Which material for my Laguiole knife handle?

Apart from the fact that each person's "taste" is different, the choice of handle material can be influenced by whether the future owner of the knife is careful or not.

The materials below may have irregularities in shade.

These irregularities are what make them beautiful. Each handle is a unique piece.

Other materials are available for the Collection knives, contact us

Important: as with all natural materials, the colours and grain of the knives we supply may vary from those shown on this site.



Abalone in inclusion

Acacia - France

Acrylic - Fluo blue

Acrylic - Fluo pink

Acrylic - Fluo green

Acrylic - Fluo orange

Acrylic - Fluo red

Acrylic - Fluo yellow

Acrylic - Jay feather inclusion

Acrylic - Pearly

Acrylic - Pearly pink

Acrylic - Tabby

Acrylic - Turquoise

Amboine (burl) - Asia


Beech wood (blue color)

Beech wood (red color)

Beech wood (stabilized) - Aubrac

Birch - Europe

Bone (bovine) - France

Bone (bovine stabilized) - France

Briar - Europe

Boxwood - France

Buffalo horn with crust - Europe and Africa


Carbon fiber

Chestnut - France

Copper foil inclusion

Corian - aniseed green

Corian - black

Corian - blue

Corian- orange

Corian - red

Corian - white

Corian - yellow


Deer antler - France


Ebony - Africa

Elm wood - France

Elm in inclusion



Horn tip (dark) - Africa

Horn tip (pale) - Africa


Ironwood - French Guyana


Juniper- France


Mammoth (tusk) - Russia

Mammoth (stabilized molar) - Russia

Mammoth (stabilized pieces) - Russia

Mammouth (stabilized bone) - Russie

Marblewood - French Guyana

Morta - France

Mother of pearl - Asia


Oak (barrel oak) - France

Oak (green oak) - France

Olivewood - France


Palmwood - Panama

Paperstone - USA

Pistachio - France

Plum wood - France

POM - black

POM - blue

POM - grey

POM - red

POM - white

Poplar (black-brown stabilized burl) - France

Poplar (blue stabilized burl) - France

Poplar (green stabilized burl) - France

Poplar (red stabilized burl) - France

Purplewood - French Guyana


Ram horn with crust - France

Reconstituted onyx

Recycled bottles

Rosewood - French Guyana


Snakewood - French Guyana

Stamina - blue

Stamina - green

Stamina - natural

Stamina - red

Stingray leather


Thuja - France

Turquoise (reconstituted)


Vine - France


Walnut - France

Whartog tusk- France

Wenge - Africa

Origin and location of Morta :

Highly mineralised, Morta is a fossil wood. Very dark, it is difficult to work with (wood loaded with silica)

Following landslides, forests were progressively buried by the oceans. These transgressions and regressions of the ocean gradually shaped the marshes. Lying in the silt deposited by the ocean, these trees slowly fossilised.

Today they are found buried in the peat. Black and spongy at the time of extraction, the Morta must dry for several months before being worked. Only 10% of a piece extracted from the marsh can be used. This is why it is so rare.

Although it is present in a large part of the Brière, Morta is still difficult to exploit because it is always buried in the peat. It is therefore necessary to wait for the dry season to be able to reach it.


Paperstone is the only solid surface made entirely of recycled paper to FSC standards.

This product is environmentally friendly, food safe and water resistant.

Horn :

Horn is a very fragile natural material (like our nails, it is keratin).

There are 2 types of horn:

-the horn tip, taken from the solid part of the horn and worked directly as is. It is the most beautiful and the most expensive because only one to 1.5 handles are made inside.

-The bottom of the horn or pressed horn. This horn, thin and twisted, must be hidden, i.e. heated in order to be moulded to the shape of the handle. 

This is the cheapest method, as many handles can be made from one horn.

Important information on the maintenance of a horn handle.

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