thoughtfully-shaped olive wood, each knife is punctuated with three brass pins, and because of natural variations in the wood, no two Navaja look identical.
Each Navaja features a hand-fashioned, petal-shaped carbon steel blade, leaf-ground to a satin finish. Like the kitchen knife, andculinary shears, this is a forever piece made by a third-generation knife smith in the small town of Solsona, Spain, not far from Barcelona. Each blade is hand-stamped.
You’ll reach for it at picnics, on hikes, or at the park. Small enough to tuck in a purse, knapsack, or pocket, we’ve used ours for slathering homemade butter, chopping just-picked chives and tarragon, diving deep into a jar of fruit compote, and chipping away at a wedge of Manchego. The handle fits four fingers, for a natural, comfortable grip.