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An interesting visit where you can see the whole process of (very expensive) knife making. Almost as interesting is browsing the very expensive knives for sale which include those made for Michel Bras. The butterknife that stands up is one of the unique designs, and...More
Laguiole is a lovely town in a lovely location filled with cafes, restaurants, knife shops and knife factories. It is a delight to visit. I have owned Laguiole knives for years. Forge de Laguiole specialise in designer knives which are gorgeous. As my Philippe Starck...More
I love history, to learn how hhings are made, quality in handicrafts and good Products. I got everything at Forge de Laguiole. This is both a museum and an active manufacturing place, where specialists make their part of the fantastic Laguiole knives. Walk the corridors...More
We were in Aix en Provence, walking the streets and walked into the Laguiole Knife Shop where we enjoyed shopping and learning about the handcrafted Laguiole knives in the purest traditions. This is only a shop and not the forging facility/museum that is in Laguiole,...More
It is a must to visit their atelier of famous laguiole knieves hand making.
And one would probably be alluring in buying their excellent products, not very cheap at all but really worth of every penny.
Although the location is a bit far from the downtown, this is a place where you must visit if you are a fan of the Laguiole knife. What would be more fantastic than taking a glance at it museum, watching the masters making knives in...More