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steeley

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Two up first one is from Spain
and France if you look at the mark you see what someone was looking for:biggrin:

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both are over $300
 

sachem allison

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I see it steeley. It doesn't say Simone. It says Sabatier St. Honore Rue 84 a.Paris France. which is the original Paris address of Sabatier. Thanks steeley, I will tell TK.
 

steeley

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Bearing the ancient glove logo, this outstanding cleaver is one of the very oldest pieces you'll ever see that actually bears the Sabatier name. It dates to the earliest years of the company's history, when they were still making knives in Paris, not Thiers, at 84 rue St. Honore, which is today an area of that city popular for its tourist hotels and many cafes. It dates to the late 1800's
 

sudsy9977

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Steely....did u find the first one on eBay?.....if so can u send me the link.....Ryan
 

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Wow to my untrained eye it looks like an axe head was used as inspiration lol.
 

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Thanks for the tip, Steeley. :thumbsup:
 

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Dang, at least try to even out the finish when you're using a bead blaster to clean up your "
beautifully preserved antique cleaver......with "rich lustrous patina" :rofl2:​
 
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