Berlingot peeling curved knife in wood handle
If you peel your potatoes with a conventional knife, you've probably noticed that removing the skins and blemishes means a lot of waste. To remedy this problem and save money, we offer you the Laguiole peeling curved knife!
The peculiarity of the peeling curved knife comes from its small curved blade, that's where its name comes from since it makes you think... A bird's beak. The kitchen knife is used to peel and remove damaged parts, but also to create compositions of fruits and vegetables.
This peeling curved knife is available in 18 different colours, making it a fun and aesthetic table knife. It goes perfectly with our Berlingot range and its accessories, such as the vegetable knife.
Made in France and by craftsmen, it was designed in the workshops of master craftsman and cutler Claude Dozorme.
How to use a peeling curved knife?
Its short, ultra-precise blade allows you to carve your fruit and offer beautiful presentations. It will be essential to cut in spiral your zucchinis or to give an original look to your carrots.
The curved shape of the blade is used for peeling, it will prove very practical for mushrooms for example. Its tip is used to effectively remove undesirable elements from your food.
Technical specifications :
The peeling curved knife has a stainless steel rivet and a half-silk blade with heat treatment.
The stainless steel X46Cr13 which composes it is a very high quality steel. Its rockwell hardness is between 54 and 56 HCR.
This kitchen knife has a wood handle which is available in exotic wood or olive wood. Moreover, it is also available in acrylic handle (18 colours available).
Our knives are all made in France. Each step, from the conception of the knife to its assembly, is carried out in our cutlery factory.
|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)|