Design pocket knife by Ora Ito for Alain Delon, matt finish

The matte sheen of the steel magnifies the gentle inclination of the blade. Once the blade is folded, the bee sits by the handle, where the bolsters usually are. In this design, the characteristics of Laguiole knives are respected, and the spirit of the samurai lies within this unique piece.

 Folding knife 11 cm with an acrylic handle in black or white or a matte stainless steel handle.

Delivered with grey leather case.

    • Upon its release in 1988, this knife was selected by the Colbert Committee to be displayed at the Cooper Hewitt Museum as part of an exposition on French Art of Living from 1789 to 1989. Today, this knife is part of the permanent collection ‘Design at MOMA’ of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
 
       

    • True icons at the forefront of technology, the creations of ORA-ÏTO are characterized by a clean look inspired by the original design. He brings a fresh look to these functional objects and makes sure they fit into today’s modern world.