Five Cokes or Rooster knife, Poplar handle. adorned with a lapis lazuli stone on the bolster.
Handcrafted knife "Five Coqs", you can clearly see a rooster: its crest, its eye: a magnificent artisanal and original production. It was created in collaboration with Robert Beillonnet (MOF) and Jacky Cortial, cutler yssingelais. Knife adorned with a lapis lazuli stone on the bolster. Poplar handle
guaranteed hand-crafted in France, with a numbered certificate of authenticity, each model is unique
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Handcrafted knife "Five Coqs" or Rooster knife, you can clearly see a rooster: its crest, its eye: a magnificent artisanal and original production. It was created in collaboration with Robert Beillonnet (MOF) and Jacky Cortial, cutler yssingelais. Knife adorned with a lapis lazuli stone on the bolster.
French and artisanal manufacture, guaranteed old-fashioned hand-made. EACH MODEL is UNIQUE, stamped and numbered, delivered with certificate of authenticity
folding blade locking
Steel and material quality
Blade: Swedish stainless steel 14C28N 3 mm thick at the heel, hardness 58-59Hrc
Stainless steel bolster
Open length: 20 cm (11 cm closed)
handle 7cm thick
Weight 90 gr
Back and springs guilloché (chiseled, filed) by hand, blades ground and polished with buffalo leather, very carefully by MOF * professionals, which guarantees quality and fineness of cutting edge. *Meilleur Ouvrier de France
delivered with skin case
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Made the old, all our blades are fine millstone sharpened by a qualified cutler. The quality of the steel, the triangular grinding and the polishing will make it easier for you to keep your knives sharp and ensure that they continue to cut true.
The springs and blades are put in a kiln heated to over 1,000°, before being rapidly cooled. Depending on the part (spring, blade, etc.) and its makeup (carbon steel, stainless steel), the tempering varies (temperature, oil / water / air, etc.).
The tempered parts (here the springs) are plunged into an oil bath in order to give them strength and flexibility. The blades are then "marbled/billées", controlling the hardness expressed on the Rockwell scale (HRC).
Our Swedish 12C27 Sandvik stainless steel blades have a hardness of 56 HRC.
All our springs are forged and chased ("guilloched") with a file in a vice. They all have a blade-stop.
All the bees are filed twice: before assembly and before the quality control stage.
All our blades are very carefully ground and polished twice with buffalo hide by professionals: this guarantees outstanding quality and a fine cutting edge for you.
The added extra: express after-sales service - secure delivery - numbered certificate of authenticity.
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