Our FAVORITES series knives are crafted with expertise, meticulousness and attention to detail. In elaborate procedures we determine the ideal blade shape for superior cutting results. As a comprehensive all-rounder, the knives belong in every kitchen and are an absolute must-have for all professional as well as hobby chefs who value perfect design, perfect handling and outstanding cutting durability. The kitchen knives are made of carbon chrome-molybdenum-vanadium steel (X 50 CrMoV 15) and their blades are particularly sharp. For extreme durability, the blanks have been ice-hardened. For the handle options, you can choose between dark bog oak and light olive wood.
The magnetic oak knife block in a harmonizing olive wood or bog oak look rounds off the set perfectly and presents the knives in style.
IMPORTANT NOTE: As bog oak is a natural product, the discolouration varies from brownish to black.
The illustrations are only exemplary.
Available only while stocks last
blade length: 21 cm
blade thickness: 3 mm
total length: 35 cm
weight: 215 g
blade length: 22 cm
blade thickness: 2 mm
total length: 35,5 cm
weight: 145 g
blade length: 16 cm
blade thickness: 2 mm
total length: 30 cm
weight: 142 g
blade length: 9 cm
blade thickness: 1 mm
total length: 21 cm
weight: 55 g
material: carbon chromium-molybdenum-vanadium steel (X 50 CrMoV 15)
handle variant: bog oak
height: 26,5 cm
width: 9 cm
weight: 3,35 kg
colour: varnished for a bog oak look
- Question: What is bog oak, exactly?
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 old and valuable oak wood. The oak trunks have survived for thousands of years in wild bogs before they were discovered and are now worked to form our ergonomic knife handles after a slow and careful drying process.
While the oak trunks lie hidden deep in the bog for thousands of years, the wood becomes coloured and hardened. This reaction provides the characteristic properties of the wood which set it apart and make it so valuable. The bog oak gets its intense black colour through this storage in the bog and has this to thank for its particularly refined appearance.