Folding knife "Narcisse" guilloched spring thuya handle

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Folding knife “Narcisse” guilloched spring thuya handle

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Folding knife “Narcisse” guilloched spring thuya handle

This range of Forge de Laguiole folding knives features a hand-chiselled guilloche pattern and a cast, then sculpted bee. This lends the Forge de Laguiole folding knife its characteristic beauty. The Edition Collection folding knives are available in 3 versions, all entirely made in our Laguiole based ateliers and available for purchase on our online shop. Their guilloche patterns and names are inspired by plants growing on the Aubrac plateau as follows: Daffodil, Broom Brush, and Gentian. The knives in this collection are made with a blade of stainless steel produced exclusively for Forge de Laguiole; it is the basic requirement for our knives’ effortless sharpening, which guarantees the exceptional quality of the cut.

As most of the materials used are of natural origin, their appearance (color, veining, grain) may vary from one article to another; in this respect, the photos on this site are not binding.
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1212E INTHBRI | RE GENE
Handle material
Thuya
Bolsters selection
Stainless steel bolsters
233.00 
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The Bee

The bee is a traditional symbol on our knives. The legend goes that the Napoleonic imperial symbol was attributed to the citizens of Laguiole by Emperor Napoléon himself as a tribute to their courage shown in the services to the emperor.

The Bolsters

The two bolsters (mitres) are forged and fixed on a metal liner, which will be drilled before the assembly. These massive steel bolsters help to protect the handle during daily use.

The Guillochage

The Guillochage, a goldsmith’s skill, is the decoration composed of different line patterns, elaborated on the spine of the spring. Here, the bee and the spring are completely hand sculpted by our Master-Knifesmiths.

The Handle

The handles, whether made of wood, horn, bone or from other rare materials such as mammoth teeth or stingray skin, are individually selected, sculpted and handset by our Master-Knifesmiths.

The Blade
The blades are hot forged from French stainless steel and can have a shiny or matt finish.
The Bee
The Bolsters
The Guillochage
The Handle
The Blade

The bee is a traditional symbol on our knives. The legend goes that the Napoleonic imperial symbol was attributed to the citizens of Laguiole by Emperor Napoléon himself as a tribute to their courage shown in the services to the emperor.

The two bolsters (mitres) are forged and fixed on a metal liner, which will be drilled before the assembly. These massive steel bolsters help to protect the handle during daily use.

The Guillochage, a goldsmith’s skill, is the decoration composed of different line patterns, elaborated on the spine of the spring. Here, the bee and the spring are completely hand sculpted by our Master-Knifesmiths.

The handles, whether made of wood, horn, bone or from other rare materials such as mammoth teeth or stingray skin, are individually selected, sculpted and handset by our Master-Knifesmiths.

The blades are hot forged from French stainless steel and can have a shiny or matt finish.
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