Laguiole en Aubrac
The Aubrac plateau and the village of Laguiole (pron. layol) have lent their name to these hand-crafted French knives. Beware of cheap imitations; machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic this original design.
Laguiole En Aubrac cutlery has intricate detailing and superb quality which are the famous hallmarks of this prestigious French knife range. Each piece is individually handcrafted and guaranteed for life.
This cheese knife has been rendered with a beautiful horn handle. A versatile knife, it can be used for all types of cheese.
Hand Wash Only.
Known as one of the best designers in Britain, David Mellor, OBE, is renowned for his outstanding flatware and knives. This set of 3 cheese knives feature curving handles made of Indian rosewood and blades that reflect the latest techniques in steel casting to create a beautifully curved bolster and precision ground blades. It includes a serving fork (to hold hard cheese like Manchego while you're cutting it), a spade for cutting slices off of aged cheese like Parm or Pecorino, and a hard cheese knife.
- Cheese Serving Fork
- Cheese Spade
- Hard Cheese Knife
Made in the United Kingdom. Not suitable for dishwashers. Wash by hand and dry immediately after each use.
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Awarded "Best in Market" at the New York gift show, this cheese knife is designed to be the only knife you need for your cheese board. This knife's multi-purpose design makes slicing, spreading and spearing cheese a breeze. The finely sharpened edge cuts cleanly through firm cheese, while the pointed tip lets you break pieces of hard aged cheese and spear for serving.
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Suited for medium to hard cheeses, the slender, riveted handles is a trademark of Sabre Paris' Bistrot flatware, equally at home in traditional or contemporary table settings.
Made in France of stainless steel and acrylic. Dishwasher Safe.