Laguiole knife with Blond Horn handle and brass bolsters
Laguiole knife with Blond Horn handle and brass bolsters
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  • Laguiole knife with Blond Horn handle and brass bolsters
  • Laguiole knife with Blond Horn handle and brass bolsters
  • Laguiole knife with Blond Horn handle and brass bolsters

Laguiole knife with Blond Horn handle and brass bolsters

Without corkscrew | LCH09101

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Closed size: 11 cm
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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

  • Blond horn handle
  • 2 solid brass bolsters and 2 plates.
  • Swedish 12C27 stainless steel blade. 
  • Hardness 56-57 Hrc.
  • Stainless steel guilloche spring, 3 mm thick.
  • Weight: approx. 90 grams 
  • Handcrafted in France
  • Packaged in a black magnetic gift box
  • Comes with lifetime warranty and certificate of origin

The length of the handle determines the size of the knife:

-The closed length 9 cm (open size 17 cm) is suitable for a knife to be carried in a bag or pocket.

-The closed length of 11 cm (open size 20 cm) is suitable for all hands.

-The 12 cm closed length is best suited to a strong man's hand. 

More abour Light Horn

The horn that we use for the manufacture of our knives usually comes from the most solid part: the tip. Prior to use and depending upon the shape of the horn, it may be heat-treated.

It may be pale blonde in colour (cow horn) or plain blonde streaked with a dark beige (referred to as « burnished »).

Horn is a natural material and the handle of your knife may dry out after a few years and reveal its surface fibre. To prevent this from happening, feel free to oil the handle from time to time as if it were wood. To revive and soften the patina of time, simply use a very fine grade coachwork paper (P400), rub down the handle gently and evenly and polish it with linseed oil, for example.

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