Berti Black-Handled Italian Kitchen Knives
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Details & Materials +-
Knives are lucite handles with 420B stainless steel blades; knife blocks are American maple with a magnet embedded inside.
Straight paring knife: 8.9" L (4.3" blade); Curved paring knife: 7.5" L (3.1" blade); Tomato knife: 9.1" L (4.7" blade); Utility knife: 11.4" L (6.1" blade); Bread knife: 14" L (8.7" blade); Chef's knife: 14.2" L (8.7" blade); Carving Fork: 11.8" L (7.3" tines); Carving Knife: 13.2" L (8.9" blade). All knife blocks are 2.75” L x 1.125” W in varying heights (paring knife: 4.875” H; curved paring knife: 4” H; tomato knife: 5.75” H; utility knife: 6.75” H; bread knife: 9.875” H; chef’s knife: 10.875” H, carving fork: 7.5" H; carving knife: 9.75" H)
Care & Notes +-
Hand wash in warm water using a liquid dish soap. Dry the knives completely. The blade should never be left to air dry. Wipe knife block clean with a damp cloth—mild detergent can be used if necessary. Do not submerse in water or place under running water.
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