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HOLLOW-HANDLED KNIVES

High-quality table knives with a blade made from special blade steel Hollow-handled knives are made from two different metals which are welded together. The handle is made from the same material as the other components of the cutlery set, while … Continue reading

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STEEL-HANDLED KNIVES

High-quality table knives with a blade made from special blade steel and a solid handle Steel-handled knives are made from two different metals which are welded together. The blade is made from high-quality blade steel which ensures exceptional and long-lasting … Continue reading

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DOUBLE-SIDED SERRATED EDGE

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BOG OAK

Black oak wood matured and refined over thousands of years Bog oak wood is obtained from oak trucks that have been refined by nature itself over time – it is therefore not a separate type of wood but rather very … Continue reading

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WILD OLIVE

Light wood from wild olive trees with a striking grain Our olive wood handles come from the wild olive trees in the Mediterranean region and its natural surroundings. Olive wood wins people over visually with its distinctive and wonderful grain … Continue reading

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SANDVIK 12C27 STEEL

High-quality steel for premium blades and outstanding quality Sandvik 12C27 is the best rounded knife steel from the traditional Swedish company Sandvik, which has been setting continuously new standards in the steel industry and steel production for more than 150 … Continue reading

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DCL (DIAMOND-LIKE CARBON)

Diamond-like carbon coating – surface treatment for outstanding blades and impressive visuals The diamond-like carbon treatment (DLC for short) is a diamond-like carbon coating and numbers among the amorphous carbon materials. It has some of the unique and characteristic properties … Continue reading

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