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Savernake Knife With Bocote Wood Handle & Black Liner

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£413

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Savernake Knife With Bocote Wood Handle & Black Liner

Online Exclusive

£413

Only 1 left in stock
If we had to offer up a knife showcasing how beautifully engineered our knives are, this would be the knife we’d go for. It has everything we look for in a knife, starting off with the ability to make everyone go “wow!” when they first pick it up and use it. It showcases perfectly the advantages of our signature hollow grind – everyone who picks it up is amazed by how light it is, but because of our design we’ve retained the strength and rigidity one would expect of such a blade. The concave profile means that the bottom third of this knife is almost perfectly parallel – leaving you a razor-sharp cutting edge followed by less than half a millimetre of fantastic Swedish steel. Originally designed as a vegetable knife, we (and many of our clients) are finding that it’s perfect for just about every task in the kitchen, and hence its promotion to the Savernake Knife. This superb blade, made from top quality Swedish stainless steel, is complimented with a very nice bocote wood handle. Bocote is sustainably sourced from Mexico and has very bold, dark contrasting stripes running through it. Savernake Knives takes an uncompromising approach to making knives, with a laser focus on 3 main areas:
Materials: We are constantly re-examining the materials we use to make the best knives possible, from the steel for our blades to the materials in our handles.
Geometry: Our signature hollow grind achieves unrivalled light-weight knives with superior all-around performance.
Comfort: Every part of our knives has been designed from the ground up, and our handles are no different. Countless iterations & experimentation have led us to where we are today.
Your knife should really require very little maintenance, less occasional sharpening and frequent honing. If you have a non-stabilised wooden handle then the odd touch-up with Danish oil – or equivalent – will be all you need. The main thing to remember is not to put your knife through the dishwasher. Not only will it damage the handle, the steam and salt will – even with the best stainless steel – cause corrosion, particularly at the cutting edge. Lastly, if you have a finely-balanced, delicate filleting knife then don’t use it to hack your way through a recalcitrant leg of lamb!
180mm blade // 310mm overall // ±140 grams
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Meet The Designer

Savernake Knives is a progressive English knifemaker and we create exceptional knives for chefs and cooks. Every one of our kitchen knives is individually made-to-order and hand-finished, using a combination of cutting-edge technology and artisanal skills. We want you to have the knife you’ve always dreamed of. Each blade is hollow-ground, a unique profile that takes weight away from the blade and leaves an unparalleled cutting-edge and follow-through feel. We only use very high-end Sandvik 14c28n stainless steel. We work from an old sawmil on the edge of the Savernake Forest near Marlborough in Wiltshire, and strive to combine the best of modern technology with age-old techniques in our quest to make the very best chef knife possible, with no concessions or compromise. We carry out every step of the kitchen knife making process ourselves (short of smelting the steel) and believe that it’s only through keeping things completely in-house that we can maintain quality and speed and also allows us to customise knives at the individual level without compromising quality.

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