The SAINT-AMANS is one of the most typical knives of the South of France. It resembles much the AGENAIS, but at the same time differs significantly in its sage leaf-shaped blade and the 10 solid brass rosettes with rounded rivet heads that are inserted into the handle in a raised position. This gives it exceptionally good haptics and preserves its rural history. What gives it back elegance is the blade with its distinctive swedge à l'entablure. As a sign of authenticity it presents on its blades PassionFrance’s heraldic animal, the Coq … read more about the SAINT-AMANS
Fact sheet Agenais Atelier PassionFrance® series Prestige medium 11cm, region of origin Aquitaine Périgord Languedoc-Roussillon
Blade sage leaf.shaped SANDVIK 12C27 with bevel à l‘entablure, contact with spring suppressed by poncetage
Blade length x width x thickness: 93mm x 25mm x 2,8mm
Handle without bolsters of ebony with 10 solid brass rosettes, length 110mm
Total length open: 203mm
Corresponding sheaths to the AGENAIS:
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