Berti Italian Cornotech-Handled Carving Set
Ahead of the carve.
Maybe you’re about to dig into a Thanksgiving roast, or perhaps you’re dishing up a weeknight meal. Either way, you’ll want this stunning carving set nearby. Each piece is handmade from start to finish by a highly regarded artisan in Tuscany, using techniques that date back to 1895. (Take a look at the blade, and you’ll see the initials of its maker subtly etched in.) Oh, and let’s talk about the handles: While they may look like traditional ox horn, they’re actually cornotech, which is even more durable. When they’re done wowing at the table, tuck them inside their branded wooden box until next time.
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
Full tang carbon steel & stainless steel blend blade. Lucite handle.
Carving Knife: 8.90" L blade, 14.00" L total.
Carving Fork: 7.30" L Tines, 11.80" L total.
Care & Notes +-
Hand-wash only. Hand-dry, do not leave the knife to air dry. The high carbon content of the blade that ensures its enduring sharp edge means that it is not completely resistant to corrosion.
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