Laguiole knife Corse with juniper burl handle
Laguiole knife Corse with juniper burl handle
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  • Laguiole knife Corse with juniper burl handle
  • Laguiole knife Corse with juniper burl handle
  • Laguiole knife Corse with juniper burl handle
  • Laguiole knife Corse with juniper burl handle
  • Laguiole knife Corse with juniper burl handle
  • Laguiole knife Corse with juniper burl handle

Laguiole knife Corse with juniper burl handle

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We guarantee this knife and its components for life. 

We deliver all over the world.

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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

  • Juniper burl handle, 8 mm thick slabs
  • Corsica emblem decoration replaces the traditional bee
  • Closed length : 12 cm
  • Opened length: 21.5 cm
  • Hardness: 56 Hrc
  • Weight: approximately 85 g
  • 12C27 Stainless steel blade
  • Stainless steel plates and bolsters
  • Spring: File work is done by hand (3 mm thick)
  • Bladestop: in order not to damage the edge of the blade
  • Delivered in a black gift box with a numbered lifetime warranty
  • French artisanal making
More about Juniper Wood

This wood is not at all popular with lumberjacks, as it is very hard to cut. It is so dense that it does not float and its heartwood is known to be rot-proof.

The smell of juniper wood is reminiscent of the sweet and spicy scent of pepper. Its smooth and shiny appearance brings out the natural beauty of the rings and veins of its roots.

A little background history...

Commonly known as "Cade", juniper wood is highly prized for its beneficial virtues.

In the Middle Ages, southern French farmers removed the embers from the hearth to repel insects and absorb odours. A fire made with cade wood is also a bactericide. In Antiquity, it was very common to use juniper for fumigation purposes to disinfect homes and even the streets to keep out the plague and cholera

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