The POISSON-CULOT is a pocketknife with actual maritime roots. Instead of a bolster, it has a steel plate at the end of the handle that can be marked with initials. On board, the knife was therefore also used as a pipe tamper. We produce it in our atelier only with exclusive precious woods such as Gabon ebony, Amboina burl and Arizona desert ironwood, and either with or without the badge "Faith-Love-Hope", that wish given to seafarers and travellers. To this day. The inox blades suppress the contact with the spring by poncetage. On the back they have a swedge à l'entablure, which gives the knife a refined elegance. We produce it in our atelier in Thiers. As a sign of its authenticity, it presents on the blade our emblem, the Coq ...read more about POISSON-CULOT
Factsheet Poisson-Culot Atelier PassionFrance® series Prestige medium 11cm Arizona iron wood without medaillon, region of origin North coasts of France
Blade: 12C27 with choil, contact with spring suppressed by poncetage
Blade length x width x thickness 88 x 21 x 2,8mm
Handle with one bolster and a steel disc at the end. Arizona iron wood without medaillon, length 112mm
Total length open: 200mm
Corresponding sheaths to the POISSON-CULOT:
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