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Laguiole En Aubrac Pate Knife Boxwood
Each authentic Laguiole Piece is unique. There are 109 production steps for each cheese knife. Let’s have a closer look at the path of the raw materials in a craftsman’s hands. This long process is what distinguishes true craftsmanship from mass production, and guarantees the unique qualities of each piece.
Step One. The Blade.
Each piece is Individually hardened by hand. The shaping and fitting are done by hand and to the craftsman’s eye. Each piece is assembled from start to finish in one sequence and by a single craftsman. The blade and tang is all hand decorated.
Step 2. The Horn Work.
The first “Laguiole” knives had handles made of bone or horn, the materials most available at the time. Although this material provides a wide range of natural colors and patterns, one should note that there is a great difference in quality between the material taken from the tip of the horn (horn tip), and the lower hollow section (pressed horn). The solid horn from the tip displays a much finer, more nuanced and harmonious pattern than horn taken from the softer, more fragile lower section.
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