Limousin knife |
Model n° RARSTMA11108
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Closed Length : 10 cm
Olive wood handle decorated with 3 brass rosettes.
2 brushed stainless steel bolsters.
Forged stainless steel Spring and fly.
12C27 Stainless steel blade
Blade open length: 8 cm
Blade thickness 2mm
Delivered in a black cardboard gift box with certificate of origin and guarantee
Artisanal French making
Originally from La Vienne, the St. Martin has the distinctive feature of being one of those rare knives not to have come from the farming community.
According to some 19th century documents, it was used in particular by clergymen.
The St. Martin has always been a sturdy knife with a solid bolster. The oldest model to be found in the archives was made by Alphonse St-Joanis-Mondière (1883-1948). It sported a bird’s beak handle and 6 stainless steel rivets decorated with exposed rosettes.