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Chust knives

Chust is a town in Namangan region of Uzbekistan which is famous far beyond for its blacksmiths that inherited a distinguishing secret of knife making. Chust knives are valued for their lightness and yet firmness and durability with the tips of blades slightly curved upward and the end of handles bent downward. The material used for handles may vary from wood to bones or even animal horns. For people who are familiar with chust knives it usually means quality.