Chateau Laguiole Heritage Steak Knives Desert Ironwood - Shiny Finish

The Heritage series Laguiole steak knives are meticulously crafted to honor the timeless elegance of traditional Laguiole cutlery. Handmade in the esteemed French shop, they share the same origin as the famed Chateau Laguiole corkscrews.

Laguiole steak knives have become a popular choice for elegant dining due to their high quality and distinctive design. These knives were first crafted in the early 19th century in the French village of Laguiole, from which they got their name. They are known for their unique features, including a slender, tapered blade and a curved, ergonomic handle, which provide excellent functionality and comfort during use.
These knives are 100% Made in Thiers, France.

Desert Ironwood (Olneya tesota) - One of the world hardest wood and most difficult to work with due to its density.

This increasingly rare wood comes from dead trees that have been left to dry in the desert heat for decades. As it starts to fossilize, the wood turns reddish brown with a golden hue and beautiful veining. The wood from this very slow growing tree can be well over 100 years old. Harvested in Arizona or Northwestern Mexico.

Good to know: Ironwood can sometimes show tiny knots or small depressions within the wood. This is not considered a defect but rather a characteristic of this wood.

  • Metal finish: Mirror polished
  • Blade & Bolsters: High carbon 12C27 Swedish stainless steel.
  • Blade Size: 10.60 cm (4.17")
  • Handle Size: 11.50 cm (4.52") 
  • Overall length: 22.10 cm (8.70") 
  • Weight: ~ 85 grams (3 oz.)