Le Meilleur Couteau™ - Handmade Serbian Chef Knife
Due to the increased demand for the holiday season, unfortunately, we can't guarantee delivery before Christmas. We will do our best to deliver the orders as fast as possible.
A hand-forged, exclusive Serbian chef's knife is all you need to feel like a professional chef in your own kitchen, cooking your humble everyday meals.
This mind-blowingly stunning knife will be the first thing people notice in your kitchen and you better know the history behind it to impress them even more.
Firstly, it was voted as 2019's best chef's knife. Secondly, professional blacksmiths hand-forged it from Serbian Sarschach Steel using ancient quenching technology from the far east.
You could even cut through wood with this hardened carbon steel blade, which is made to provide extreme sharpness throughout many years of use. The rust on the blade is an edgy touch to remind you how unique the knife is and how it was made.
It cuts smoothly, effortlessly and momentarily, which is all we look for in a chef's knife. You will never need another knife in your lifetime!
Hand-made: The exclusive knife was forged, ground and heat treated by hand using ancient techniques.
Rigidity: HRC60±2, which is much higher than the standard HRC52±2 for knives made mechanically. The repeated hammering done by blacksmiths enhanced the rigidity and density of the knife.
Multi-functionality: It could be used to slit anything you want and could even be used outdoors to cut wood.
Sharpness: The blade has a long-lasting sharpness thanks to the hard-working professional blacksmiths who used natural knife grinders.
Blade: It is high carbon steel, which makes it wear resistant and durable. Thanks to the way it was made, the blade will stand tough through anything.
40 YEARS IN THE MAKING
Blade length: 6.69 inches (17 cm)
Blade width: 4 inches (10 cm) (The widest point)
Blade thickness: 0.15 inches (4 mm)
Net weight: 0.66 lb (300 g)
Weight: 430 g
*Because the product is completely hand-made by some of the best artisans there is and the measurements are all taken by hand, there might be a 1-3 mm error on the length measurements and 1-10 gram error on weight.