Durand Folding Knife Olive Wood
The term Laguiole refers to both provenance and the style of a knife. The knives are produced entirely in the French village of Laguiole according to a tradition dating back to 1828. The bee, one of the symbols of an Original Forge de Laguiole knife, is carved with a file and an engraver. The legend goes that the Napoleonic imperial symbol was attributed to the citizens of Laguiole by Emperor Napoléon himself as a tribute to their courage shown in the services to the emperor. This folding knife made of olive wood is an excellent piece with a lot of history to add to your collection.
|Brand||Laguiole Honore Durand|
|Age Range (Description)||Adult|
|Blade Material||14C28 Blade|
- Made in Laguiole, France
- The company is recognized as a living heritage workshop by the French state for excellence of their tradition and know-how.
- Each knife is made from start to finish by one cutler and the company has been family owned and operated for the last 30 years.
- The handle is made from olive wood
- Sandvik 14C28 Steel Blade