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Traditional Steak Knives

from Crate&Barrel

Grand Hotel II Flatware

In the gracious tradition of our Grand Hotel flatware, this new version is scaled up and even more substantial in weight. The classic design features intricate beadwork accentuated with a subtle dome in the center of the handle.


Laguiole Le Fidele 4pcs. set of steak knives w. forks Olive The wood grain of old olive trees and high craftsmanship make this set of steak knives and forks an everlasting piece for fine dining! With "Le Fidéle" Laguiole you can be sure of getting a genuine product of the highest quality forged by traditional French cutlers. The exquisite exotic woods and high quality stainless steel - Z40 C13 - with its superb cutting edge and durability round off these perfect knives. Knife handle…


Farberware 4-Piece Stamped Triple Rivet Steak Knives, Traditions Handle, Black

Baladeo Laguiole Steak Knives with True Horn Handle, Set of 6 by Baladeo. $189.99. True horn handle from botswana. Forged stainless steel bolsters. Forged Laguiole bee and inlaid cross. 420 stainless steel. Set of 6 steak knives. Traditional Laguiole table knife with true horn handle, stainless steel blade and forged bolster. 6-Piece set includes wooden gift box.

from Joss & Main

11-Slot Bamboo Drawer Knife Organizer

Update your cutlery collection in traditional style with this selection of classic steak knives, featuring Laguiole-inspired styling and a coordinating case....

from Martha Stewart

New York Strip Steaks with Red-Wine Sauce

New York Strip Steaks with Red-Wine Sauce - Martha Stewart Recipes. No grill required, done on the stovetop in skillet

from eBay

Royal Crown Derby TRADITIONAL IMARI Steak Knife S544772G2

Royal Crown Derby TRADITIONAL IMARI Steak Knife S544772G2 #RoyalCrownDerby

Languiole Steak Knives Just be aware that the Laguiole name is licensed by many manufacturers in France. The quality will vary from exquisite to mediocre, even though they may have the Laguiole "bee" on the handle. The traditional - and more expensive version - will usually have a bone handle, while the less expensive knives will have a wood or synthetic handle. "authentic" Lagiole knives are heavier than the "knock-offs" so-to-speak.