Ebony folding Knife 12cm

FAROL

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€225
The first models were imagined and manufactured at sea, and since, even if the tools are not the same, the shaping of the handle is made ...
  • Material : Ebony
  • Color : Black
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Ebony folding Knife 12cm

FAROL

€225

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This description has been automatically translated and may not be completely accurate.

The first models were designed and manufactured at sea, and since, even if the tools are not the same, the shaping of the handle is entirely freehand. His handle is ebony and his mouth is made of an incrustation of another wood. The handling of the Cachalot knife does not leave indifferent, the rounded shapes of the handle perfectly fit the palm and the fingers of the hand. The blade, entirely manufactured in our 12c27 Swedish steel workshop, is locked in the open position by an internal system (liner-lock).

  • Type precision : Folding knife
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Type precision : Table knife
  • Use : Food
  • Dimensions : 12cm closed / 22cm open

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Ebony Cachalot folding knife

The line Rush Towards Gold is a study and research around the first gestures of the man.

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Craftsman

Les couteaux Farol sont nés en mer en 1995. Plus exactement, c’est lors d’une escale dans l’archipel des Açores au milieu de l’Atlantique, que Sylvain Berthommé a l’idée de créer un couteau pour les marins. Sa marque sera FAROL, phare en portugais, et le premier couteau sera baptisé Cachalot, le grand cétacé qui a forgé la légende des Açores. Le premier « Cachalot » est fabriqué à bord du bateau dans un morceau d’acajou, et avec les restes d’un vieux couteau. De retour au port d’attache de La Rochelle, Sylvain Berthommé s’installe dans une case de mareyeur de l’ancienne criée du port, un lieu maritime chargé d’histoire, pour y faire un atelier artisanal tourné vers l’océan. Très rapidement les couteaux Farol sillonnent toutes les mers du globe. Le pari de faire un couteau de marin par un marin est gagné.