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Few Informative Details on the Past and the Present of Fabulous Laguiole Knives
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It is really amazing to see that a traditional tool like pocket knife maintain its popularity worldwide since the middle of the 18th century. This famous knife known as Laguiole world over made it appearance in the year 1829. The creative knife was crafted by Pierre Jean Calmels, a well-known blacksmith living in Laguiole, a village in France. The knife was originally made for agriculturists, however over the years its modified forms were quite useful for various purposes.

The exceptional features making the knife an exclusive tool were the spring fixed close to the hard steel made blade and the holding handle made of the native Aubrac Ox’s horn. In the year 1840, the founder of this multipurpose knife added Trocar to make it quite useful for herders. Just four decades later, the knife had three parts as corkscrew was added to make it a stylish knife to open the wine bottle. The adding of cork screw made the knife popular as it opened new dimensions of using a pocket knife in every home and commercial place.

Every maker of Laguiole knife tried to add on its beauty and durability. The handmade blade and its handle became trendy as valuable materials were used to craft them to make it a trendsetter tool as well as quite easy to use. In the early 19th century, the knife went through many changes, each contributing to its elegance and made it easy to handle. Varied symbols were carved in earlier Laguiole knife like four leaf clover, leaf tree and of a man wearing a stylish hat. The carving of the bee remained forever as a symbol portraying the authenticity of Laguiole knife.  

The present day Laguiole knife:

Presently, there are multiple variations of the original Laguiole knife created by popular tool makers known for their artisan skills and innovative mechanism. These French knives are now available in varied types preferable to be owned as a traditional treasure.

The kind of Laguiole knife readily available in the market:

  • The simple forms are pocket knives having a blade made of French steel, a spring and beautifully carved classic handle made of valuable like polished brass, ivory or shiny silver metal.
  • The trendy models of this kind of knife have a corkscrew or a spike. The blade has matte finish steel and the handles are of highly polished wood.
  • The most exclusive ones luring collectors of tools are the ones having precious stones studded in the handle and having finely carved sharp blade. These models are having hand carved bee as a mark of its authenticity.

All the Laguiole knives are masterpieces as they are manually made by skilled knife makers. To buy them you just need to log on to popular knives and cutlery seller’s website and view a range of knives pictures tagged with their special features and price. Enjoy your purchase and feel proud to own a valuable knife well known for its traditional value. 

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