Claude Dozorme opens third boutique
French cutlery brand Claude Dozorme has opened its third boutique in France, located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris
After Clermont‐Ferrand (central France) and Cannes (French Riviera), Claude Dozorme has opened a 3rd boutique at no. 11 rue Tronchet in Paris' 8th arrondissement.
Designed by Claudine Dozorme and Philippe Pernot, these stores are named La Grande Coutellerie, a fun reference to the small size of the stores.
Despite their size, the shops offer all the ranges by Claude Dozorme, with all the traditional and contemporary creations.
La Grande Coutellerie Claude Dozorme hopes to be the updated and modernised showcase of traditional cutlery manufactured in France.
The new Parisian boutique is ideally located in a popular tourist area that is also greatly frequented by Parisians. It is close to the Printemps and Galeries Lafayette department stores and also luxury food stores (Fauchon, Hédiard, Maison du Caviar and the Marquise de Sévigné chocolate shop). La Grande Coutellerie celebrates French lifestyle with its tableware, enhancing the enjoyment of exceptional products.
About Claude Dozorme
Claude Dozorme cutlers is a family business founded in 1902 near Thiers in central France. In the Dozorme family, knives are a genuine passion that has been passed down from father to son and daughter. Today managed by Mrs Claudine Dozorme, the company generates 2.2 million euros in revenue of which 40% is in exports and transforms 10 tons of steel a year to make 17,500 knives.