Laguiole knife with Ebony and Boxwood handle
Laguiole knife with Ebony and Boxwood handle
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  • Laguiole knife with Ebony and Boxwood handle
  • Laguiole knife with Ebony and Boxwood handle
  • Laguiole knife with Ebony and Boxwood handle
  • Laguiole knife with Ebony and Boxwood handle
  • Laguiole knife with Ebony and Boxwood handle

Laguiole knife with Ebony and Boxwood handle

Stainless steel Laguiole range | LTE12111X12INM

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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

  • Two-tone handle: Ebony and Boxwood, 8mm thick slabs 
  • Closed length : 12 cm
  • Opened length: 21.5 cm
  • Hardness: 56 Hrc
  • Weight: approximately 90 g
  • 12C27 Stainless steel blade
  • Stainless steel plates and bolsters
  • Forged bee
  • 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.
Find out more about Ebony and Boxwood

Boxwood... 

Boxwood is a symbol of immortality as it is evergreen.

Resistant and hardwearing, box used to be a favourite for making spinning-tops, combs, flutes, etc.

Due to its beauty and unrivalled softness, boxwood is also regularly chosen to make spoons, spatulas and other kitchen utensils, without forgetting, of course, knife handles.

Ebony...

Ebony is at home in low altitude mountain forests, on relatively poor terrain, but it also needs strong heat to grow well.

Ebony is found in Madagascar, Gabon and India. Its use goes back to ancient times, by Egyptians for example, who used to make small precious objects with it. In Europe, its use is documented as early as the twelfth century.

Its name is the etymological origin of the French word "ébéniste" for the craftsman who makes furniture.

Polished, gleaming, smooth, mat or shiny, ebony is such a heavy and dense wood that it doesn't float!

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