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Laguiole en Aubrac - Olive Wood
Laquiole en Aubrac Champagne Sabre


The original Laguiole sabre, since 1829 in Laguiole France
  • Olive Wood Handle
  • 12 C 27 “Sandwik” Stainless Steel
  • Black Metal Presentation Case
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Product Code: CMS99OLI-HZB1


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Description Technical Specs
The main quality criteria of local craftsmanship
- Individually hardened by hand
- Shaping and fitting are done by hand and to the craftsman’s eye.
- Each knife is assembled from start to finish in one sequence and by a single craftsman
- Hand decoration of the blade

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 (cow 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.

The Working of Precious Woods
From brut log to handle sized pieces
Easy to work, wood was quickly adopted as a material for the “Laguiole”. While the cutlers of yesteryear were limited to local species, however, today’s creativity and designs call for exotic and precious woods such as those used for marquetry.
These models are a joy to collectors and stand as visible testimony to the perfect marriage of steel, brass, stainless steel and wood.

Crafted pieces displaying the individual skill of each cutler
Each cutler has his own hand decoration. Laguiole en Aubrac crafted pieces bear the stamped signature of its cutlers on each forged spring-plate.

The History
The first Laguiole knives were inspired by the Arabo-Hispanic knife, the Navaja. Local men who migrated to Spain in winter as pit-sawyers brought this knife back as souvenirs. Local cutlers and tinkers blended the Navaja with a local knife of the time, the Capouchadou, thus creating what came to be known as the Laguiole.
Laguiole Craftsmanship
  • Blade Length 10 – 3/4″
  • Blade Width Approx. 3/4″
  • Blade Steel 12 C 27 “Sandwik” Stainless Steel
  • Handle Grip Olive Wood
  • Handle Length 5 – 1/4″
  • Total Length 16″
  • Blade Weight 1lb. 10 oz.
  • Shipping Weight 4lb. 0 oz.
  • Origin France
  • Features
    • The original Laguiole sabre, since 1829 in Laguiole France
      • Olive Wood Handle
      • 12 C 27 “Sandwik” Stainless Steel
      • Black Metal Presentation Case

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      0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
    Awesome Champagne saber May 19, 2017
    Reviewer: Jacob Chapman from Castro Valley, CA United States  
    Great product, really good craftsmanship. Customer service was superb and we received the saber on schedule.

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    Could not be happier April 24, 2017
    Reviewer: Katie from Oakland, CA United States  
    Not only did they help me pick out the perfect saber for my fiancé, they engraved it beautifully and it arrived early.

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