Berlingot cheese knife in wood handle
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Due to winter holidays at Claude Dozorme's factory, products ordered with a personnalisation engraving will be shipped after 5 janvuary 2024
Wondering which cheese knife you have to use ? Indeed, a cheese platter is nothing without a good cutting tool. To cut your cheesses in the state of the art, discover our cheese knife specially designed for soft cheeses !
In addition yo being aesthetic, this knife includes spikes at the end of the blade to facilitate the service of the cheese. It is preferable to provide two different knives to avoid interactions of tastes.
Opt for this fun, durable and practical table accessory. French-made and above all handcrafted, this soft cheese knife was designed in the workshops of the master cutler Claude Dozorme.
Our cheese knife is available in olive wood or exotic wood.
It goes very well with our cheese forks which can complete your purchase. We also invite you to discover the rest of our Berlingot range and its kitchen knives that meet all you needs : cut fruit, bread or even open a bottle.
Technical characteristics :
The Berlingot cheese knife has a stainless steel rivet and a half-tand blade with heat treatment.
The X46Cr13 stainless steel that we use is a very high quality steel. The rockwell hardness is between 54 and 56 HCR.
The handles of the cheese knives are made of wood and are avalaible in olive wood or exotic wood, to suit everyone. There is even a version in acrylic (18 colours available), to satisfy your desires for authenticity.
Our knives are all made in France. Each step, from design to assembly, is carried out in our manufacturing workshop.
|X46Cr13 stainless steel (0,46% of carbon, 13% of chrome)
|Not dishwasher safe. Softly wash the blade and dry it immediately. Never leave the knife into the water.
|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)