Laguiole 1900 pocket knife, mustard mammoth molar

REF : FE_LA1900_MAMMOUT

1,090.00

This LAGUIOLE folding knife has a Vinland stainless steel damascus blade, the name given to a Canadian territory discovered by the Vikings.
The full handle, made from mammoth molars, mustard yellow tinted , presents shades of yellow, brown, black and white.

Mammoth molars come from the frozen ground of the Arctic regions of Europe and North America.
It is coloured and stabilised to highlight the different layers that make up its beauty and value.

Length
22 cm
Folded length
12 cm
Width
2.2 cm
Weight
122 g
Finish
Brilliant
Blade length
About 10cm
Material
Mammoth
Steel
Stainless damascus steel
1090.00
Laguiole 1900 pocket knife, damascus, mustard mammoth molar handle Laguiole 1900 pocket knife, damascus, mustard mammoth molar handle
A knife of excellence

Laguiole 1900

This Laguiole knife with forced notch is a unique and exceptional piece.

The various stages in the manufacture of this knife (assembly, adjustment, shaping, polishing, sharpening) were carried out by hand in our workshop in the Thiers region, the French cutlery capital:

  • 100% French handcrafted production in our workshop
  • Stainless Damascus blade in Damasteel DS93X “Vinland” steel which, after grinding and revealing, reveals a highly appreciated abstract and irregular pattern.
  • PLunge line
  • Full grinding
  • Brass sides chiselled by hand
  • Stainless steel double sides chiselled by hand
  • Yellow layers
  • Forged chiselled spring with the 1900 GOYON CHAZEAU bee
  • Handle in mustard yellow stabilised mammoth molar
  • Stainless steel rivets assembly

Sold in a black gift box with a beige full-grain leather pouch

Laguiole 1900 pocket knife, Vinland damascus blade Laguiole 1900 pocket knife, Vinland damascus blade

Care instructions

We recommend wiping the blade with a soft sponge.
Epicureans can take the gesture a step further by wiping the blade with a drop of wine.

Avoid getting the handle wet.

Dry immediately.

Laguiole 1900 pocket knife, mustard mammoth molar handle Laguiole 1900 pocket knife, mustard mammoth molar handle

Feeling from the workshop

Layers are used in knife making because they greatly reduce the amount of slack in the handle material.
They are also an aesthetic element that helps to highlight the material.