Laguiole knife with Ebony Wood handle and brass bolsters
Laguiole knife with Ebony Wood handle and brass bolsters
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  • Laguiole knife with Ebony Wood handle and brass bolsters
  • Laguiole knife with Ebony Wood handle and brass bolsters
  • Laguiole knife with Ebony Wood handle and brass bolsters

Laguiole knife with Ebony Wood handle and brass bolsters

Laguiole pocket knives | LCH09111

The deep black of the ebony wood blends perfectly with the solid brass bolster.

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We guarantee this knife and its components for life. 

We deliver all over the world.

We will provide you with a return label within 30 days if this item is not to your liking

This knife can be re-sharpened by us at any time during its service life.

This knife comes with a certificate of origin attesting to its provenance.

About this item

  • Ebony wood handle
  • 2 solid brass bolsters and 2 plates
  • 12C27 stainless steel blade
  • Hardness 56-57 Hrc
  • Engine-turned stainless steel spring, 3 mm thick
  • Weight: approx. 90 grams
  • Handcrafted in France
  • Packaged in a black magnetic gift box
  • Delivered with lifetime warranty and certificate of origin

The length of the handle determines the size of the knife:

-The closed length 9 cm (open size 17 cm) is suitable for a knife to be carried in a bag or pocket.

-The closed length of 11 cm (open size 20 cm) is suitable for all hands.

-The 12 cm closed length is best suited to a strong man's hand. 

More about Ebony

Ebony has specific uses due to its particular properties (hardness, unusual colour, longevity), its price and its weight (extremely dense so very heavy).

It is nearly exclusively used for making small elements such as, for example, piano keys or knife handles. It is sometimes found adorning artistically crafted stringed-instruments or in the form of small and precious jewellery caskets or the like.

Ebony has been used since high antiquity for its colour, often to make small precious objects and more rarely furniture, in which it could be set in contrast with ivory or mother-of-pearl.

The use of ebony has continued through the ages and it has given its name in French to those who work it: "ébénistes" (furniture and cabinet-makers).

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