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Laguiole liner lock rose wood + leather sheath

119,00 €

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Closed lenght : 9.5 cm
Open lenght : 17.8 cm
12C27 stainless steel blade

Handle: rose wood
Hardness after cryogenic heat treatment. Liner-lock & blade 2.50 mm thick. Satisfying sound when opened & closed.
The knife is delivered in black cardboard presentation box with certificate of origin and lifetime guarantee.

Handcrafted in Thiers-France


A black sheath shaped in finest quality leather.
Finest quality leather with saddle stitch.
Laguiole bee imprint on the flap
Belt loop for vertical wear

Delivered with certificate of origin and lifetime warranty

Rosewood is often used for knife handles. Rosewood is found in large quantities all over the world.

In addition to being magnificent and affordable, this wood is sturdy, durable and extremely resistant to insects and weather conditions. Opting for rosewood for your Laguiole handle means benefiting from a knife which is both elegant and sturdy.

The use of rosewood in the production of personal items.
Genuine rosewood is highly sought-after for its density and its astonishing red/dark red colour. It has a very tight grain and tends to be rather heavy, but it is easy to work if you know how.

In addition to its beautiful colour, rosewood offers the additional quality of filling the air with its rose fragrance. This aroma remains in the wood for hundreds of years and can still be smelled in antiques when they are scratched or restored.

Indian Palissander is the rosewood most commonly used for high-quality musical instruments such as guitars. It is its unique colour and durability which explains why rosewood is so interesting for personal items. The rings and patterns found in the heart of the wood are incomparable, and these parts of rosewood are generally reserved for the production of guitar fret boards or knife handles, of course!

Did you know: This wood was originally used to make flowers in marquetry bouquets, which explains one of its English names “tulipwood”. Its French name "bois de rose" comes from its colour and aroma.

Simply wipe with a damp cloth to clean. Never place a knife with a wooden handle in a dishwasher.