• Row of six knives with black handles. Blade reads 'Le Thiers par Neron'.
  • Tied linen napkin with herbs on plate with ridged edges next to small knife with black handle.
  • Box of black handled knives.

Coutellerie Jean Néron

Le Thiers 6 Piece Black Knife Set in Wooden Gift Box with Acrylic Lid

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Introducing Le Thiers knives, a true embodiment of craftsmanship and French cutlery tradition.


These knives take their name from the town of Thiers in the Auvergne region of France, renowned for its long-standing heritage of knife-making. What sets Le Thiers knives apart is the exceptional attention to detail and the dedication to preserving the art of knife craftsmanship.

With Le Thiers knives, you're not just acquiring a kitchen tool; you're embracing a piece of French cutlery history. Hand-forged in a 25-step process, these knives are more than instruments; they are works of art that enhance your cooking and dining experience. Whether for your own kitchen or as a thoughtful gift, Le Thiers knives are a cut above the rest, offering a slice of culinary craftsmanship from the heart of France.

Our Thiers pieces come from Coutellerie Jean Néron, a third generation family run company specializing in Laguiole and Thierds style coutellerie or cutlery. These pieces make the perfect addition to everyday and special occasions alike.

Hand wash only.


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