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Yssingeaux 11 cm Classic Pocket Knife - Ebony Handle

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The Yssingeaux (pronounced "e seɪn jo") knife, named after its origin in the village of Yssingeaux in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of France, has a rich history. The current version coined Yssingeaux around 1920, evolved from slightly different designs dating back to the late 1800s. These earlier forms include the "Issoire," "Bourbonnais (1890)," "Façon Chabrol (1908)," and "Le Basque (1912)."

Consider this: This knife is skillfully handcrafted in Thiers, Europe's renowned cutlery hub. Gilles® Fontenille Pataud's collection is highly regarded as some of the finest pocket knives in France. Each knife is crafted by a dedicated artisan, which ensures a sense of pride in owning the final piece.100% Made in France

MADE IN FRANCE

Shopping for a unique pocket knife not only holds the promise of ownership but the excitement of finally beholding an item admired through a screen. However, all too often, what was envisioned and what is unboxed bear a startling, sometimes painful discrepancy.

You will receive the actual folding knife shown in the photos.
No one wants to view photos of a beautiful and unique knife and receive something not even close to the representative image; this is why we take pictures of each piece. Select your One-Of-A-Kind knife!

Things to Look For
The file work on the springs (top of handle) are individually hand filled by a French artisan, therefore all are different. Additionally, two handles made from the same material can have very different patterns.

You need to know

  1. If you do not checkout after adding this unique folding knife to your cart, someone else may purchase it.
  2. After purchasing this knife the unique photo(s) may be replaced within hours. Feel free to save the actual photos of your knife for personal use.

Ebony (Diospyros crassiflora) harvested in Gabon, Africa. Ebony is the darkest wood in the world and one of the few that does not float. Generally, Ebony trees are small and slow-growing. Worldwide demand for ebony wood is very high: it’s a high-quality hardwood that’s very hard, very strong, and most of all, very black. As a result, many species of Ebony have been banned from export.

Note that the international trade of Gabon Ebony (Diospyros crassiflora) used on this model is highly regulated. 

Pocket knives are shipped same business day from Florida when ordered by 4 PM Eastern time. UPS delivery can be expected in 1 to 3 business days depending on destination. International shipping options are available at checkout.

french flag color with made in france text

leather sheaths and warranty by fontenille pataud france

This knife features a solid hardened blade stop to help prevent the blade's edge from making contact with the inner area of the spring. This knife's handle is progressively wider toward the bottom. This characteristic provides a safer grip.

Folding Mechanism:Traditional French slip joint
Metal finish: Brushed
Blade: 3 mm thick stainless steel Sandvik 12c27, hardness: 56-57 Hrc.
Plates: 1.5 mm stainless.
Hand file Spring: 3 mm stainless with genuine Mother of Pearl Inlay 
Blade Size: 8.8 cm (3.45")
Handle Size: 11 cm (4.33") 
Open Size: 20 cm (7.80 ") 
Weight: ~ 86 grams (3 oz.)

Yssingeaux Classic Pocket Knife in hand for size perception

The Yssingeaux (pronounced "e seɪn jo") knife, named after its origin in the village of Yssingeaux in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of France, has a rich history. The current version coined Yssingeaux around 1920, evolved from slightly different designs dating back to the late 1800s. These earlier forms include the "Issoire," "Bourbonnais (1890)," "Façon Chabrol (1908)," and "Le Basque (1912)."

Consider this: This knife is skillfully handcrafted in Thiers, Europe's renowned cutlery hub. Gilles® Fontenille Pataud's collection is highly regarded as some of the finest pocket knives in France. Each knife is crafted by a dedicated artisan, which ensures a sense of pride in owning the final piece.100% Made in France

MADE IN FRANCE

Shopping for a unique pocket knife not only holds the promise of ownership but the excitement of finally beholding an item admired through a screen. However, all too often, what was envisioned and what is unboxed bear a startling, sometimes painful discrepancy.

You will receive the actual folding knife shown in the photos.
No one wants to view photos of a beautiful and unique knife and receive something not even close to the representative image; this is why we take pictures of each piece. Select your One-Of-A-Kind knife!

Things to Look For
The file work on the springs (top of handle) are individually hand filled by a French artisan, therefore all are different. Additionally, two handles made from the same material can have very different patterns.

You need to know

  1. If you do not checkout after adding this unique folding knife to your cart, someone else may purchase it.
  2. After purchasing this knife the unique photo(s) may be replaced within hours. Feel free to save the actual photos of your knife for personal use.

Ebony (Diospyros crassiflora) harvested in Gabon, Africa. Ebony is the darkest wood in the world and one of the few that does not float. Generally, Ebony trees are small and slow-growing. Worldwide demand for ebony wood is very high: it’s a high-quality hardwood that’s very hard, very strong, and most of all, very black. As a result, many species of Ebony have been banned from export.

Note that the international trade of Gabon Ebony (Diospyros crassiflora) used on this model is highly regulated. 

Pocket knives are shipped same business day from Florida when ordered by 4 PM Eastern time. UPS delivery can be expected in 1 to 3 business days depending on destination. International shipping options are available at checkout.

french flag color with made in france text

leather sheaths and warranty by fontenille pataud france

This knife features a solid hardened blade stop to help prevent the blade's edge from making contact with the inner area of the spring. This knife's handle is progressively wider toward the bottom. This characteristic provides a safer grip.

Folding Mechanism: Traditional French slip joint
Metal finish: Brushed
Blade: 3 mm thick stainless steel Sandvik 12c27, hardness: 56-57 Hrc.
Plates: 1.5 mm stainless.
Hand file Spring: 3 mm stainless with genuine Mother of Pearl Inlay 
Blade Size: 8.8 cm (3.45")
Handle Size: 11 cm (4.33") 
Open Size: 20 cm (7.80 ") 
Weight: ~ 86 grams (3 oz.)

Yssingeaux Classic Pocket Knife in hand for size perception