Forge de Laguiole

Cheese knife Michel and André Bras by Forge de Laguiole

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Most lovers of French gourmet cuisine know the restaurant of Michel Bras situated on the beautiful Aubrac plateau. Together with his brother, André Bras, and Forge de Laguiole he designed this new cheese knife in order to optimize functionality.
The shape of the stamina wood handle ensures that the knife balances perfectly on the table.
The surface and the design of the blade ensure a precise cut. Initially designed to cut Roquefort cheese this Bras/Forge de Laguiole cheese knife is ideal for all kinds of soft, crumbly cheeses.

Note: The Forge de Laguiole workshop is located in the village of Laguiole, France where the Laguiole knife was invented in the early 1800s. 

Fact! Unlike most French Laguiole manufacturer Forge de Laguiole does not outsource any suppliers outside of France.

Size11.1/4 inches 
Weight: 4.6 oz
Blade, Spring & Bee: Mirror polished stainless steel. 
Handle Material: Stamina wood is a laminate made of veneers that have been dyed, then impregnated with phenolic resin and compressed under high pressure and heat. Although stamina wood is highly resistant to water it is not dishwasher safe.  
Product SKU: CF BRAS

What's included: One Cheese knife - Gift box - Forge de Laguiole Certificate - Warranty & Repair Support 

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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.