Laguiole Jean Dubost Olive Wood Laguiole Jean Dubost Steak Knives
In the heart of the French countryside, the Dubost family has been creating fine flatware for four generations. The design of these steak knives was inspired by a shepherd’s tool first manufactured in the village of Laguiole in the 19th century.
- Set includes four 4 1/4” steak knives and a wooden storage case.
- Slightly curved knives feature the distinctive Laguiole bee on the bolster.
- Crafted from polished rust-resistant stainless steel.
- Triple-riveted full tangs for durability and balance.
- Handles are made of olive wood.
- Made in France.
- Dimensions & More Info
- 4 1/4”-long blade.
- 4 3/4”-long handle.
- Made in France.
- Use & Care
- Hand-wash; dry thoroughly.
- Oil handles with food-safe mineral oil as needed.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by AJBento from Laguiole steak knives exquisite My name is Anthony and I have owned these steak knives for several years. like everyone else I use mineral oil to take care of the handles. The design is not only exquisite but the blade is as sharp as ever from the day I purchased them. well worth every penny.Date published: 2013-02-25Rated 5 out of 5 by RES3740 from Beautiful and Functional I have owned these knives for several years. By periodically oiling the handles they continue to look lovely. The blade has maintained its sharp edge through many uses.Date published: 2012-01-04