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Paul knives said the Bleitz-Mor
the Designer: FLORENT LASBLEIZ
Student of the famous designer Olivier Mourgue he will work at design agency where he will be part of the team Tramways of Paris and in the industry at the European Leader playgrounds before opening his own design studio.
Selected for many international exhibitions including “International Design Biennial St Etienne” or for the “International Festival of Design - Design Act” organized by the Ministry of Industry of Russia in Moscow.
So this is surely no coincidence that the National Education chose the bed designed for his daughters as about BAC Applied Arts in 2007.
the Cutler: JEAN PIERRE SUCHERAS
Double Best Craftsman of France 2004 (pocket knife) and 2007 (hunting knives) to Thiers.
Art cutler with great reputation in France and abroad. He exhibited regularly around the world (one of the few French cutlery to be able to do) in the largest International exhibitions alongside cutlery as W.Walker W.Loerchner, C.Bennica, J.Steinau, O.Wood etc.
Born in 1956, he trained as a mechanic fitter and never lost interest anything that affects the small mechanics. In addition, his professional activities constantly nurtured this curiosity. Since 1979, he worked at the Department of Defense alongside the sophisticated technology of military aviation.
“Know-how before do know” Could perfectly define this great Cutler.
THE LONDON Breton traditional knife
Sailor's knife par excellence, LONDON served both cut a breaststroke end to prepare the meal or carving a piece of wood.
Its name comes from the English ship where sailors were taken prisoner and held in appalling conditions.
A manly and strong knife. A folding blade tip bent to perform the duties of board and avoid fights between sailors. A very effective forced notch and a Navy anchor luck symbol of hope (the ultimate relief sailor in the storm).
All making LONDON (pronounced well in French) the iconic knife Britain.
A knife well designed for the sailors.
It has a round blade in the shape of hedgehog mushroom to avoid being wounded, it was the only form allowed on board of the boats because its round end avoided causing serious wounds in the event of brawl.
The handle is pierced with a hole to pass a lace to suspend it.
This knife of sailor was inspired by English knives.
The «Sailor' s rope knife» and the «sway back jack».
It was manufactured in Thiers since 1850.
It was called London because of its origin but also bears the name of Gabier, Terreneuvas or of Gwalarn.