A small time line with prizes, interviews, videos and the biggest exhibitions. A window to what we are today, Antigua Fragua Argentina.

Salon de la Chasse et de la Faune Sauvage de Rambouillet 2017

From May 24 to 27, 2017, one of the most important hunting fairs in Europe, the Salon de la Chasse et de la Faune Sauvage de Rambouillet, was held in Mantes-La-Jolie, France. We had the pleasure of participating for the 8th consecutive year along with major brands...

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Feria Internacional de Artesanias – La Rural 2016

In December 2016 we had the opportunity to hold the International Handicrafts Fair in La Rural, Buenos Aires. Hundreds of artisans from all provinces showed their works in different areas, including several smiths. We were pleased to be recognized with the First Prize...

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Vigencia Magazine

We were pleased to receive the journalists of the renowned magazine Vigencia, enjoy the note!

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1° Contemporary cutlery – Fondo Nacional de Artes

On September 4, 2014, the National Handicrafts Competition of the Fondo Nacional de las ARrtes was held, in which I was fortunate to be awarded with the 1st prize on Contemporary knife item. The work presented was, the "Chelco", a damascus steel blade twisted of 3...

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SICAC 2009

October 2 & 3, 2009: the 20th edition of the SICAC (Salon International du Couteau d’Art et de Collection) took place at the “Maison du la Mutualite”, Paris, woth over 130 exhibitors from 23 different countries. It was a very enriching experience. It was the first...

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Man vs. meteorite

Video made a few years ago, where I forged a damascus steel knife of meteorite. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAbIf3Li1go

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1st Prize: Traditional knives – Forge

I gratitude with the 15° Salon Nacional de Creatividad y Diseño Artesanal authorities for awarding with 1° Prize: Traditional Knives - Forge - Metals sector and a special mention in order to value my work.  ...

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The Lord of the Knives

Guillermo Mendoza, "The Lord of the Knives". By Emilio Villarino Photos: Rafael Buding Published in Argentime Magazine, January 2009.

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