Mexeur and Cie Au Carbon knives are made in the classic French shape: thinner, lighter, with a straight edge. This style makes them quick and easy to use. Blades are hand-forged from one piece of pure-carbon steel, allowing for sharper edges and more durability than stainless steel.
Full tangs extend through comfortable handles that are triple-riveted for amazing strength. It’s an all-purpose knife for a variety of cutting tasks. Lifetime warranty. Made in France.
The website that SLT provided goes to Sabatier Diamant but the mark on the blade looks like the cuisinox sub brand either way the prevous reply is not an answer. there are quite a lot of cutlery makers using sabatier branding legally. I would suggest cross referencing the wiki page with the marks that are generally known. Of course I could have missed something as well. I hope that this allows you to research and buy a high quality knife.
Sabatier Cutlery started handcrafting knives in the small artisans’ town of Thiers, France in 1834. Handmade with exacting standards from one piece of superior-quality steel, the knives have earned Sabatier Cutlery a reputation of producing the best French-style knives around. Many American chefs refer to the cutlery as the “French chef’s knife.”
These is actual Sabatier Cutlery that is imported from France by Sabatier. There is no other company name associated with these knives. I have included a link to their website for you to research.