An elegant picnic knife, with mirror-finish stainless blade and olive wood handle! The Opinel No.10 Slimline Olive Wood knife is a slimmer stainless version of the iconic beech-handled folding knife manufactured in Savoie, France since 1890. It's slim profile allows it to double as a fillet knife, but like the sturdy beech wood original, it is a perfect marriage of form and function. You'll find Opinel knives in the Victoria and Albert museum, included in a permanent display of the worlds most beautiful designs, along side the Porsche 911 and Rolex watch. Opinel knives have also graced some of the worlds most famous pockets - Picasso didn't feel fully dressed without his. Updated in the 1950's to include an ingenious locking ring, and now forged from stainless steel, the No.10 has a four-inch blade, perfect for our salumi, fine cheeses, and large enough to cut a baguette! No picnic basket, beach bag, backpack, boat or cabin is complete without one.