Delicacy, complexity, aesthetics: guillochage, a goldsmith’s work, combines all of these. A particularly filigree pattern is created from several interweaving wavy lines. The decoration is worked into the front of our table knives and the nib of our folding knives.
The production of the springs.
We start with a cold cut of the springs. The end of the spring is heated and then flattened under a press: this is how we get the godet. Finally, the bee and the top of the spring are carved – this fine handiwork is called guillochage.
On all our folding knives in sizes 9, 11 and 12 cm, the bee and the spring are forged from one piece.