Your Laguiole knife is entirely made by the artisanal Laguiole en Aubrac factory.
The blades, the spring, the massive shiny brass bolsters and the nails are made at the Laguiole en Aubrac forge.
Amourette, also called snake wood, is an exotic wood from South America. Its color varies from light brown to dark brown, with veined patterns or speckled with dark spots, hence its name.
It is a prestigious wood for cutlery, due to its unique appearance.
In addition to its aesthetic side, the snakewood is resistant to scratches and shocks, it is ideal for daily use.
In addition, your Laguiole knife in Amourette is a natural and renewable material and appeals to people who are committed to minimizing the ecological impact.
Snakewood is a difficult wood to work with, but it offers a smooth and shiny finish once passed through the hands of our cutlers.
The shiny brass bolsters add shine to the handle and make your Laguiole en Aubrac knife a luminous object to use on a daily basis or to put in your collection!
The corkscrew can be very useful to open or that you are a good bottle between friends!!
The brass shepherd’s cross is present on the handle of this Laguiole knife.
Please note, we use materials of natural origin and we draw your attention to the fact that the appearance of our products may vary for the same support.
This is what makes each finished product different.
Our photos are therefore not contractual.