Simple knife handle with or without spring. The term ''mozzetti'' indicates all knives without a point at the blade end.
The idea was to create a knife intended only for cutting. One that could be carried freely, quite different from the usual
pointed knife of the period. In the early 1900s, when the laws regarding knives were becoming more and more
restrictive and the Mozzetta was the solution.
There is also a variation of this knife with a concave blade (razor like) particularly indicated for delicate cuts.