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2 solid brass bolsters and plates
12C27 stainless steel blade
Thickness: 3 mm
Hardness: 56-57 Hrc
Delivered in brown cardboard presentation box with certificate of origin and lifetime warranty
Closed length 9, 11 or 12 cm
French artisanal making
The 9 cm model slips into any purse or pocket.
Closed length: 9 cm, opened length: 17 cm
The 11 cm model fits any size of hand.
Closed length: 11 cm, opened length: 20 cm
The 12 cm is more suitable for a man’s hand.
Closed length: 12 cm, opened length: 22 cm
Its aspect and colour can vary, going from reddish-browns with blackish streaks to a light violet or to dark nearly black brown. This heavy and dense wood is naturally oily.
Palissander aka Rosewood is a precious wood that is easy to work but requires good know-how due to its relatively high density (850Kg/m3) and its resistance which blunts tools!
Several varieties of rosewood exist, all of the genus Dalbergia.
Indian palissander or Bombay blackwood is found in India and throughout Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos and Indonesia.
Sheesham, Indian rosewood is a species used in marquetry. It is also used as fuel wood and its shoots are used as tooth brushes. It originated from the Punjab and is the state and provincial tree of Punjab in India and Pakistan respectively.
The most mythical, Bahia rosewood or obuina is CITES listed (Washington Convention) and on the IUCN Red List. It only grows in damp forests of Southeastern Brazil.
The smell of Brazilian Bahia rosewood is incomparable. Its fragrance has characteristic soft flowery notes reminiscent of roses.
It has also been a favoured wood amongst makers of musical instruments for centuries. It is used to make pianos and stringed instruments such as guitars and violins to which it gives a unique sonority.
Madagascar rosewood, unique to the island of Madagascar, has violet to red or even blackish veins. Illegal logging and over-exploitation mean it is is endangered too.
Brazilian ironwood is sometimes compared to rosewoods due to its brown to red or even yellow veins.
Based on 10 customer reviews
Darryl J. published the 26/04/2022 following an order made on 10/04/2022
I was very pleased with the quality and price.
Darryl J. published the 14/04/2022 following an order made on 29/03/2022
Very pleased with the purchase of a quality item.
Anonymous customer published the 16/12/2020 following an order made on 01/12/2020
Beautiful workmanship, should last for years !
Anonymous customer published the 11/11/2020 following an order made on 22/10/2020
knife arrived rather dirty, and had a couple small marks on the brass.
Anonymous customer published the 30/05/2018 following an order made on 11/05/2018
Perfect in every way. I was given this model several years ago and recently passed it on to my son. I found that I missed it and ordered this one. It has the same quality and workmanship as my older one. The only improvement needed was in the packaging, which is now much improved. I recommend these knives to anyone wanting an elegant yet practical knife.
Anonymous customer published the 03/01/2018 following an order made on 05/12/2017
Anonymous customer published the 11/05/2017 following an order made on 23/04/2017
A well made and well crafted, would recommend.
Anonymous customer published the 16/02/2017 following an order made on 31/01/2017
Difficult to open and close. Hoping that the hinge will loosen up with use. Gorgeous workmanship!
Anonymous customer published the 30/09/2016 following an order made on 13/09/2016
Very eye catching knife people comment on what an attractive knife it is