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* Spiral of winding wire with sharp point
* No more crumbling or breaking corks
* With folding blade for cutting capsules
* 100% made in France (Jean Dubost, since 1920)
This folding Laguiole olive wood waiter's knife is made in the hundred-year-old French family business Jean Dubost. The timeless, classic model was specially developed around 1920 for the waiters of the leading Parisian cafes. It is a much-loved tool that still performs excellently and hardly deviates from the original design. The spiral is made of strong stainless winding wire with a sharp point, which prevents the cork from crumbling or breaking. The handle acts as a lever and is made of real olive wood. There is also a small folding knife in the handle with which the capsule can be cut. The waiter's knife is completely produced in France and packaged in a luxurious and handy storage box made of wood and provided with a certificate of authenticity. Due to the handle made of wood, the waiter's knife can only be washed by hand. The ideal gift for both the professional sommelier and other wine enthusiasts!
Most important features:
- Luxury wooden storage box with waiter's knife
- Spiral of winding wire with a sharp tip
- Never again crumbling or breaking corks
- Classic, timeless design, specially developed for professionals
- With folding blade for cutting capsules
- Good grip handle made of real olive wood
- 100% made in France (Jean Dubost, since 1920)
About Laguiole Jean Dubost
The family business Jean Dubost was founded in 1920. Today it is led by the 4th generation who combines the traditional way of making knives with modern industrial production techniques.
The Laguiole Jean Dubost range is made entirely in France. With the exception of a few tropical woods, all parts, such as the steel and handles, also come from France. Every year 1.5 million Laguiole steak knives are made, almost half of which is destined for export.
Unfortunately, there is also imitation Laguiole that is mainly produced in China. Although often not directly visible on the outside (the logo, the honey bee, is even copied), the material and manufacture is of considerably lower quality. Imitation is also easy to recognize. If it is not explicitly engraved in the steel blade of the knife France, the knife is not produced in France and is therefore not authentic.