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A real Laguiole hasn't necessary got the "abeille" emblem on it's mouche......I see you wondering what on earth is he talking about.
In knife technical terms, the "mouche" is the name for the thick part of the end of the blade where it folds against the spring. So the "mouche" (next to the spring) can carry the emblem of a "mouche" or "abeille" or many other emblems such as "trefle a quatre feuilles" or a "tete de vache".
Please note that Laguiole is not a registered mark (BIG error on their behalf hence the various emblems on offer) so all the so-called Laguiole sold cheaply in the supermarket with the abeille on the mouche (got it ???) and a plastic handle are made in China/Pakistan and not worse the bother.
A real Laguiole will have a number and name (supposedly of the artisan maker) stamped in the steel at the base of the blade (mine has). It's handle will be made of a noble base (wood, horn, ivory ect.).
Agood Laguiole can be purchased for between €60 and €150 and above. Anything lower in price is likely to be an import.
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