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The quality of our work, the implication that we are daily in the design and craftsmanship of our knives is amply rewarded by all comments you send to us every day. Although we can not respond to each of your posts , the whole team cutlery Fontenille-Pataud is largely grateful. This pushes us to improve every day in making us Laguiole knives, other folding knives and table knives for your satisfaction.
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Thank you to all our customers and future buyers of our knives Fontenille-Pataud .
Our cutlery is labeled “Living Heritage Company” since 2005: this label is a status label and brand recognition which recognizes companies that meet a craftsmanship excellence. The Company label of living heritage can be “attributed to any company that has an economic asset, consisting in particular of a rare expertise, renowned or ancestral based on the mastery of traditional techniques or high-tech and circumscribed territory “. The quality of work and perseverance of our cutlery day after day to deliver knives always more upscale enabled us to renew this label in 2013.
A special thank to Stefan Schmalhaus for this video on the Laguiole Nature Needles Buffalo Horn. Stefan is an knife enthusiast, a knife collector and especially a journalist in the famous German magazin “Messer Magazin”. Stephan focuses on the the stylish pocket knives and speaks with passion about the cultural history of these helpful companions daily. Don’t forget to visit the blog of our German friend : www.taschenmesser-brevier.de .
Before the development of the Laguiole knife around 1830’s the “Capuchadou” was the everyday knife of the shepherds and farmers of the Southern Auvergne and Aubrac regions of France. This rural knife had a fixed blade and a long drawn point and was made of thick steel.
Lieutadès is a picturesque village located 900m above sea level on the slopes of Aubrac, in the Southern Auvergne region of France.
Its inhabitants are nicknamed “Capujadous”, which comes from the Southern French dialect and means “to cut”. Many years ago, during the long winter evenings the local men would carve the pegs needed to secure the stone roof tiles that are used throughout the region.
The Capuchadou knife “new generation” is now handmade in our cutlery : www.capuchadou.fr .
This knife is available in 2 ranges : 10 and 12 cm, you can choose your balde (12C27, Carbone XC75, RWL34 Steel or Damascus), your handle (Juniper, Curly birch, Horn tip, Buffalo bark, Mammoth ivory…). Discover the Capuchadou 12 cm with corkscrew.
Do you know “Coutellia”, the international tradeshow of art knife and tradition? The 24th edition will take place on 17 and 18 May 2014. Of course, we will be present as every year to show our best knifes : Laguiole in Mammoth Ivory, delicate file work, special knifes… Like every year, find over 150 cutlers art from 20 countries, 1500 m2 of exhibition, the forging shop and make your own kinfe. For more informations : coutellia.over-blog.com .