Laguiole Bird knives |
Model n° OISEAPOLVPADAM
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Two-tone handle: palissander and olive wood, 8 mm thick slabs
Damascus stainless steel blade composed of 120 layers
Closed length : 12 cm
Opened length: 21.5 cm
Hardness: 56 Hrc
Weight: approximately 90 g
Bladestop: in order not to damage the edge of the blade
Made in France
+ sheath shaped in finest quality leather
Delivered with certificate of origin and lifetime warranty
Laguiole Bird knives are appreciated for their original shape and elegance. They offer an alternative to folding knives with a traditional handle. People also like them because they are suitable for large and small hands with their design being perfect for women and men alike.
This knife with a unique style delights those who appreciate great blades and who are looking for a perfect finish with an elegant and original design.
With this Damascus blade model, you can enjoy the very essence of the tradition of knife-making in the palm of your hand. Damascus, a demanding steel forging process which creates a unique effect, a harmonious blend of materials with smooth and light olive wood and dark brown fragrant rosewood… An example of the great art of knife-making!
Did you know: it is impossible to have two same Damascus blades. The designs obtained by the reaction resulting from the encounter between laminated steel and acid is random and always a surprise. Therefore, you are always guaranteed a blade that is completely unique!
Who to offer a Damascus blade Laguiole bird knife?
Offering a Damascus blade bird knife is a connoisseur’s decision. Generally, a knife of this quality is offered to those who appreciate beautiful objects, a person you love dearly and who you want to treat with a unique gift.
How to care for a Damascus blade knife
As for all knives with wooden handles, avoid immersing the handle in water regardless of its temperature. Just wipe the handle with a damp cloth to remove any dirt.
In terms of the Damascus blade, use the services of an experienced knife specialist to sharpen it so as to avoid tarnishing the magnificent arabesque designs.