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Opinel No.08 Workshop Folding Knife

Looking for a way to limit the waste of expensive ebony, the Workshop knife was born! This handle allows the folks at Opinel® to recover the wood that would have otherwise been scrapped. The result is a mix of walnut and ebony with two veneers bringing these two species together. A 30° cut is made at the heel, then the walnut and ebony are assembled, glued and pressed. Once worked and shaped, the handle is finally buffed just like all the other handles manufactured in this workshop.

  • Anti-corrosive modified stainless steel blade with hand polished finish
  • Nail nick for easy opening
  • Ebony and walnut handle
  • Virobloc® system to lock blade
  • Gift box included
  • Blade length: 3.28"
  • Overall length: 7.59"
  • Weight: 1.7 oz.
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The Opinel® knife is named after the Opinel family from the Savoie region in the heart of the French Alps. In 1890, Joseph Opinel invented a small folding knife that would eventually become a must-have item of French savoir-vivre (elegant living). It's now considered a design icon throughout the world.
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12C27 modified stainless steel Plain edge No $79.00