The history of Coutellerie Au Sabot begins in the 19th century and continues to this day with its team of skills and experience well recognized in France. Created in 1870, AU SABOT is one of the oldest French cutlery brands. Based in Thiers, the capital of French cutlery, Au Sabot manufactures a wide range of knives respecting the French tradition in its workshops in Thiers. Well known for its regional knives and folding knives including the famous 'Pradel', Au Sabot also make an excellent range of kitchen and table knives. 100% French, Au Sabot knives are renowned for their cutting quality and durability; are distributed throughout France and countries throughout Europe.
In its long history, AU SABOT has had the best hands and the best tools for the correct construction of its knives, its desire to evolve and expand its range of products made it expand its workshop: hardened, ground and forged and . These new work tools allow Au Sabot to control each step of the manufacturing process in its own facilities. Coutellerie Au Sabot decides to get involved with the “Confrérie du Couté de Tié” and support its activities. This association gave rise to the Le Thiers® knife, an innovative knife shape proposed by Thiers cutlers, of which so many versions are offered today. The brand purchases a laser cutting machine to be able to respond quickly to customer demand and deliver excellent quality. Au Sabot receives the "Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant" label from the Ministry of Commerce and Crafts. This label is awarded to French companies with exceptional craft or industrial skills. The label was renewed in 2013.