Laguiole en Aubrac Grill Set
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The three things grill-masters care most about in life? Their meat, their grill, and their tools. We can’t go to the butcher for you or fire up your grill, but we can let you in on this grilling set. Made by Laguiole, the most renowned knife-makers in France, this long-handled pallisander grilling set comes with tongs (perfect for flipping a rack of ribs), a long-tined fork (that lets you pierce meat without shredding it), a super sharp knife (with a hand-forged blade for the finest slicing), and a spatula (for getting even the crispiest bits off the grill). These tools come in a handmade leather roll-up carrying case, so you can store and travel with your grilling set in style (because the true grill-master knows there’s no off-season for grilling).
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
Swedish Sandvik stainless steel, handles are made from palissander. Storage case is made of leather.
Set includes a Grill Fork, a Grill Knife, a Spatula, Tongs, and a Leather Case. The knife and fork are 19"L, tongs are 16"L, spatula is 19.5"L; the leather case is 20"L.
Care & Notes -
Handwash with warm soapy water and dry immediately. Spot clean leather case.
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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