Established in a small mountain village not far from Thiers, the capital of French cutlery, Jean Dubost is a family business founded by husband-wife team Pierre Dubost and Marcelle Colas-Pradel in 1920. Almost a century later, Alexandre Dubost represents the fourth generation of cutlers at Jean Dubost.
Jean Dubost designs, manufactures and shapes a wide range of flatware and knives. After almost a century, the same gestures continue to be repeated in a precise and delicate way to assure excellence. The elegance of a table, the finesse of the details and the precision of the cutting edge constitutes an exceptional know-how, a clever fusion of tradition and innovation rewarded and recognized by the label EPV (Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant) since 2012.
Resolutely dedicated to the preservation of the environment, Jean Dubost has developed a wide range of environmentally friendly cutlery and kitchen knives since 2008, utilising innovative materials such as plant-based Bioplastic made from corn starch and PEFC oak, wood from sustainably managed forests.
As far as the French go there is only one real brand of Laguiole cutlery. Genuine Jean Dubost. It is the brand others copy from. It is the 100% French company who first exported Laguiole cutlery outside Europe decades ago. They put Laguiole on the World Stage. Jean Dubost also has many imitators. [...]
Genuine French Laguiole cutlery is a tradition which has been celebrated with dining throughout the world. They all have something in common - elegant coloured handles, polished stainless steel and also the bee symbol. It is easy to think without questioning that the pieces are made in France. However, this is no not so! During [...]
Thiers, the French cutlery capital, has preserved much heritage connected to this traditional industry. The Factory Valley (Vallée des Usines), located below the medieval quarter, was a key cutlery production centre from the 14th to 20th centuries and is now a particularly mysterious site with a string of industrial building remains situated along the turbulent [...]
Cleaning Knives & FlatwareWe advise hand washing of knives and flatware under gently running hot water, followed by drying with a soft cloth or towel.Most knives and flatware, (excluding real horn and those with natural wood handles) are also dishwasher safe.It is essential to comply with the following dishwasher recommendations to keep your cutlery in [...]
Brains help determine your reaction to a scent.You might assume that your nose dominates all the smelling, but it`s your brain that determines how you respond to a fragrance.The part of your brain that’s responsible for your sense of smell (the limbic region) is also where you process emotions.Aromatherapy(the art and science of smell), works [...]
Scent is one of the most important senses-an odour of perfume can remind you of a special memory, or a loved one and the same applies to room fragrance.Whether your intention is to make your room appear cozy and intimate, or bigger and brighter, having a unique whiff for every room enables you to provide [...]
Room sprays have beautiful features such as providing instant, safe and effective fragrance. Like a sudden burst of sunshine through rain, a single squirt of a spray, can change a room from doom to gloom so fast!There are creative ways to use home fragrance mists... We found these on https://www.scentsnob.com/I like to spray my pillows during the [...]
Queens China can be traced in history back to 1795, in the heart of the world famous Potteries, Stoke-on-Trent and remains one of England's (and the rest of the worlds!) best loved and trusted brands of china.The designs are timeless and all have a story. The Hidden World collection showcases treasures from the most beautiful and culturally [...]
And along with Spring comes new designs from Michel Design Works. For the southern hemisphere, its a little different as MDW comes from America where they are welcoming the Fall! None the less - we love the ranges every time! The Spruce Range evokes such a clean crisp scent right ready for Spring Clean! and let Sunflower [...]