On offer today is one of our exclusive collection of Laguiole Pen / Pocket Knives. The one in the image is the EXACT one that you will receive, in stock ready to be sent out. The Company that manufactures this knife – La Fidele is located in the Auvergne region in central France. Being a family company for decades, this company produces traditional Laguiole products such as pocket knives, steak knives & forks along with waiter’s knives. If you are looking for a reasonably priced and solid cutler shop with a compelling price/performance ratio – this is your best choice.
This particular knife features Real Horn tip Scales (otherwise known as Point de Corne Veritable) along with brass bolsters. Blade is marked Laguiole Le Fidele and ’12C27 FRANCE’. The Pocket Knife even has the original ‘Pointe de Corne Veritable’ sticker on the Blade. These are one off knives – once they have gone, they have gone! Please view all of our stock as we have some wonderful variations of horn colour.
Open Length: 20cm
Closed Length: 11cm
Weight: 76.6 Grammes
The piece is accompanied with a wooden presentation case for yourself or as a gift. We will also engrave this blade free or charge if you would like to personalise with a message or name – just get in touch.
The last 2 images show our exclusive collection/variations of Laguiole Pocket Knives.
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Kind Regards Lee
History on the Laguiole Knife – a long tradition of France.
Being manufactured in the Aveyron Region in south-west France, manufacturing of the Laguiole Style Knife dates back to around the 19th Century. Before the Laguiole knife style was created, most blades were open. These were detached knives called ‘Capouchadou’s’. Eventually, folding blades were created by forger & smith Pierre-Jean Calmels. Originally, the Spanish developed the folding knife in the 17th Century. The style, known as ‘Navajas’ (translating to mussel) was indeed shaped like a mussel and was a popular tool used across the coasts of Spain. When French Artisans travelled from the Aubrac region through Andalusia, the French discovered this style of knife and learnt its construction. This knowledge was then taken back to the Aubrac Region where the ‘Laguiole’ Knife took shape. A convenient knife that every man and woman carried at all times. Deemed popular due to being able to hide under clothes, it was the perfect tool. Years of experience has been invested into the manufacturing and development of the design, ensuring it is still as popular today as it was 300 years ago.