Laguiole freemason knife juniper burl handle with corkscrew
Laguiole freemason knife juniper burl handle with corkscrew
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  • Laguiole freemason knife juniper burl handle with corkscrew
  • Laguiole freemason knife juniper burl handle with corkscrew
  • Laguiole freemason knife juniper burl handle with corkscrew
  • Laguiole freemason knife juniper burl handle with corkscrew

Laguiole freemason knife juniper burl handle with corkscrew

Laguiole pocket knives | LCHFMA12213IN

The traditional Laguiole ‘Bee’ spring has been replaced by a symbol maconnic.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.

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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

  • Laguiole Freemason's knife with corkscrew 
  • Juniper burl handle (scented)
  • Freemason emblem decoration replaces the traditional bee
  • Stainless steel spring, handcrafted
  • Stainless steel blade 12C27 and bolsters
  • Closed size: 12 cm
  • Delivered in black box with certificate of origin and lifetime warranty
More about Juniper Wood

Juniper wood (Juniperus Oxycedrus), also known as ‘cade’,  is a highly fragrant species and varying in tone from warm reddish-brown hues to yellow.

Thanks to its durability and fine grain, it was formerly used for the manufacture of spindles, sculptures, musical instruments, tool handles, walking sticks and, of course… knives!

Did you know?

This wood has many uses as well as medicinal virtues. It is actually a powerful antiseptic, which was used for fumigation purposes until the 19th century for driving away disease.

The oil extracted from the wood has tried and tested healing properties.

There is even the National Genever museum in Hasselt, Belgium, where you can learn all about this life source!

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