Maple Handled Cheese Knives (Set of 4)
Every cheese deserves its knife.
Is it even a cheese plate without the proper knives? Technically, yes. Realistically, we want each of our cheeses to be cut with the knife that knows it best (and looks the most beautiful, if we’re being totally honest). This Massachusetts-made knife set has got your cheese plate covered: It comes with a hard cheese knife (complete with a pronged tip for spearing pieces of comté or gouda), a soft cheese knife (for spreading chevre and ricotta), a semi-soft cheese knives (for gooey bries and camemberts), and a cheese plane for thin slicing. And the maple handles and brass rivets look as good on marble boards as they do on wood boards or ceramic plates.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Julia Gartland
Details & Materials -
Maple handles, 420HC high-carbon stainless steel blades, brass rivets
Hard Cheese Knife is 6.88" L (blade is 2.75" L) x 2" W; Soft Cheese Knife is 7.63" L (blade is 3.5" L) x 1" W; Semi-Soft Cheese Knife is 8" L (blade is 4" L) x 1.25" W; Cheese Plane is 8.25" L (blade is 4" L) x 2.75" W
Care & Notes
Hand wash and dry. Do not put in the dishwasher.
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