In the Puy-de-Dôme, the Alain Saint-Joanis story continues. At the time, the family business only produced table knives with ebony, tortoiseshell, mother-of-pearl, ivory or horn handles. These table knives were accompanied by cutlery sets of forks and spoons. But it is only at the end of the XXth century that the Saint-Joanis family created cutlery sets whose handles will be matched with those of the table knives.
Established in the region of Thiers since 1876, Alain Saint-Joanis is committed to his artisanal savoir-faire. The family heritage and the passion for French cutlery continue to be passed on from father to son. And if the cutlery house has reinvented itself over the centuries, Alain Saint-Joanis has not forgotten its origins. Older collections are regularly adapted to meet an ever more modern lifestyle.