The French pocket knife
What do you think of when it comes to France? Good wine? Frog's legs? Foie gras? Certainly right. Nevertheless, France also stands for a genre of blacksmithing that is finding more and more followers in Germany, namely the perfection and above all lovingly handcrafted sack knives. And exactly this offers a very good start, because it is really called pocket knives and not as often suspected pocket knives. If you look at it closely, you can even say that the French pocket knife can be regarded as a kind of original form of identity card, since every region in France, from Alsace to the Côte d'Azur, has its own blade shape, which inevitably refers to the specific, regional production site. The same applies to the handle materials, which range from the tip of the horn (where the horn is most stable) to ebony and to wood species originally native to the region, such as mirabelles and plums. The sustainable passing on of the ancient knowledge of the blacksmiths to the next generation ensures that it will be possible to manufacture knives that are second to none in the future. If you decide to buy a sack knife, you will buy a knife that will inevitably arouse great interest and desire. It is not only a beautiful gift, but also a faithful, elegant companion in everyday life.