Wood box of Laguiole bread knife stainless steel bolster wood handle
Due to chrismas holidays of our factory, products order with a personal engraving can only be shipped from 5 january 2021.
Bread is on every French table and it deserves its knife! Discover our Laguiole bread knife.
The Laguiole form takes its name from the village of the same name, in Aveyron, where it was born. It is characterized by its curved handle and bee forged on the spring.
The blade of this bread knife has teeth, which allows to cut the bread very easily, without breaking the crust.
The handle comes in several models: exotic wood, ebony wood, juniper wood, rosewood. Each model is decorated with a stainless steel bolster.
For breakfast, snack or simply at the end of the meal, complete your service with our cheese knife set, in order to make and taste good toasts.
Our Laguiole bread knives are 100% made in France and were manufactured in the workshop of Master Craftsman and Cutler Claude Dozorme.
The blade of this bread knife is made of high quality steel X50CrMoV15, the grinding is precise and the re-sharpening is therefore easy.
Of very good quality, this steel is composed of:
• 0.50 of carbon that allows an excellent blade cutting edge and clean cutting.
• 0.15 of chromium which makes the steel completely stainless.
• 1% of molybdenum and vanadium for the flexibility of the blade and therefore easy re-resharpening.
This kitchen accessory are made in France in Thiers, the French capital of cutlery, by skilled 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 2,95" / length 13,58" / height 1,18"|
|Package:||delivered in beech wood box|
|Care instructions:||Not dishwasher safe. Softly wash the blade and dry it immediately. Never leave the knife into the water.|
|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)|