No.8 - France Edition by Ale Giorgini - Folding Kitchen Knife

$ 54.00 

  • No.8 - France Edition by Ale Giorgini - Folding Kitchen Knife
  • No.8 - France Edition by Ale Giorgini - Folding Kitchen Knife

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  • Opinel partnered with three international artists to create limited edition No.8 pocket knives. The "France" Edition celebrates Opinel's homeland with the artists sensibility and touch.
  • Length: 7.5" (open) | Blade Length: 3.35"
  • Blade Material: 12C27 Sandvik Stainless Steel
  • Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Handle Material: Boxwood + Dye-sublimation artwork
    Boxwood comes from French and European forests. It is a dense, hard wood, with a very fine grain. Its color varies from ivory to yellow.
  • This Knife features the Virobloc Safety rings. Cut out of stainless steel, the Virobloc has two sections, one fixed and one sliding. In addition to locking the blade open (safety while in use), it is now possible to lock the blade closed (safety on the go).
  • Each numbered | Edition of 7000
  • Gift Box Included
  • Ale Giorgini is an artist and illustrator from Milan, Italy
  • Made in the France
  • A card with the maker’s story is included with purchase

  • Maker's Story
    Savoie, France
    Founded in 1890

    The Opinel No. 8 knife was invented by namesake Joseph Opinel at the age of 18. This first design was the foundation for the wide range of knives made today. The company continues to be run by the Opinel family, and the knives have won prestigious awards like the 1985 Victoria and Albert Museum for the best-designed items in the world alongside the Porsche 911 and the Rolex watch. The knives have been used by Pablo Picasso and famed chefs from around the World like Paul Bocuse. Each knife is made with sustainable materials and continue to be made in the French Alp town of Savoie.

    Photos: Opinel | Text: Independent Goods

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