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Steak Knives

  • Ash Steak Knives, Set/2
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T2 2M IN FRD BRI

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  • Ash Tree Steak Knives, Set/6
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T6 PAS FRD

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  • Birch Steak Knives, Set/2
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T2 2M IN BO BRI

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  • Birch Steak Knives, Set/6
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T6 2M IN BO BRI

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  • Black Horn Tip Steak Knives, Set/2
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T2 2M IN B BRI N

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  • Black Horn Tip Steak Knives, Set/6
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T6 2M IN BN BRI
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  • Brown Horn Tip Steak Knives, Set/2
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T2 2M IN B BRI F

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  • Contour Steak Knives, S/4
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    From his factory in the English Cotswolds, Robert Welsh produces cutlery that is both design-forward and budget friendly. The Independent calls it a “mid-range price tag for a top-end product.” Welch’s signature soft curves combined with the weight of the 18/10 stainless steel are timeless and elegant.

    The Contour steak knives' vertical brushed steel blade is designed to rest traditionally or vertically on the table; either way sees the serrations raised from the table top. Handles are hand finished and oiled with traditional stainless steel rivets. Knife blades are made from specially hardened stainless steel to provide the finest possible cutting edge. 

    Care: Dishwasher safe

    Dimensions: 24 cm | 9.5in

    If not in stock, allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

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  • Corian Steak Knives, White S/6
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    ITEM 62C99BNI

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  • Ebony Steak Knives, Set/2
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T2 2M IN EB BRI
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  • Juniper Steak Knives, Set/2
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T2 2M IN GE BRI

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  • Juniper Steak Knives, Set/6
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T6 2M IN GE BRI
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  • Navette Steak Knife,  Ebony
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    Jean-Pierre Ceccaldi began making the traditional Corsican knife, the 'curnicciulu', and over the years expanded his production to offer a comprehensive range of knives from traditional knives, like the « vendetta », to table knives, special pieces, kitchen knives, and pocket knives. These products are designed following the same traditional high standards : quality, authenticity and creativity

    The Navette is a simple and elegant table knife, which will grace all tables, from the most modern to the most classical. Assembled with a glue used in aeronautics for wood models, its blade is made of stainless steel.

    Care: Stainless steel will not oxidise, and is easier to maintain than carbon steel. Stainless steel knives are harder to sharpen. It is therefore necessary to sharpen them more regularly, and not wait until the knife is no longer sharp enough to cut. Regular sharpening is the best way to ensure your knife remains sharp throughout its lifespan. Hand wash and dry immediately. All the wood used by Ceccaldi is dry and healthy. However, as a living material, wood may expand and acquire a patina over time. To minimise this phenomenon, it is critical to avoid immersing the handle in water. You will also need to lubricate the handle once to twice a year with olive oil or sweet almond oil

    9"L (23cm) • ITEM KNI-STE-EBO-NAV

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  • Orange Steak Knives, Set/2
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Dish washer safe.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T2 2M IN TC ORA

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  • Orange Steak Knives, Set/6
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck. Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Made of compressed fabric, a high density material that is harder than wood and is dishwasher safe.

    Care: Dishwasher safe - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T6 2M IN TC ORA BRI

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  • Pistachio Steak Knives, Set/2
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T2 2M IN PI BRI

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  • Pistachio Steak Knives, Set/6
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T6 2M IN PI BRI

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  • Skel Monobloc Steak Knives Set/6, Shiny Finish
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Dish washer safe.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T6 SKEL BRI

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  • Skel Steak Knife (Single)
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Dish washer safe.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T1 SKEL BRI

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  • Stag Antler Steak Knife
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    Established in 1749, Abbeyhorn has been making high-quality horn products in Lancashire, located in the north of England, where everything is made by a team of just nine people.  Horn is sourced ethically from renewable resources, including deer antlers from Scotland and ram's horn from Cumbria.

    Abbeyhorn uses Antler from Scottish Red Deer, which is one of the largest of the deer species in the UK.  The stag's antlers begin growing in the spring and shed at the end of winter, as part of it's natural life cycle. These temporary, often branched structures, have a rough, textured surface and range from dark to light brown in colour, a result of diet and climate.  Note: no two pieces will ever be the same.

    Handmade stag antler steak knife

    Care: Hand wash and dry immediately.

    8.5" / 21.5 cm • ITEM T30S

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  • Steak Knife, Horn
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    Steak Knife, Horn

    $185.00

    Jean-Pierre Ceccaldi began making the traditional Corsican knife, the 'curnicciulu', and over the years expanded his production to offer a comprehensive range of knives from traditional knives, like the « vendetta », to table knives, special pieces, kitchen knives, and pocket knives. These products are designed following the same traditional high standards : quality, authenticity and creativity

    The Navette is a simple and elegant table knife, which will grace all tables, from the most modern to the most classical. Assembled with a glue used in aeronautics for wood models, its blade is made of stainless steel.

    Care: Stainless steel will not oxidise, and is easier to maintain than carbon steel. Stainless steel knives are harder to sharpen. It is therefore necessary to sharpen them more regularly, and not wait until the knife is no longer sharp enough to cut. Regular sharpening is the best way to ensure your knife remains sharp throughout its lifespan. Hand wash and dry immediately.

    The ram or cow horn used by Ceccaldi is also a living material, so its maintenance process will be the same as for wood. You will have to ensure that you do not leave the horn immersed in water, and that you oil it regularly to prevent it from drying out.

    9"L (23cm) • ITEM 5CE-KNI-STE-HOR 

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  • Terra Steak Knife,  Ebony
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    Jean-Pierre Ceccaldi began making the traditional Corsican knife, the 'curnicciulu', and over the years expanded his production to offer a comprehensive range of knives from traditional knives, like the « vendetta », to table knives, special pieces, kitchen knives, and pocket knives. These products are designed following the same traditional high standards : quality, authenticity and creativity

    The Terra is a simple and elegant table knife, which will grace all tables, from the most modern to the most classical. Assembled with a glue used in aeronautics for wood models, its blade is made of stainless steel.

    Care: Stainless steel will not oxidise, and is easier to maintain than carbon steel. Stainless steel knives are harder to sharpen. It is therefore necessary to sharpen them more regularly, and not wait until the knife is no longer sharp enough to cut. Regular sharpening is the best way to ensure your knife remains sharp throughout its lifespan. Hand wash and dry immediately. All the wood used by Ceccaldi is dry and healthy. However, as a living material, wood may expand and acquire a patina over time. To minimise this phenomenon, it is critical to avoid immersing the handle in water. You will also need to lubricate the handle once to twice a year with olive oil or sweet almond oil

    9"L (23cm) • ITEM EBO-STK-KNI-TERRA

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  • Thuya Steak Knife, S/2
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T2M IN TH BRI

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  • Thuya Steak Knives Set/6
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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T6 2M IN TH BRI

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    In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck.

    Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.

    In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.

    Care: Hand washing recommended - dry immediately.

    If this item is out of stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at INFO@HOPSONGRACE.COM or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120

    ITEM T2 2M IN NO BRI

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