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Before the development of the Laguiole in the 19th century, French shepherds carried a knife called the "Capuchadou" (or "capujadou"). This knife was used for all daily tasks, from preparing lunch to care of their flocks of sheep.
Fontenille Pataud, the makers of some of the finest cutlery in France are proud to reissue and interpret the ancestor of the Laguiole knife. Their excellence in manufacturing will ensure that this knife will prove to be the perfect gift or purchase for all connoisseurs and collectors.
The steak knives are the fixed version of the original folding knife and are handcrafted with the finest materials. The handles are ergonomic and perfectly balanced.
Handle Material: Mix of the following genuine wood species: ebony, walnut, boxwood, olivewood, rosewood and green oak. Note that wood grain and patterns of the actual shipped set may vary from stock photos.
This knife set is NOT DISHWASHER SAFE. Please handwash & towel dry.
Construction: Blade: 2.50mm Z40C13 stainless steel. Cryogenic Heat Treated. Hardened to HRC57 for superior edge retention.
Weight: ~120 grams - 4.24 oz
Lenght: 22.5 cm - 8.85 inches
What's included: Set of 6 knives - Picturer wooden storage box - Certificate from Manufacturer - Lifetime warranty - Warranty support- Free Expedited Shipping
Collections: FONTENILLE PATAUD French Steak Knives
Max Capdebarthes is a master leather craftsman located in the tiny (pop. 800) 12th-century village of Sauveterre de Rouergue in the southwest of France.
Each sheath is made from carefully selected genuine cowhide. Mr. Max Capdebarthes is considered by most knife manufacturers as the best leather craftsman in Europe, perhaps the world.
Many acclaimed cutlers, such as Forge de Laguiole, Fontenille Pataud and Chateau Laguiole contracts Max for their needs.