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"Le Capuchadou-Guilloché" 10 cm hand made knife, mammoth & Damascus, Delicate filework

"Le Capuchadou-Guilloché" 10 cm hand made knife, mammoth & Damascus, Delicate filework - CAP101MDI

Quantity

  • Mat polished
  • Twist Damascus steel, 160 l
  • Nickel silver with fillets
  • Saphir

Fontenille Pataud, the makers of the finest cutlery are proud to reissue and interpret the ancestor of the Laguiole knife. Their excellence in manufacturing will ensure that this knife will prove to be the perfect gift or purchase for all connoisseurs and collectors.

Hand chiseled and forged spring

Hand chiseled and forged spring

The bee is solid and forged into the spring. The spring and bee are then hand-chased with a file : This denotes artisan quality, unlike inexpensive mass market products that have welded springs and are machine decorated.

Stainless steel damascus blade

Stainless steel damascus blade

The Damascus steel we’re using is from Damasteel® and the patterns will last the life of the knife.

The "GUILLOCHE" pattern is our premium range

The "GUILLOCHE" pattern is our premium range

The "GUILLOCHE" pattern is our premium range

Customize your knife

Customize your knife

Our specialty: Personalize your knife (first name, initials, date...) with a beautiful engraving of the spring produced by a professional engraver. The engraving is performed before the file work (guillochage) and the heat treatment.

Before the Laguiole knife was the Capuchadou

Before the development of the Laguiole knife in the 19th century, french shepherds carried a knife called the "Capuchadou" (or "capujadou"). This knife was used for all daily tasks, from preparing lunch to care of their flocks of sheep.

Fontenille Pataud, the makers of the finest cutlery are proud to reissue and interperet the ancestor of the Lagiole knife. Their excellence in manufacturing will ensure that this knife will prove to be the perfect gift or purchase for all connoisseurs and collectors.

Technical details

Delicate file work : this knife has been carefully file worked and engraved on the spring and liners, even inside the knife. This very fine work is done exclusively by our most  skill craftsmen and requires practice and experience.

 

Size and weight : 10 cm folded, 17 cm open, approx. 90 grams
Handle & stone : Fossilized mammoth ivory from Russia. Clear to dark brown color. Feel free to let us know what you prefer in the comment section of the order form. There is an saphir inlayed into the spring.
Blade : "Rose" patterned Damascus stainless steel, 160 layers, 3 mm thick. Hardness: 56 Hrc.
Tecnical tips : The bolsters with fillets are made of silver-nickel. The spring is made from 3 mm thick stainless steel Z20c13 and features a bladestop : That helps maintain the edge of the blade. The whole "shamrock" spring is hand-chased with a file: This denotes artisan quality, unlike mass market products that have welded springs and are machine decorated. The file work and the Saphir inlayed create a unique knife, making each knife one of a kind. 
Included : Numbered Guarantee certificate, and a belt leather sheath. (Made in France

Other materials available

Customers testimonials

Dear Cecile,
Please be advised that,
my order had well rec'd in Hong Kong. Many thanks and appreciated to your kind assistance in let me have these commodities so fast,
so that my Magnum could have cloth right now.
K. Rgds,

Philip (Hong Kong)

Hi Yann, Just wanted to send you a note to let you know how great these two corkscrews look.
I'm certain my friends are going to love their birthday gifts.
Best,

Adam (USA)

Bonjour Yann,
now we are proud owners of Le Chamois, 2x Le Capuchadou and Magnum.
With best regards from Germany

Regina D. (Germany)

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Lifetime Guarentee

The quality of our manufacturing enables us to give you a lifetime manufacturer's guarantee.

Support

We shipped our knives worldwide since 1999.

100% Handmade in France

Fontenille Pataud was founded in 1929 and quickly became recognized as a manufacturer of high-end knives.