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Jean Dubost Laguiole

Jean Dubost Laguiole Knives

Laguiole is the well-known French knife that originated as a shepherd's weapon under Napoleon and has been crafted by the Jean Dubost family since 1920. The bee found on Laguiole knives was the emperor's emblem, chosen for its industriousness. It was placed upon the products that pleased his majesty. Laguiole is not a brand name or label. Rather, Laguiole is a village in the Auvergne region in central France. The Laguiole design and name are public domain and often abused. For real quality make sure that you purchase authentic Laguiole knives and Laguiole steak knives made by a reputable manufacturer. Our manufacturer takes pride in hand-making Laguiole steak knives using local and renewable and/or recycled materials such as horn, wine casks or varietal vine woods. Our packaging is also made from renewable and recyclable materials, such as wood and paper, while maintaining style and authenticity.

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