The SEURRE origins lie in the small town of the same name on the Saône, near the Côte d’Or in Burgundy. The most recent research by the historian Lemasson confirms the assumptions that a pocket knife was inevitably built here that suited as well the farmers and winemakers of Burgundy and boatmen. A knife that is at home in two worlds, on land and on water.
The SEURRE was sold in the markets of the Côte d’Or and along the Allier, Loire and Saône. It was last manufactured in the 30s of the 20th century and has since disappeared.
Design Robert Beillonnet
White buffalo bone
Blade: sheapfoot blade with swedge and choil, contact with spring suppressed by a rivet
Blade steel: Sandvik 14C28
Blade length x width x thickness: 89mm x 23mm x 2,8mm
Handle without bolsters of buffalo bone, length 110mm