Free Mason's Laguiole |
Model n° LCHFMA12202
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Laguiole Freemason's knife with corkscrew
Black horn handle
Freemason emblem decoration replaces the traditional bee
2 solid brass bolster and plates, handcrafted
Stainless steel blade 12C27
Closed size: 12 cm
Delivered in black box with certificate of origin and lifetime warranty
The traditional Laguiole ‘Bee’ spring has been replaced by a symbol maconnic.
The square and compasses decorate the spring of this Laguiole knife.
Blade or spring can be personalised with the lodge's name or personalised with the owner's name
Small series production made by hand, with the desire to create nothing but a beautiful piece of work.
This is a return to the first Laguiole knives, when each knifemaker decorated the spring to his own taste.
Horn is a material that has been in use since ancient times. Our ancestors preferred it to wood due to its solidity and easy care and maintenance.
Black horn reminds us of the imposing stature of the buffalo: a robust, sturdy, dark-coated animal, which inspires admiration and respect. Usually very dark in colour, the horns may also vary from dark beige to even black.
Recommendations for lasting care and maintenance: Horn is a natural material, which does not require much daily care. With the passing time, however, the handle may dry out and reveal the surface fibre. To prevent this from happening, simply nourish your knife handle with a little oil as if it were wood.