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Here you will find the best of Laguiole High-End Artisanal French Cutlery, its forged tableware, kitchen items and folding knives, in a wide range of materials and finishes, as well as a range of products created by the greatest Designers (Starck, Wilmotte….)

All our items are entirely handmade.

For a unique and exceptional item, consider asking us for an engraving. Your name and/or a symbol that will make your purchase more personal!

Laser engravings are carried out by us as soon as you order and do not generate any additional delays.

We are at your complete disposal by email or via our chat to respond to any special requests, questions and comments.

Fast response guaranteed.

With our thanks,


Richard and Véronique

How to choose your Laguiole knife?

With or without a corkscrew?

First, you need to know if you want a 1 piece Laguiole knife (single knife with blade)
or a 2-piece Laguiole knife (knife with blade and corkscrew).
The original knife was a simple knife with a blade. Purists often prefer this version
because the shape of the Laguiole knife is preserved with purity.
Historically, the corkscrew was added to the knife around 1880 following the move to Paris of the Rouergats to work as lemonade makers.
It is therefore important to think about whether or not the corkscrew is useful because the grip on the knife is less good than with a simple knife.


The size of the Laguiole knife.
It is possible to choose several knife sizes ranging from 8 to 14 cm.
Please note that the size mentioned represents the size of the closed knife.

For example :

A 10 cm Laguiole knife will have a handle of 10 cm, a blade of 8.4 cm and therefore a total size of 18.4 cm
A 12cm knife will have a 12cm handle, a 12cm blade, a 10cm blade and a total length of 22cm.

The 10 cm knife will often be used as a pocket knife. It is often associated with a more feminine knife.

The usual size is that of the 12 cm knife. This is an ideal size for use as a table knife.

Finally, larger sizes are for larger hands !!


How to recognize a real Laguiole knife handcrafted in the area of origin ?

Laguiole is the name of a village located in the Aubrac region of France. Laguiole knives have been made there since the 19th century.
After the First World War, cutlery workshops in Thiers began making Laguiole knives. Some starting to manufacture knives industrially.
This is why today it is important to differentiate between a good Laguiole knife and a bad Laguiole knife.
On you will find only the best Laguiole manufacturing workshops, namely, Forge de Laguiole made within the village of Laguiole,
“Laguiole en Aubrac” items manufactured in the Laguiole area of origin in Espalion, “Laguiole Arbalète” items, a workshop existing since 1829, manufacturing exceptional knives in Thiers.


The best thing is to buy your Laguiole at the right price.
There is no miracle, if you buy an inexpensive product, you can be sure that the finish will be mediocre. the price of a Laguiole knife being essentially due to the quality of the materials and the quality of finish. This depends on the time spent making each knife.

It is also important to buy your Laguiole knife on a trusted site. Thus, the site was created in 1997 and provides satisfaction to thousands of customers daily in France and around the world.

We offer you engraving as well as delivery costs in France without any minimum order.

In addition, we are at your disposal for any further information.


Do not hesitate to contact us via our contact page. You will have an immediate response.

We wish you a good visit.


Richard and Véronique

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