Laguiole En Aubrac 6-Piece Mixed Wood Steak Knives Set
From France’s Laguiole region, famed for its expertly crafted knives, each of these steak knives is the work of a single master cutler whose craft begins with shaping the wood and concludes with fitting the blade.
- Set includes six handmade 4 1/2” steak knives and a wooden storage case.
- Blades are forged from ultrastrong Sandvick steel.
- The decorative chasing on the metal spine is the signature of the craftsman who made the knife.
- Each handle is made of a different wood: apple, walnut, olive, plum, juniper and boxwood.
- Made in France.
- Dimensions & More Info
- 4 1/2”-long blade.
- 4 1/2”-long handle.
- Made in France.
- Use & Care
- Hand-wash; dry thoroughly.
- Oil handles with food-safe mineral oil as needed.
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Working with a sharp knife is safer, more effective and much less tiring than trying to cut and slice with a dull one. To ensure top performance, bring your favorite knife into your local store and one of our cutlery experts will give it a fresh, new edge using our precision equipment. The first knife is free; each additional knife is just $5.
Our stores also offer knife demonstrations to teach you the correct grip, positioning and basic knife techniques and can help you find the perfect cutlery for your needs – just ask a store associate for assistance.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ProWriter from This is crazy By the time I paid for the knives, tax, shipping and special handling, I was appalled to learn the cost came to about $100 a knife. I'm never that crazy. But friends came for dinner, and I served a very intricate pork roast. One guest commented, "This is either the tenderest meat I've ever eaten or the best knife I've ever used." I had the same reaction. I stopped thinking about what they cost. I have noticed that some knives that carry the Laguiole brand say they are dishwasher safe. The instructions that come with these knives recommend not even washing them with water -- just wipe them clean. So I did. Then I wiped the handles down with a food grade mineral oil I have for a fine teak cutting board. I can see that over time, the handles will become lustrous from the mineral oil and the natural oil from people's hands. These, in my family, are now an heirloom. The price no longer matters. They're worth every penny.Date published: 2013-02-03