2 Pieces Set for carving and slicing food
- Type of Knives: Carving Fork and Slicing Roast Knife
- Handle material: Polymethylmethacrylate – Lucite
- Handle Color: Cream White, Black, Red
- Blade type: Forged Blade
- Handle type: Full Tang Handle
- Handle Finish: Polished
- Blade Finish: Frosted Blade
- Blade Material: Stainless Steel X50CrMoV15
- Number of Pieces per Set: 2
Manufacturing Characteristics and Product Description:
This set contains 1 slicing roast knife and 1 carving fork.
Slicing Roast Knife: thanks to its curved and sharp blade and its large cutting capacity, it allows you to cut food without crumbling it or breaking the slices.
Carving Fork: combined with the roast knife is used to hold back what you are slicing
Made with full tang blade which is a single piece that crosses the entire length of the handle. The blade surface finish is polished.
The blades are forged. They are made by hot forging process using a mallet (mallet blows break and order the molecules of the steel). The heat treatment also includes undercooling at -80 ° C to ensure maximum cutting capacity and duration.
Made with handmade plastic handles. The handles are handmade with a sheet of cold-cast plexiglass (polymethyl methacrylate) that gives them high quality and time resistance.
Each handle is stabilised to permit washing in the dishwasher although hand washing and drying are always preferable to better preserve the quality and time resistance of these knives.
Hand washing and immediate drying are MANDATORY for knives made with wood, horn or other natural materials handles.
N.B. Possible consequences of washing in the dishwasher and tips to keep your knives at their best:
1 The dishwasher up the aging of the objects washed in it
2 The more quality cutting steels are, the less stainless they are.
3 The blades may be stained with small reddish spots or large bluish halos if left to drain or dry in the dishwasher, if left dirty for a long time after use, if the washing water is rich in iron.
4 Do not wash with aggressive detergents or water at temperatures above 60 ° C