Laguiole-en-Aubrac is a renowned French brand that is responsible for restoring the cutlery tradition. The manufacture of the knife was reborn in the historical area since the 1980s and it was an activity that suffered a decline until the 1920s, due to the industrialization of Thiers knives. This was how eager to manufacture from the local artisanal tradition, Laguiole-en-Aubrac emerged in a small forge in the town of Montezic and three other artisans of the cutlery joined the initiative.
When local manufacturing was reactivated, they remained faithful to the traditions and that was what led the company to create workshops in the historical area combining knowledge with creativity and thus maintaining the quality of French cutlery internationally. Its products have an elegance that allows different variations. And its main sources of inspiration are found in the beauty and variety of natural materials. It is a company that guarantees artisanal manufacturing and uses the LOG (Laguiole Origine Garantie) seal that is engraved on the heel of the blade.
This Champagne saber is made in France with high quality materials such as buffalo horn and stainless steel. It is handmade by a master craftsman, and has a core that begins with the very sharp stainless steel blade and the Buffalo horn handle joins forming an incredible elegance and richness in the saber. It is an excellent gift for those who know about wines and comes with a gift box.
- Sandvick stainless steel blade
- Buffalo horn handle grip
- Handmade by a master cutler and signed along metal spine
- Includes gift box
- Made in France
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