Manufactured by the same master craftsmen as our German knives, this range of flatware is made with the same meticulous attention to detail. They have been making high quality kitchen and tableware in the same way since 1872, refining their craft and bringing it to the knives, spoons and forks available today. Each piece is beautifully finished and there are a wide variety of heritage woods used for the handles, ranging from blushed cherry and plum, to light iced beech and dark walnut.
Item details: These slim-line steak-knives have micro-serrations along the blade. meaning this is a knife that will slice, rather than grind, through anything it cuts. In a set with the dinner fork, these form a miniature carving set to maximise the eating experience. The finely ground blade is deceptively light, and is made using a proprietary stainless steel (chromium, molybdenum, vanadium) which is harder and more durable than the average European stainless steel. The plum wood has a diverse color-range but tends to follow a pattern of warm ochre brown with tints of pink and grey. The close wood grain has a find texture and natural luster, and due to the small size of Plum trees swirls, knots and irregularities often add to the patterning.
Available with a walnut handle, as well as dishwasher safe polyoxymethylene (POM).
Measurements: Length: 9" Blade: 4.75"
Care instructions: The wooden handled version of this knife is not dishwasher safe. Avoid leaving to soak to prevent discolouring or cracking the wooden handle. We recommend treating the blade with a food-grade knife oil on a semi-regular basis.