Berlingot XXL cheese knife wood handle
Purists know that you can't use just any knife to cut cheese. But what cheese knife should you use for soft pasta? To make beautiful slices of cheese that will surprise your guests, we advise you to opt for the XXL Laguiole cheese knife.
This XXL cheese knife is equipped with spikes at the end of the blade to make it easier to serve the cheese. Its particularity also comes from the holes in its blade that prevent the material from sticking. This is very useful for flowing cheeses such as Camembert for example!
Aesthetically, the famous holes we mentioned earlier form the word "cheese" on the blade, which is playful and original. The cheese knife has a wood handle that comes in olive wood or exotic wood. You can easily match it with the other accessories of the Berlingot cheese range, especially with the cheese fork!
French-made and above all handcrafted, this knife was designed in the workshops of Master Craftsman and Cutler Claude Dozorme.
Technical characteristics :
The XXL cheese knife from our Berlingot range is equipped with a stainless steel rivet and a half-silk blade with heat treatment.
The X46Cr13 stainless steel we use for its manufacture is of very high quality. Its rockwell hardness is between 54 and 56 HCR.
Our cheese knives have wood handles and are available in olive wood or exotic wood to suit everyone. There is also a version in acrylic handle (18 colours available).
Its dimensions are 11 centimetres for the handle and 10.5 centimetres for the blade. In total, our artisanal knife is 21.5 centimetres long.
Our table accessories are all made in France. Each step, from design to assembly, is carried out in our workshop.
|Blade:||X46Cr13 stainless steel (0,46% of carbon, 13% of chrome)|
|Care instructions:||Not dishwasher safe. Softly wash the blade and dry it immediately. Never leave the knife into the water.|
|Guarantee||against defects in material and workmanship and in the limit of a good use and a good care of the product for a period of 2 years commencing on the date of original purchase (invoice from La Grande Coutellerie required)|