Charles Canon Messer

Charles Canon Messer

Charles Canon is the owner of Dutilleul Industries, based in Courcelles-lès-Lens Depatmant Pas-de-Calais, which specializes in precision machining of wood and plastic.

He and his colleagues have had a great passion for knives for a long time. The plan was to make a regional knife that pays homage to their region. The Terril was born. "Terril" (in German heap) is called in northern France the typical huge slag piles made of coal which in the
Mining emerged in the 19th and 20th centuries. After deliberating, they decided to make a knife with a charcoal handle. In the meantime, the range has been expanded to include handles made from recycled oyster shells and mussel shells

Charles Canon is the owner of Dutilleul Industries, based in Courcelles-lès-Lens Depatmant Pas-de-Calais, which specializes in precision machining of wood and plastic. He and his colleagues have... read more »
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Charles Canon Messer

Charles Canon is the owner of Dutilleul Industries, based in Courcelles-lès-Lens Depatmant Pas-de-Calais, which specializes in precision machining of wood and plastic.

He and his colleagues have had a great passion for knives for a long time. The plan was to make a regional knife that pays homage to their region. The Terril was born. "Terril" (in German heap) is called in northern France the typical huge slag piles made of coal which in the
Mining emerged in the 19th and 20th centuries. After deliberating, they decided to make a knife with a charcoal handle. In the meantime, the range has been expanded to include handles made from recycled oyster shells and mussel shells

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