Fantoni is a high end Italian knife manufacturer. Founded by Renzo Fantoni, and based in Maniago with fellow Italian knife companies LionSteel and Viper, Fantoni has been quietly producing some of the best knives on the market. They have collaborated with a number of designers including Chris Reeve, William Harsey, and Dmitry Sinkevich.
I have had the pleasure of meeting the Fantoni family at blade show a few years. Their knives have a quality all of their own. Precise machining and tolerances, high end materials, and imaginative designs. Fantoni only produces limited quantities of their knives, and they are available exclusively at KnifeArt here in the United States.
Fantoni Knife Reviews
I am pleased to have reviewed a couple Fantoni knives over the years. I don’t see any of mine leaving the collection any time soon.
- Fantoni C.U.T. Review
The C.U.T. is a knife conceived by Dmitry Sinkevich and produced by Fantoni Knives. Sinkevich is an interesting Russian custom knife maker who creates a wide variety of designs, a folding version of this knife being ... continue reading
- Fantoni HB-01 Review
The Fantoni HB-01 is a collaborative design with William Harsey Junior. Harsey is a well known American designer and custom knife maker. He’s notably popular for producing several knives for, and with the collabora ... continue reading
- Fantoni Hide Review
Author’s Note: I wrote this introduction before I saw Dan’s review of the Pohl Force Mike One. Suffice to say that Andrew Gene has long been a scourge on the wallets of knife collectors. Buy the Fantoni Hide ... continue reading
- Fantoni Dweller Review
I have been holding out on you guys. Several years ago I purchased what is arguably my all time favorite gentleman's folder, and have yet to write a review on it. That is, until now. Buy the Fantoni Dweller at K ... continue reading
- Fantoni CUT Flipper Review
Last Updated: January 1, 2018 We are in the midst of another Italian Renaissance. This time around it's not a blossoming of politics and art, but of steel and titanium. The Italians are making some absolutely beautif ... continue reading