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Knife "St Fleuret" handle in ebony, chiseled leaves, set with an amethyst and damask

A tribute to Bishop Saint Fleuret
According to legend, probably a regional bishop of Auvergne in exchange for his trip to Rome, Saint-Fleuret stopped at Estaing on the roads of St Jacques de Compostela with his companion the Abbe de Saint-Amans of Rodez towards 620 He died there after performing several miracles and became the patron of the parish of Estaing.Around 1361-1368, these relics were brought to the village church by Cardinal Pierre d'Estaing.


The Amethyst Stone or Bishop
This precious stone, symbol of the bishops, has kept the sense of reality. This explains why the tradition of the church would have prescribed the bishop to wear an amethyst on the right finger.
Marguerite de Valois, wife of Henry IV, better known as Queen Margot, loved amethysts and, according to legend, adorned the fingers of her majesty.
The name "amethyst" comes from the Greek word "amethystos" meaning "who is not drunk", a name given to him for his presumed qualities to preserve from drunkenness.
Considered the stone of the spiritual journey, it symbolizes wisdom and strength. With its high hardness, Amethyst is the finest stone with the purple tone most used in jewelry and jewelry. Purple has long been considered a royal color, it is also one of the crown jewelry of the British Crown.

A very elegant knife with an ebony handle of choice, its forged spring, its chiseled leaves is fixed with an oval shaped amethyst under a damask steel plate.

It is carried out in my workshop and has been signed by LACAZE to guarantee quality know-how.

It will be delivered with its signed, dated and numbered guarantee certificate as well as the technical description of the materials used.