Wood box of 6 Laguiole fish forks stainless steel bolster ivory handle
Due to summer holidays of our factory, products order with a personal engraving can only be shipped from 24 août 2021.
For the service of fish during your receptions, opt for our box of 6 fish forks Laguiole.
This set consists of 6 fish forks. These forks have three large teeth that allow the fish to be easily grasped, even those whose flesh is delicate and crumbly.
The blade of these table accessories is designed in a very high quality steel X50CrMoV15 that brings cutting edge, stainless steel and easy of resharpening to the steel.
In addition to their practicality, these very aesthetic Laguiole shaped cutlery will make very beautiful presentations alongside your fish at large (and small) receptions.
The handle of these cutlery for fish is in ivory handle. They each have a stainless steel bolster.
Combine these forks with our fish knives, so you have a complete service for tasting fish.
Our aesthetic table accessories are handcrafted in France, in the workshops of Master Craftsman and Cutler Claude Dozorme.
The steel used in the manufacture of these fish forks is a very high quality X50CrMoV15 steel, which consists of:
- 0.50 of carbon giving the edge
- 0.15 of chromium making stainless steel
- 1% of molybdenum and vanadium which makes the blade flexible.
All our artisanal products are made in France. Each stage of production, from the design of the model to its assembly, is carried out in our workshop Claude Dozorme, by craftsmen trained in traditional and artisanal manufacturing methods.
|Blade:||high quality stainless steel X50CrMoV15 (0,50% of carbon, 15% of chrome, 1% of molybdenum, 1% of vanadium)|
|Box dimensions:||width 5,51" / length 10,04" / height 1,38"|
|Package:||delivered in beech wood box|
|Care instructions:||Dishwasher safe (maximum 55°C)|
|Guarantee||against defects in material and workmanship and in the limit of a good use and a good care of the product for a period of 2 years commencing on the date of original purchase (invoice from La Grande Coutellerie required)|