Le Thiers Pirou 12cm, buffalo horn

REF : 1127001

231.00

Le Thiers Pirou 12cm blade pocket knife by GOYON-CHAZEAU will seduce pocket knife lovers.
It also features, on the forged spring, the "Château du Pirou" hallmark, an emblematic nod to the oldest monument in Thiers.

It is presented here with a buffalo horn handle, a horn polished just for comfort but which deliberately retains its raw appearance with its irregularities so as not to be confused with black (cow) horn.

Length
22 cm
Folded length
12 cm
Width
1.5 cm
Weight
110 g
Finish
Matt
Blade length
About 9,5cm
Material
Horn
Steel
12C27 stainless
231.00
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An iconic knife

Le Thiers Pirou

Le Thiers Pirou by GOYON-CHAZEAU answers all specifications, authenticity, traceability and territoriality requirements, requested by the Confrérie du Couteau de Thiers which protects the trademark :

  • 100% French handcraft production in our workshop
  • Forced notch
  • Forged hardened blade in 12C27 Sandvik stainless steel
  • Full blade cutting edge
  • Plunge line
  • 1 bolster
  • Rivets assembly
  • Handmade chiselling on a forged spring

Sold in paperboard box with full grain brown leather pouch

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Care instructions

We recommend wiping the blade by hand with a soft sponge.
Do not leave in prolonged contact with water, a heat source or chemical products.
Avoid strong temperature variations.
Store the knife in its pouch.

Remove any deposits of material that may slip inside the mechanism and affect the operation of the knife.

Sharpen the edge as soon as the knife seems to cut a little less well.

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Feeling from the workshop

The black buffalo crust that we shape comes from African buffalo, one of the “big five” species.
Marked by wild life and the struggles of the animal that carried it, it naturally presents, on a brown base, nuances of color and roughness that we highlight on our knife handles.