Laguiole CHEESE KNIFE le BURON: some DESIGN with CHEESE ?! This superb Cheese Knife Le Buron from our cheese knife range was designed by the famous French designer: Benjamin Auzier for the manufacture Laguiole en Aubrac. Named by the same name as the stone buildings, with roofs covered with slate or slate which served as a place of manufacture and refining cheeses produced on site. With its frank and ergonomic shape, it exist in 3 materials. The blades are forged in one piece. The assembly, guilloche, adjustment and polishing of each model is done in one step by the same artisan cutler. It is in this long process of manufacturing that lies the difference between the industrial production and the French artisanal manufacture Laguiole en Aubrac. Laguiole en Aubrac - Cheese Knife Le Buron, Ebony wood A generous blade for cutting and serving, in 12C27 stainless steel. Size of the knife: Handle 15cm. Blade: 12.5cm. Minimalist Bee and Shepherd’s Cross on the handle. Blade called “pleine soie”: extension of the blade within the handle.
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|Country of production||France|
|Brand||Laguiole en Aubrac|