The precisely crafted Le Terril is a homage to the North French mining industry and was designed by Pascal Charles and Aurélien Canon. The family history of the two developers is rich in mining history with a father or a grandfather, the small mine 9 north in Harnes and the mine 6 to Hénin-Liétard of one and the other of the coal dealers in Lallaing.
The trapezoidal shape of the knife is reminiscent of a "pile" of French Terril, an artificial hill, which is caused by mining residues. A special eye-catcher are certainly grips made of ground coal, which has been stabilized with resin. The "Brut" version has a pleasant, structured feel. The resort is kept simply smooth. The Le Terril has a very pleasant, not too tight blade passage and lies well in the hand. The blade is made from damascus steel. This stainless steel is considered to be very cut and easy to sharpen. The blade has a matte finish.
The scope of delivery includes an elaborately designed presentation box which is also made by DUTILLEUL INDUSTRIES.
Blade 100 mm damascus
Blade thickness 2.6 mm
Blade height 17.6 mm
Handle: 122 mm rough coal, stabilized with resin
Total length 221 mm
Weight: 93 grams
including an attractive storage box