Opinel Steak Knives - set of 4 - 3 different types
On tables and in pockets all over France, you’ll find Opinel knives. In 1890, Joseph Opinel founded his company based on three core values: simplicity, reliability and efficiency. These days, not much has changed. Opinel knives are still made in France to the most exacting standards. Elegant, yet practical, Opinel knives have become a French institution. It’s no wonder their reputation is spreading all over the globe.
Opinel Steak Knives (set of 4) Unique and sleek contemporary fixed blade table knife set. Affordable French luxury at it's finest. The perfect gift for those who demand the best and appreciate the value of handmade craftsmanship. Made in France - Dishwasher safe. Gift Boxed. Blade: 12c27-MOD Sandvik Stainless Steel Fixed blade knife Size: 9" (Blade: 4" Handle: 5") Packaging: Storage Box Opinel Part #: 1386 Available in Laminated Beechwood or Olive Wood or Ebony - Ebony is one of the most difficult woods to carve given its hardness, and traditionally only master carvers were given the opportunity. Ebony trees are relatively small, and are found in the tropical rainforests of Africa, India, Ceylon, Malaysia, and Indonesia. The bark of ebony is tan and generally light in color, and the outer wood is a soft white. It is the inner portion of the tree that is fine-grained, dense, dark colored, strong and heavy, and has been prized for centuries. Known for its jet-black color, ebony varies from deep black to dark red, with a variety of rich dark shades. Heartwood may display dramatic and irregular striping of bright brown, gray or greenish black on a deep black background. Beechwood - Beechwood's origin is Central and Western Europe but present on all 3 continents of the Northern hemisphere. One of the most elegant large trees, with a smooth trunk and dense foliage. Beechwood is very good for carving. White or very pale brown, fine, even grain with straight lines. Widely used in furniture, brush making, toys, parquet etc Olive wood - Olive wood's origin is Asia, then spread from Greece to Provence. Since ancient times it has been a symbol of wisdom and peace. Hard, light beige with dark brown veining, even grain. excellent for cabinet work. It is traditionally used to make the pestles, bowls and spoons that are found in Provence.
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