Rustic and bold, Claude Dozorme's Thiers Pocket Knifeis gentle on you and tough on the outside world. With a black-coated steel blade, plain-edged and serrated near its base, this knife is as stern as it looks, capable of cutting through a variety of material surfaces. The liner lock holds the blade firmly in its open position, ensuring your safety while you operate with it. The handle is made of a handsome olivewood, nicely complementing the audacious black blade and tempering it with an organic feel. The handle also features a built-in corkscrew, useful for uncorking bottles or other odd jobs. Stash this authentic French-made tool somewhere close by: it'll come in handy more often than you think.
Handle: Olive Wood
Blade: X50CrMoV15 carbon steel (0.50% carbon, 15% chrome, 1% molybdenum and vanadium).
Folded length: 4.75" (12 cm)
Additional features: includes a securing clip
Completely made by hand in Thiers, France
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Good looking knife, i bought that one cause i lost my Laguiole and a replacement nowadays is too expensive for what it is. The point here is the finish of the wood handle is far from ideal , in fact i dismantle the whole thing and refinished the wood by sanding and oiled it again with tung oil and wax on top. Now it looks great. The blade as always is fantastic, i didn't use the corkscrew yet, probably this weekend. :-)