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Laguiole Pocket Knife

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Laguiole Pocket Knife

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    A traditional Laguiole knife with a twist: you have to put it together. This do-it-yourself kit contains all the parts and instructions needed to create an elegant folding knife that can be sharpened and used as your go-to charcuterie knife.

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    The famous Laguiole knife comes from the Aveyron region of Southern France, and has enjoyed a sterling reputation for quality for nearly 200 years. This style of knife has transcended its beginnings as a humble farmer’s utility knife to become a trendy and trusted pocket knife for savvy city dwellers all over the world.

    Emblazoned with the D’Artagnan logo, this stainless steel knife offers all that history and more: the experience of making your own knife. Unlock the secrets of the Laguiole pocket knife as you put one together. A great gift for a handy DIY-er, this knife kit contains all the parts needed, as well as instructions for assembly. The wooden handle may be oiled or stained and finished to your own taste. Imagine how thrilling it will be to open the knife you made and slice charcuterie or cheese at a picnic. This kit makes a unique gift for food lovers, Francophiles or anyone who appreciates quality cutlery.

    Just the facts

    • Knife measures 7.5 x 6 inches
    • 1 semi-sharpened stainless steel blade
    • 2 pre-drilled plates (one left and one right) with front and rear bolster
    • 2 wooden slabs
    • 1 spring, a set of rivets and screws
    • 1 manual with instructions for assembly
    • Black presentation box
    Our Knife Kit

    If you admire the famous Laguiole knives from France, here’s a chance to make one yourself. You’ll receive all the parts needed to assemble a quality knife with a wooden handle and the distinctive curved blade. This knife kit is the ultimate gift for a do-it-yourselfer, or a gadget-mad cook.

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