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Chambriard Amourette Compagnon Theirs Folding Knife - 1815
Chambriard Box Wood Compagnon Theirs Folding Knife - 1840
Chambriard Carbon Fiber Compagnon Theirs Folding Knife - 1890
Chambriard Carbon Fiber Slim-line Theirs Knife - 1490
Chambriard Compact Amourette Pocket Knife - 1715
Chambriard Compact Curly Birch Pocket Knife - 1717
Chambriard Compact Ebony Wood Pocket Knife - 1730
Chambriard Compact Juniper Pocket Knife - 1711
Chambriard Compact Light Horn Tip Pocket Knife - 1725
Chambriard Compact Olivewood Pocket Knife - 1709
Chambriard Ebony Compagnon Theirs Folding Knife - 1830
Chambriard Ebony Corkscrew Knife - 1735
Chambriard Forged Professional Secateurs Kitchen Shears CHCK
Chambriard Horn Tip Compagnon Theirs Folding Knife - 1825
Chambriard Juniper Compagnon Theirs Folding Knife - 1817
Chambriard Juniper Corkscrew Knife - 1750
Chambriard Leather Belt Sheath for Compact - Black - 1200BLK
Chambriard Leather Belt Sheath for Compact - Brown - 1200BRN
Chambriard Leather Belt Sheath for Compagnon - Black - 1400BLK
Chambriard Leather Belt Sheath for Compagnon - Brown - 1400BRN
Chambriard Olive Wood Compagnon Theirs Folding Knife - 1850
Chambriard Special AmouretteTrappeur Knife - 2711
Chambriard Special Curly Birch Trappeur Knife - 2717
Chambriard Special Palisander Trappeur Knife - 2701
Chambriard Special Stag Trappeur Knife - 2799
Chambriard Stag Compact Theirs Folding Knife - 1799
Chambriard Stag Compagnon Theirs Folding Knife - 1899
Grands Gourmets Chambriard Large Bread Knife - TG3EB
Grands Gourmets Chambriard Large Culinary Knife - TG1EB
Grands Gourmets Chambriard Large Fillet Knife - TG4EB
Grands Gourmets Chambriard Medium Culinary Knife - TG6EB
Grands Gourmets Chambriard Paring Culinary Knife - TG8EB
Chambriard knives are hand crafted in Thiers, France and are really something special!
Chambriard knives can be thought of as a modern twist on the traditional Laguiole style knife with contemporary lines and form. But in reality they have a namesake similar to Laguiole knives named after the town in which they are produced. Produced in Thiers, France this style is commonly referred to as the "Theirs"style.
The detail and beauty of Chambriard knives are breathtaking. They are hand crafted using very fine materials. I can also say that dealing with the owner Phillipe Chambriard for nearly ten years has been a treat. Not only are the knives of extremely high quality, the way the company operates it's business and stands behind it's products is as good as it gets!
The blades of all Chambriard knives are made from Sandvik 12c27 Swedish steel. This is the preferred steel by most of the high-end French cutlers. It has a high carbon level and has many of the qualities we have come to appreciate in carbon steel, but also has the advantage of being stainless.
The handles of these fine knives are made from top grade, exotic materials including Ebony, Amourette, Rosewood, Ebony, natural horn tip, stag and Juniper.
Each Chambriard knife is 100% handcrafted and each is decorated with craftsman's whim hand file work on the back spring.
Chambriard knives brings together all the best aspects of what a fine knife making company should be. They stand behind the quality of their knives. They make every knife one at a time by hand using techniques honed over many generations.
'Le Thiers' stands out in their production of cutlery. Named after the French town, which is known as the the capital of the cutlery industry, this outstanding knife represents a culmination of the ancestral know-how of longstanding cutlery tradition
Here is a brief summary of the history of THIERS:
1880 - The Ferrier Family (maternal side of Chambriard family) forged scissors under the trademark "Le taille pr". They were installed in Escoutoux 10 km south of Thiers.
1918 - On his return from the "Great War", World War One, Jules Chambriard had 2 activities going on at the same time, farming and knife assembling. He was a home worker in his shop in Viscomtat, a small village in the Thiers mountains. A very versatile person, he adjusted and assembled pocket knives for various manufacturers in Thiers.
1952 - Andr Chambriard (Only son of Jules) built a small knife factory in "La Montf'rie" near Viscomtat where he manufactured table knives and especially a very fashionable model : the all stainless steel monoblock knife. These knives were sold on a worldwide scale.
1965 - Andr Chambriard became mayor of Viscomtatat at the same time his eldest son, Georges, started working on the company.
1973 - The company was prosperous and it extended and got closer to Thiers by setting up in Celles sur Durolle, another small village in the Thiers Mountains.
1980 - Georges and Marie Jo, his wife, bought two shops in cutlery trading in the centre of THIERS from Mr Pirony who had created them in 1950.
1984 - Philippe Chambriard, Georges' eldest son arrived in the company who was followed very shortly after by his brother Dominique in 1988
1990 - The creation of a third shop, "Place Hotel de Ville", which was reserved for table art ware, weddings, lists gifts, etc... The name of the shop "Prestige de la Table". The running of the shop was confided to the two daughter-in-laws, Nicole and Armelle.
1994 - Creation of the brotherhood of the Thiers knife ( "Cout d Ti" in local dialect) under the aegis of Jean Pierre Treille.
Dominique answered present and was one of the founding members.
1995 - Creation of the Thiers by the brotherhood. A registered and protected model with a refined quality imposed line.
1998 - Creation of the Thiers by Chambriard with a stainless steel or carbon steel blade.Followed by, in 1999 the corkscrew model, the table in 2000, small compact in 2001 10 cm, the small fruit knife in 2004 and the hunting model in 2005 called the "Trappeur".
You can feel good about buying from Chambriard knives knowing that if there is ever a problem with one of their products Phillipe Chambriard will take care of it personally.
I guarantee you will love the quality, design and artistic beauty of these fine Chambriard knives!