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Model n° LCHBOT10110

Laguiole Bottine

85,00 €

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Lifetime warranty

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Rosewood handle
Closed length : 9.5 cm
Solid brass bolster representing a woman's boot
12C27 Stainless steel blade

Delivered in a leather pouch with red leather drawstring with certificate of origin and lifetime warranty

The shape of the handle suggest the curves of the female leg, and the bolster represents a woman's boot.
the choice of rosewood highlights the grace of this little knife.

After each use, wipe your knife clean with a damp sponge or cloth before wiping it dry.

Whatever you do, avoid using the abrasive side of the sponge so as to not scour your blade.

Never leave your knife to soak for any length of time, or its brightness and clear hues will be damaged.

Also avoid leaving your knife in contact with keys, coins and the like, for they would mark both blade and handle.

Did you know?

Peasants didn't used to wash the blades on their knives, simply wiping them on their work-trousers.
 

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Andrew M. published the 02/05/2019 following an order made on 02/05/2019

4/5

I love this delicate knife handmade and distinct my only concern is the tip of the blade is bent??? The stamping process ???otherwise an aesthetic asset in my collection highly recomend to my friends I will purchase a higher spec knife next time

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