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The Laguiole corkscrew knife
The Laguiole knife with blade and corkscrew also called the ‘2-piece corkscrew model‘, is a knife whose production requires an average of 166 manufacturing operations. This model was created in the 1880s and originates from the ‘bougnats’. ‘Bougnat‘ is a name given to the inhabitants of Aveyron, Cantal, and Lozère who left to work in Paris from the Aubrac plateau. This knife is essential for lovers of good food and conviviality and is one of Laguiole's famous models.
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