Laguiole en Aubrac Essential Knives (3-Piece Set)
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Omne trium perfectum.
Everything is better in threes, and these knives are no exception. Made by the most renowned knife-makers in France, this set of knives includes a chef’s knife and two paring knives—the big three of the kitchen. The super-strong blades are made from Swedish Sandvik steel, and the hand-carved knife handles are made from a subtly aromatic, richly mottled matte juniper. Plus, they come in a magnetic wood box for storage box, which makes this set the perfect gift for a young chef building their first kitchen, or as a celebration of an experienced chefs’ achievements.
Photography by Bobbi Lin, Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
The blades are forged from Swedish Sandvik stainless steel. The handles are hand finished juniper wood.
3 Piece Set includes: 4" Paring Knife: 7.95"L (3.95" blade), 6" Paring Knife: 10.25"L (5.9" blade), and 8" Chef's Knife: 15.75"L (7.9" blade)
Care & Notes -
To protect the blades, avoid cutting on hard surfaces like stone, metal, or glass. Knives should be handwashed with warm soapy water and dried immediately. You can sharpen these knives at home with a whetstone.
Meet the Maker
Recognizable by the distinctive bee on the knives’ spring plate (where the handle meets the blade), Laguiole en Aubrac is one of the most famous knife-makers in the world. The iconic French brand first started making knives in 1829, and its commitment to quality has been unflagging ever since. Each knife is handcrafted by a single artisan, from start to finish, guaranteeing a unique and truly special product.View Full Profile
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