Stylized Black & White pocket knife
Street art, born in the streets of New York in the 1970s, has become an essential global artistic movement.
The handle of this piece of cutlery pays homage to the iconic neighborhoods of the Bronx, Brooklyn and Harlem, birthplaces of urban art and graffiti, as well as the city that never sleeps.
With its sleek design and elegant black and white contrast, this pocket knife embodies style par excellence.
A knife forged by Thiernois know-how
The retractable folding blade inside the handle of Le Coq Français knives is made of Z40C13 stainless steel. The handle and blade, both finished in satin, feature clean lines. The handle is sublimated by printing, thus offering superb black and white contrasts. Each component, from the blade to the plate and the stainless steel handle, is of 100% French origin, entirely machined in Thiers, the capital of cutlery. The assembly and sharpening of Le Coq Français knives are also carried out by hand in France, in Thiers.
The mechanism of Le Coq Français folding knives is based on a liner located at the heel of the blade, decorated with an openwork design of the rooster.
Each folding knife is accompanied by its elegant black case, stamped with the Le Coq Français seal. You will be able to take your faithful companion everywhere with you in complete safety.
Your Le Coq Français knife reinvents the codes of New York street art culture. Thanks to a demanding printing technique, this black and white fresco reveals all its nuances.