11 cm folding pocket knife handcrafted in Laguiole, France, of beech and stainless steel
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Laguiole knives were first crafted in 1829. The bee decorating the spring plate has become the prestigious symbol of France's most celebrated knife. Each Laguiole knife is assembled from start to finish by a single craftsman, and the blade and spring are decorated by hand, thus each knife has its own unique qualities. Blades, springs, stainless steel bolsters, and nails are all produced in a forge in Laguiole, France.
This 11 cm folding pocket knife was made of beech and stainless steel and features the shepherd's cross.
There may be slight differences in color and grain, since each handle is made of natural wood.