Berti Itallian Cornotech-Handled Cheese Knives, Set of 3
Someone grab the Gouda.
Bring these knives to your next snack spread, and they’ll likely become the talk of the table. Each one was crafted in Italy by a single artisan, then finished off the maker’s initials on the blade. Speaking of blades, they’re all hand-forged stainless steel, which makes them extra sharp. The handles are cornotech (read: extra durable, with the look of traditional ox horn).
There are three shapes here—a cleaver for hard and semi-hard cheeses, a fork-tipped spear for Bries and Camemberts, plus a spade knife for your Parmesan. Tip: Store ‘em all in the included wooden box when their work is done so they’re ready for next time.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
Details & Materials +-
Full tang carbon steel & stainless steel blend blade. Lucite handle.
Each set includes one of the following:
Soft cheese knife: 9.00" L
Spreader: 8.00" L Semi-Hard cheese knife: 6.00" L
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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