From the volcanic plateau of Laguiole in southwestern France, Laguiole en Aubrac has been forging superior-quality cutlery, tableware, and sommelier accessories since 1829. Following the ancient traditions of metalwork and artisanship, each Laguiole piece is assembled from start to finish in one sequence by a single craftsman. With details such as handles crafted from horn, bone, or precious wood, Laguiole’s pieces are truly a unique addition to your kitchen.
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The crème de la crème of cutting utensils, Jean Dubost's Laguiole knives date back to the early 1800s. Each piece is made by a single craftsman who transforms the steel blade into a finished product through a series of more than 100 steps. Experience these wonders for yourself: This sale offers table knives, cheese cutters, and butter spreaders (made in France’s storied Thiers region). The curved handles come in materials from ivory to stainless, and each bears the trademark bee.