Sommelier knife made of stainless steel in France with a matt finish by the traditional forge Laguiole en Aubrac. The curved handle of the knife is made of recycled oyster shells. Laguiole sommelier knives have been developed in collaboration with sommeliers and are solidly crafted to allow optimal uncorking.
- Material: stainless steel, handles made of oyster shells
- Length: ca. 12 cm / 4.7”
- Weight: ca. 120 g
- Each knife is unique and made of natural materials. Therefore the knife may vary slightly from the item on the photo.
- Not dishwasher safe
- Handmade in France
Laguiole en Aubrac is know for traditional forging. The company has been producing high-quality knives that are now world famous since the mid 19th century. Laguiole relies on craftsmanship and high-quality materials that guarantee durability. A Laguiole blacksmith carries out up to 216 work steps to manufacture one knife. Finally the back of the knife is decorated with the blacksmith's individual engraving, which is called "guillochage" and makes each knife unique. Laguiole's aspiration: to manufacture knives (and now also forks, spoons and more) that are passed in from generation to generation.
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