Form meets function in Laguiole en Aubrac's handcrafted knife collection. From France's legendary knife maker, this stunning set of cutlery essentials is created by the work of a single craftsman. Blades are forged from ultra-strong Swedish Sandvik stainless steel; each handle showcases the organic grains and hues of a prized wood – ebony, boxwood, walnut, olivewood, rosewood and juniper. The collection includes a magnetic oak block for safe and easy storage that preserves the razor-sharp blades.
Set includes six handmade kitchen knives: 10cm and 12.5cm paring knives, 15cm and 20cm chef's knives, 20cm slicing knife and 20cm bread knife Stainless-steel blades are expertly crafted for lasting sharpness and durability.
Stainless steel 18/10; Blade hardened; PP Each handle is made from a different wood: ebony, boxwood, walnut, olivewood, rosewood and juniper. Magnetic storage block is made of Hungarian oak. Crafted in France's Laguiole region, each set includes a certificate of authenticity.
Always use caution when handling sharp objects. Avoid cutting on hard surfaces such as stone, metal or glass. It is not advisable to use any knife other than a meat cleaver to cut through bone or frozen food, as the blade can be easily damaged. Care Hand-wash with warm water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry immediately. Use the honing steel only when you feel the knife has lost some of its original sharpness, usually no sooner than six months after its first use. As you continue to use the knife, it will require more frequent honing. If you need to hone your knife more than once every two weeks, it is time to have it sharpened. Sharpen your knife at home using a whetstone or knife sharpener, or have it sharpened by a professional. Store knives in a safe place to protect edges and prevent injury.