The Original Forge de Laguiole steak knives are used by the greatest Chefs around the world, including dozens of Michelin-Star restaurants. High-end steak knives are never serrated; one should not feel the need to "saw" a steak.
With their iconic Laguiole curved design, these knives are elegant and ergonomic. They combine the heftiness of weight with unsurpassed sharpness to make cutting a breeze!
Forge de Laguiole table steak knives are manufactured in the village of Laguiole and feature the iconic bumblebee and the traditional shepherd's cross on most models. Forge de Laguiole represents the pinnacle of quality in the Laguiole cutlery business. Their reputation for integrity, ethics, and innovative designs has made these small 100 employees company the "Must Have" Laguiole luxury brand.
The Forge de Laguiole workshop is located in the tiny village of Laguiole, France - Pop. 1300 - where the famous style of pocket knife first appeared in the early 1800's.
Compressed cotton fabric. This high-density U.S. made material is harder than wood and is highly resistant to water.
Forge de Laguiole steak knives are shipped same business day from Florida when ordered by 2 PM Eastern time. UPS delivery can be expected in 1 to 3 business days depending on destination. International shipping options are available at checkout.
*Included set of 2 and 6 steak knives retail gift boxes
*Discount cannot be combined with any other offers.
** We provide free U.S. base warranty and repair support for Forge de Laguiole itemspurchased from one of our U.S retailers or Laguiole-Imports.com. Forge de Laguiole items purchased overseas or from an unauthorized retail channel will need to be shipped to France and back to the U.S. at the owner's expanse. The original retail channel will need to be contacted for assistance.
Blade: 4.5/8" or 11.43 cm
Lenght : 9" or 22.85 cm
Bolsters & Liners:100% stainless steel.
Weight: ~ 3.7 oz - 105 grams
This steak knife set is dishwasher safe. However, it is always best to avoid repeated use of a dishwasher as such practice can, over time, fade the finish of the handle material.