The Laguiole Juniper Steak Knives (Set of Four)

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Ships as a set of four steak knives.

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Intricate details adorn the handle of each knife.

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Blade length of each knife is 4.5".

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Juniper wood handles with solid brass cold-stamped bolsters.

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The Laguiole Juniper Steak Knives (Set of Four)

The traditional French cattleman's knife is worthy of the finest steak. Steaks will rise to the occasion when they see these knives adorning a table seating. And what better gift to any carnivore?


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The traditional French cattleman's knife is worthy of the finest steak. Steaks will rise to the occasion when they see these knives adorning a table seating. And what better gift to any carnivore?

Story

The traditional French cattleman's knife is worthy of the finest steak. Steaks will rise to the occasion when they see these knives adorning a table seating. And what better gift to any carnivore?

The Laguiole (pronounced Layol) originated as a French herdsman's knife and were first commercially produced in 1829. This set of four steak knives were hand-made in the forge at Laguiole, France. The details and craftsmanship of this knife are unrivaled: be it the distinct juniper handles or notice the imperial bee on the spine of each knife, a longstanding symbol of loyal service in the South of France, or the cross of rivets which, as the story goes, allowed a cattleman not able to attend Sunday church to plant his knife into the ground and pray.

Specs
  • Set of four steak knives
  • Hand-riveted
  • Handle length: 4.75"
  • Blade length: 4.5"
  • Overall Length: 9.25"
Materials
  • Sandvik Stainless Steel 12C27 Blade
  • Juniper wood handles
  • Solid brass cold-stamped bolsters
Origin
  • Made in France