LE PETIT - Villa Casdagli Limited Edition

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The French cigar accessory maker LES FINES LAMES and the boutique cigar producer Casdagli Cigars introduce their first collaboration: Le PETIT Villa Casdagli Limited Edition.

Limited and numbered edition (100 items).

 INCLUDES 
- Villa Casdagli Limited Edition Cigar Cutter 
- Villa Casdagli Limited Edition Leather Sheath

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Data sheet

TypeFriction folder
Made inFrance
Limited editionYes
Metal14C28N stainless steel
Weight60g (2.11 oz)
Hole diameter23mm (7/8")
Blade lenght65 mm (2.55")
Blade thickness2 mm (1/16")
Closed length115 mm (4.52")
Overall length157 mm (6.18")
ColorGreen

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LE PETIT Villa Casdagli Limited Edition 
Luxury, Elegance and Tradition 

The handle of the collab cigar knife is made of very hard Mediterranean olive wood, prized for its durability and adorned with the pattern inherent to the Villa Casdagli Collection original cigar accessories. The engraved pattern continues on the blade made of 14C28N stainless steel that is virtually impossible to dull thanks to its 59 HRC hardness. The double headed goose image printed on the handle and embossed on the protective leather sheath is drawn from the Casdagli family crest symbolizing the continuation of traditions. 

For us, it is a natural match of two brands. Both, LES FINES LAMES and Casdagli Cigars source originality from the same values – luxury, elegance and tradition. We cherish the top quality craftsmanship and believe that good things are hard to come by. We are exhilarated by the partnership and thankful for the trust,” says Jeremy Casdagli, the Founder and Co-Owner of Casdagli Cigars. 

The mutual desire for a collaboration between LES FINES LAMES and Casdagli Cigars had been present for many years. We have spent so many good moments with Jeremy and his teams over the years, all we needed was the customizable product to materialize and express to the world this friendship between men and brands. The launch of LE PETIT a few months ago made this possible and we are extremely happy to make this collaboration a reality. says Pierre Jourdan, Founder and Co-Owner of LES FINES LAMES. 


Features

Features
 
Designed in Marseille, produced and assembled in Thiers, LE PETIT by LES FINES LAMES is 100% made in France. Its 6.5 cm long blade makes it legal to carry in a vast majority of countries (even the most restrictives ones!). 

LE PETIT in action

LE PETIT by LES FINES LAMES is very easy to operate and provides the cleanest of cuts you can imagine. It is also simple to open with one hand thanks to the lever extending the blade, typical feature of Piedmont Folder Knives.

Coupe de cigare

Its built-in 23 mm aperture can cut a 58 ring gauge cigar in half. Depending on how much cap you cut, you can cut up to a 70 ring gauge cigar.

 

Perfect Cut

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Its knife / cigar cutter dual functionality will make you find your LE PETIT useful in a variety of strategic situation such as opening your mail, slicing lemons for your mojito or, as we often do in France, having an aperitif with a few friends.

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How big is it?

LE PETIT by LES FINES LAMES has been designed to be no bigger than the other cutters on the market while being much more versatile adding the pocket knife dual functionality. Two in one : save space on your EDC (Every Day Carry).

Its leather sheath fits perfectly into your pocket. And it comes with a lanyard hole for added safety!

 

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LE PETIT - Villa Casdagli Limited Edition

LE PETIT - Villa Casdagli Limited Edition

The French cigar accessory maker LES FINES LAMES and the boutique cigar producer Casdagli Cigars introduce their first collaboration: Le PETIT Villa Casdagli Limited Edition.

Limited and numbered edition (100 items).

 INCLUDES 
- Villa Casdagli Limited Edition Cigar Cutter 
- Villa Casdagli Limited Edition Leather Sheath

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