While the pictoral motifs of most Coursolle knives do not affect the actual shape of the handle, this motif knife features brass scales that are shaped like a vintage sports car.
With a total length of 14.5 centimeters and a weight of only 38 grams, this gentleman's folder is a lightweight companion to your larger EDC knife.
The Le Thiers is a knife model that represents the history of France's capital of cutlery. Couperier Coursolle offers two versions with brass handle scales.
Couperier Coursolle has gained a worldwide reputation for its iconic motif knives. What is lesser known, though, is that they also make a Laguiole knife with brass handle scales.
The Napoleon knife is a collaboration between two traditional French knife manufacturers, Cognet and Couperier Coursolle. The edition is limited to 1,815 pieces.
The sujet knives by Couperier Coursolle date back to an idea that Léon Coursolle came up with in 1902. Today they are almost as iconic as the famous Laguiole and Opinel knives.