The manufacture Laplace in Thiers proves that in France they can not only create beautiful Laguiole knives. Knife art works of timeless beauty, clear in design and
uncompromising functionality are made with great attention to detail.
The origin of the name 1515 dates back to the year 1515, when the battle of Marignan was won by King Francois I. After his return from the Italian campaign, the King
attended some time in an old inn.
In this house Emmanuel Laplace ply his handicraft today. Every knife is unique and perfectly worked. Even the inner sides of the handles have decorative grindings and decorations. For this the master augurs with his signature on the inside of the spacer.
The blades are made from the best 12C27 Sandvik steel and can be locked by a clean set Liner Lock. These masterpieces are shipped in a padded zip case. These models
are exclusively manufactured for Boker, each numbered and strictly limited to 100 pieces worldwide.
The use of juniper wood as handle scales material has a long tradition, mainly in France. The characteristic pepper-like odor is unmistakable and gives the knife,
literally, a special note. The small steel-cheek offers with its matte surface a fine contrast. Satin-finish blade made of 12C27. Locked with a liner lock.
Overall length: 20.0 cm
Blade length: 8.2 cm
Weight: 119 g
Blade thickness: 2.5 mm
Blade Material: 12C27
Handle: Juniper wood