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6 piece Barenthal Laguiole Stainless Steel with Black handle steak knife set in wooden drawer tray from France


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  • AUTHENTIC French Laguiole flatware - direct from FRANCE
  • Stainless Steel Blade
  • Features a gentle carving blade and elongated pistol grip
  • Features a small bee set into the bolster that originally was an award from Napolean I.
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Laguiole, a small French mountain town about 350 miles south of Paris, is famous for its cattle, its cheese, and its cutlery. The original Laguiole knife was made by ironsmiths in 1829, as a farmers tool. This farmers tool was refined into the Laguiole Steak Knife, which is used today by many famous French restaurants. The Laguiole with its gentle carving blade, the elongated pistol grip handle and small BEE set into the bolster has been the focus of many stories passed down from generation to generation. The BEE is cut out of steel and decorates the handle. The BEE originally came from an award following a courageous act during a campaign under Napoleon I, when the Imperial Emblem was given as a reward! For 50 years, Barenthal has been designing and handcrafting flatware and cutlery to the highest standard of quality. The Laguiole line of products exhibits flawless craftmanship and creativity in design and a passion for excellence. Every piece of Barenthal Laguiole is exclusively handcrafted in the Alsace region of France using time tested methods and the unique savior faire of old world artisans.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001DHVYF4
  • Item model number: JV-LG-1000-01
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,887 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mayhew Seavey on December 27, 2011
The Amazon description says "Every piece of Barenthal Laguiole is exclusively handcrafted in the Alsace region of France using time tested methods and the unique savior faire of old world artisans."

The label on the box says "Made in France, assembled in China". Look closely at the photos, this is extremely poor quality cutlery at a vastly inflated price. Cheap plastic handles, poorly stamped bolsters. Yet the blade says France. Apparently Barenthal was fined $10,000 euros in 2005 for fraudulently labeling knives made in China as Made in France, but they don't seem to have learned their lesson.

Read some of the other reviews, these knives are being passed off as other manufacturer's products as well.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tyler W. on March 26, 2012
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From my understanding in the name Barenthal, Laguiole, are two places in France and is not something that could be a trademark or is a trademark on something. I guess it would be similar to the name Champagne, France. Anyone in the world can make the knives would I guess.
I bought mine from the, "you might be getting something broken department" or as Amazon calls it warehouse deals. The price was okay in W.D. and it was packaged and sent to me broken, one bee missing so I have a good five-piece setting. I get the sixth one if I ever set them out for a six-piece setting. As I write this there are two reviews both having some truth to them? They're not inferior knives when comparing to their class of cutlery, but they're not the real deal either. They would cost five times as much for the handmade French Laguiole knife; it is an artwork in cutlery. I guess my point is if you've ever had a glass of California champagne and enjoyed it and drove to the store to buy it in a vehicle that was replicated from some one else's design then enjoy the knives if the words assembled in china is not a deal breaker for you and yours.
I humbly have some plastic handled punched out picnic cutlery from Italy that I use more than any other table knife in the kitchen until this recent purchase. I'm okay with it.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Bills on January 1, 2012
I have these knives and were purchased from Tuesday Morning, a reputible store. They are NOT a FRAUD. The handles ARE NOT plastic and they are very high quality as stated. I would buy these again and I have given Many of the sets as gifts and people have raved at the quality!
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