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The three-pieces Laguiole knife consisting of a blade, a corkscrew, and an awl is historical. It bears witness to the origins of the Laguiole knife, made for the farmers of the Aubrac plateau. The awl was originally used to pierce the bellies of animals. Today, it is used as a versatile tool, handy for various perforation tasks.
The three-pieces Laguiole en Aubrac knives are handcrafted following traditional practices. They feature two brass or stainless steel bolsters, positioned at the ends of the handle to protect the knife during everyday use. The cutler handcrafts a decoration for each knife on the spring called ‘handcarving’.

  • 12 CM
  • MATT

Laguiole knife glossary

Our designs

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The materials

Our material chart

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The workshop

A unique work of art for each Laguiole knife

A team of about thirty cutlers and carpenters work daily in the Laguiole en Aubrac workshops to perpetuate the cutlery tradition of our region.