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Royale Elité Walnut Handled Knives

American walnut meets German craftsmanship.

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Messermeister has been making knives in the German tradition for over 30 years, and remains one of the only companies to finish their blades using the ages-old hot-drop, hand-hammered technique. Each knife is high-quality, heritage, and handmade.

These knives combine a stunning, smooth American Walnut handle with a German-made stainless steel alloy blade. Walnut is favored for its strength and stamina, and it ain’t too shabby looking, either! The rich, deep brown has a natural flared pattern, each handle unique from the next. Messermeister makes the blades using the traditional hot-drop method, similar to what you’d imagine when you think of a colonial blacksmith: they forge the blade in a very hot oven, and then hand-hammer it to extreme sharpness. With vintage looks and heirloom quality, these knives will be ones you treasure forever.

Magnetic knife block sold separately.

  • Made in: Solingen, Germany
  • Made of: Stainless steel blade with American walnut handle
  • Size: Paring knife: 8" L (3.5" blade); Steak knife: 9.25" L (4.5" blade); Utility knife: 10.75" L (6" L); Santoku knife: 12.75" L (7" blade); Chef's knife: 14" L (8" blade); Bread knife: 14.25" L (9" blade); Sharpening steel: 15.25" L (10" steel)

Sourced from: Messermeister

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Photography by Bobbi Lin, Rocky Luten and Mark Weinberg.

Care & Notes

Wash knife blades in warm soapy water, dry immediately and store. To clean sharpening steel, wipe with a wet towel.

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