What is the difference between Laguiole and Laguiole en Aubrac?

What is the difference between Laguiole and Laguiole en Aubrac?

The brand and logo of the stamped in the blade Basically, the name and logo must be visible (again “laguiole” alone is not enough, even if there is a bee. Regarding Laguiole en Aubrac®, its logo is a bull’s head.

What is the insect on Laguiole?

the bee
What insect is represented on the spring? It is the bee, symbol of the Laguiole knife. Our local legend says it is Napoleon Bonaparte’s imperial seal that was offered to the town of Laguiole as a token of his gratitude for the men’s courage during battles.

Who owns Laguiole?

Today, Laguiole en Aubrac employs 72 people and controls other products, such as the Sauveterre knife. In 2007, the cutler even acquired Forge de Laguiole, when the company was going through serious financial difficulties. In 2014, Christian Valat sold his shares in the company to the Swiss Holding of Roland Jeannet.

Where are laguiole knives made?

We work exclusively with whom is considered one of the best manufacturers of Laguiole knives, wine-openers, and flatware in the world, LAGUIOLE EN AUBRAC. Laguiole en Aubrac is located in the heart of the Laguiole Region in France and their knives are considered by many as the holy grail of the Laguioles.

Why buy a Laguiole en Aubrac?

Buy a knife Laguiole en Aubrac is to own an authentic Aveyron knife that has gone down in history. Laguiole knives and sommelier knives in stock : Europe 24/48H – USA/Canada/Asia – 4/8 days. Free laser engraving on blade. No additional delay required: same day shipping. Each knife comes with its certificate of authenticity. 100% Made in France.

What is Laguiole tableware?

Popular all over the world, Laguiole tableware, cutlery sets and steak knives belongs to the very noble French table cutlery tradition.

What is a Laguiole en Aubrac® pocket knife?

A pocket knife 100% made in France and guaranteed for life. Buying a Laguiole en Aubrac® knife means owning an authentic French knife that has gone down in history. A unique and personal emblematic knife, made in its cradle in Espalion in Aveyron (France) with the greatest care and in the purest cutlery tradition.