Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! I inherited this knife from my parents who sold antiques. It was quite rusted but my husband took it to work where he had the tools to clean it - removing the rust - polish it, and sharpen the blade. The Bourgade trademark is clearly stamped on the steel. The blade is curved and features two wooden handles to hold the blade to mince, slice or chop, but using a rocking motion rather than chopping with up and down movement. I am very curious about this tool. I went to the Bourgade Steel website and found that it is/was in existence since 1916! I took two fotos of it but not sure how to attach. I will play with the icons above. I guess I will have to send the fotos from my mobile to my computer before I can attach them here. If anyone is interested, I could send via message or messenger but I would prefer to share with everyone. I really am not a knife aficionado. My only other treasure is a skian dubh from Scotland Vicki well, that did not work. This site requires an image url. I do not have that. Why can I not just browse and upload images?