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 French cow-boys. Its design is inspired by the Turkish yatagan and local workers knives. Today, it is mainly a symbol of prestige as well as a fine blade to carry in one's pocket.
Laguiole is a world famous French company, known for its high-quality products, principally for its iconic knives. Laguiole knives are often copied, but never matched. Every piece is made with oustanding materials, from the tip of the blade to the handle. A true tradition of excellence.
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