This french made Laguiole knifes stand in the long tradition of southern France's craftsmanship. This model has buffalo's blonde horn tip scales, a fileworked back as well as shiny 440 stainless steel blade and bolsters. The locking system is a traditional slip joint spring pressure system. A nice additional feature is the corkscrew at the back.
The Laguiole (Lah - Yull) is an iconic knife that - back in the late 18th century - was used to be the tool of the equivalent of southern france's cow-boys. It's design is inspired by the spanish yatagan and local workers kinves. Today, it is mainly a symbol of prestige as well as a fine blade to carry in one's pocket.
Laguiole is well-known for its high-quality products, principally for its knives. Laguiole knifes are often copied, but never matched. It uses original and outstanding materials to make the handles of their products. Made in France.
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