Bruno Chaperon art cabinet marquetry transforms the classic n ° 08: The mixture of four different woods playing in contrasts makes it a unique object.
Equipped with a 8.5 cm stainless steel sheet and a very resistant handle, it is practical and compact. Your VirObloc® system allows the user to move and work with total security. The wooden species are changing according to the creativity of the craftsman who created the knife. Therefore, each handle is different, varying the patterns and contrasts, which makes it a truly unique knife.
Length of the sheet - 8.5cm
The modified Stainless Steel 12C27 developed for Opinel is known for its sharpness and ease of maintenance. Stainless steel capable of suffering the heat treatment that gives it its good hardness is called martensitic. It has a carbon content of at least 0.40%, which allows obtaining a very satisfactory edge without being sensitive to corrosion Hardness of sheet 57-58 HRC.
The sheet has a polyglaze finish, the double polishing achieves a mirror effect.
The shooter is manufactured in our workshops through the marquetry process developed by the cabinet Bruno Chaperon. The assembly of four different types of wood makes each mango unique: ebony, rosewood, violet, bocc, cocobolo, rosewood, Zebrali, Boj, Amaranth ... Exceptional woods, with contrasting nuances, for an original representation. , unusual.
Invented in 1955 by Marcel Opinel, the Virrobloc safety ring is installed on all locking blades of No. 06. Sliced in stainless steel, the virobloc is composed of two parts: a fixed part and a sliding part. In addition to blocking the blade in the open position (safety of use), it is now possible to block the sheet in the closed position (transport security).