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Brillant = glistening bolsters Only 500 units available worldwide The grain of the old olive wood and high-quality handiwork of the craftsman make this knife an timeless, unique masterpiece!
 
 
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Juniper wood with its light and warm colour shade graces not only the handle of this Laguiole knife, but also vents a delightful and fine fragrance!
 
 
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This genuine Laguiole knife has a handle manufactured from the horn of water buffalos!
 
 
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The ivory of the mammoth belongs surely to the most beautiful and impressive handle materials around. The wonderfully beautiful coloring of the material comes from the interbedding of different materials in the ground where the ivory was discovered. This gives this special knife coloration reminiscent of arctic ice floes.
 
 
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Brillant = Bolsters are polishedThe wood of the Amboyna tree, which was used for the handle scales of this knife, is considered to be one of the most valuable expensive woods used for Laguiole knives!
 
 
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The aesthetics of this knife, with its handle made from precious Snakewood (Amourette), is unparalleled!
 
 
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Brillant = Bolsters are glossyThis genuine Laguiole knife has a handle manufactured from the horn of water buffalos!
 
 
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Brillant = Bolsters are glossyJuniper wood with its light and warm colour shade graces not only the handle of this Laguiole knife, but also vents a delightful and fine fragrance!
 
 
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A knife as unusual as it is beautiful - its polished handle scales from ebony are tessellated with the smallest pieces of mammoth ivory crust. The surface reminds of French Nougat, which was the inspiration for this name - ‘Nougatine’.Brillant = Bolsters have a gloss finishMaquetry from ebony / mammoth ivory crust
 
 
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Brillant = Bolsters are glossyThe wood grain of old olive trees and high craftsmanship make this steak knife an everlasting unique piece!
 
 
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The molars of mammoths belong most probably to the most beautiful and most impressive materials for handles of all. The marvellous hue of the material stems from the deposit of various minerals into the tooth, from the place of discovery.
 
 
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10.000 years old mammoth ivory used for the handle makes this genuine Laguiole knife a precious rarity!
 
 
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10.000 years old mammoth ivory used for the handle makes this genuine Laguiole knife to a precious rarity!
 
 
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Brillant = Grip plates are glistening The antlers of a deer serve not only as protection, but also as a grand display of power. It elegantly adorns the handle of this special Laguiole knife.
 
 
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The molar of the mammoth belongs surely to the most beautiful and impressive handle materials around. The wonderfully beautiful coloring of the material comes from the interbedding of different materials in the ground where the molar was discovered.
 
 
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Brossé = Satin finished bolstersThe handle of this knife was manufactured from the wood of the Araucaria pine tree, a tree species that has been existing now for over 180 million years on our earth!
 
 
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Brossé = Satin finished bolstersThis Laguiole knife with its handle from Boxtree wood is a knife for absolute individualists!
 
 
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Brossé = Brushed Satin bolstersJuniper wood with its light and warm colour shade graces not only the handle of this Laguiole knife, but also vents a delightful and fine fragrance!
 
 
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Brossé = Satin finished bolstersThe wood grain of old olive trees and high craftsmanship make this knife an everlasting unique piece!
 
 
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Brossé = Satin finished bolsters
 
 
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Brossé = Satin finished bolstersThe wood of the Amboyna tree, which was used for the handle scales of this knife, is considered to be one of the most valuable expensive woods used for Laguiole knives!
 
 
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Brossé = Bolsters are satin finishedInstruments like the most precious organs and this knife obtain their exquisite character through the use of this dark red to black, shimmering Brazilian Rosewood!
 
 
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Brossé = Satin finished bolstersThis genuine Laguiole knife has a handle manufactured from the horn of water buffalos!
 
 
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Brossé = Satin finished bolsters
 
 
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Brossé = Grip plates are satined Brown Mallee (Eucalyptus viridis) belongs to the species-rich Eucalyptus family of Australia.
 
 
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Brillant = gleaming bolsters
 
 
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Brillant = glistening bolsters
 
 
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Brillant = Grip plates are glistening
 
 
 
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