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  1. Sandrin knives - Gyuto Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 18 cm - knife

    With the Sandrin knives brand, Turmond manufactures the blades of its knives using tungsten carbide which, through a sophisticated manufacturing process, reach the extraordinary hardness of 71 HRC, while maintaining at the same time a high torsion capacity and resilience.

    Combining the popularity of the western chef's knife with a shorter Japanese-style blade, the Sandrin Gyuto is born, the perfect cutting tool, ideal for mincing, and slicing meats and vegetables.

    This handy kitchen knife, with a Sandrin patented tungsten carbide blade with StaySharp Technology ™, keeps a clean and sharp edge longer than traditional steel blades.

    Intended use: kitchen utility

    Total length: 300mm
    Blade length: 180mm
    Blade thickness: 0.91mm
    Blade material: hardness 71 HRC polyhedral tungsten carbide
    Handle material: polymer
    Black colour
    Weight: 136 grams
    Country of production: Italy

    SK-GYUTO
    €204.10
  2. Sandrin knives - Nakiri Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 18 cm - knife

    With the Sandrin knives brand, Turmond manufactures the blades of its knives using tungsten carbide which, through a sophisticated manufacturing process, reach the extraordinary hardness of 71 HRC, while maintaining at the same time a high torsion capacity and resilience.

    Thanks to its straight cutting surface, the Nakiri model is ideal for vegetables and raw fish and is used by sushi chefs all over the world.

    This handy kitchen knife, with a Sandrin patented tungsten carbide blade with StaySharp Technology ™, keeps a clean and sharp edge longer than traditional steel blades.

    Intended use: kitchen utility

    Total length: 280mm
    Blade length: 180mm
    Blade thickness: 0.91mm
    Blade material: hardness 71 HRC polyhedral tungsten carbide
    Handle material: polymer
    Black colour
    Weight: 134 grams
    Country of production: Italy

    SK-NAKIRI
    €187.70
  3. Sandrin knives - Santoku Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 14 cm - knife

    With the Sandrin knives brand, Turmond manufactures the blades of its knives using tungsten carbide which, through a sophisticated manufacturing process, reach the extraordinary hardness of 71 HRC, while maintaining at the same time a high torsion capacity and resilience.

    Santoku is a perfect balance between Gyuto and Nakiri. The shorter blade length helps to cut meats, cheeses, vegetables and fruit. Through the curvature of the blade, it maintains an oscillating forward movement while cutting.

    This handy kitchen knife, with a Sandrin patented tungsten carbide blade with StaySharp Technology ™, keeps a clean and sharp edge longer than traditional steel blades.

    Intended use: kitchen utility

    Total length: 260mm
    Blade length: 140mm
    Blade thickness: 0.91mm
    Blade material: hardness 71 HRC polyhedral tungsten carbide
    Handle material: polymer
    Color: Black PVD Coating
    Weight: 117 grams
    Country of production: Italy

    SK-Santoku
    €187.70
  4. Ontario Knife Company - 417 Filet Knife with leather sheath - 1275 - knife

    Revisiting a classic Ontario model, this Old Hickory fish fillet knife comes with a leather sheath. Ideal for hunting, fishing or cooking, the Ontario Old Hickory 417 Filet Knife features a 16cm stainless steel blade with a satin finish. As with all Old Hickory models, this knife also features a wooden handle with brass rivets. Both the fillet knife and the leather sheath are made in the USA.

    Intended use: Fishing / Hunting / Cooking

    Type of production: Industrial
    Country of production: USA
    Blade: 55-58 HRC stainless steel
    Blade treatment: satin finish
    Handle: wood
    Blade length: 160mm.
    Blade thickness: 2mm.
    Total length: 275mm.
    Sheath: in leather
    Packaging: Ontario official box
    Notes: To make the knife sharper, through our internal laboratory, we further sharpen each blade before shipping.

     

    CARE AND MAINTENANCE: it is recommended to wash it under running water and immediately dry it manually with a clean cotton cloth or absorbent paper.

    ON1275
    €32.78
  5. Zwilling - Miyabi Hibana 800DP - Sujihiki 240mm. 54482-241 - kitchen knife

    Recommended use: Roast, Salami, Fish, Cooked Meat

    Country of production: Japan
    Blade structure: sanmai with 49-layer external damask
    Cutting steel: stainless steel, Sandvik FC61
    Type of sharpening: Honbazuke, symmetrical
    Blade finish: Passive etching
    Blade length: 240mm.
    Construction: Forged
    Handle: in Nylon, triple rivet, with brass spacers
    Maintenance: hand wash only

    54482-241
    €135.25
  6. Due Cigni - Classic Line 2C - chef's knife 25cm - 750/25 - kitchen knife

    In the ancient City of Cutlery in Maniago, DUE CIGNI has been passionately producing high quality professional scissors and knives for over a century.
    Special steels of the highest quality, innovative design and attention to the smallest details mean that DUE CIGNI products are not indifferent even to the most demanding user.
    Latest generation machinery, qualified personnel and renovation are the elements on which the solid basis of the success of the DUE CIGNI brand is founded.
    DUE CIGNI knives and scissors are ideal tools for professional users of the food and gastronomy sectors who need a perfect cut, effortlessly and lasting over time ... for over a hundred years.

    Recommended use: chef's knife - meat, vegetables, fish

    Country of production: Italy
    Cutting steel: stainless steel 4116 X50CrMoV15 - HRC 55-57
    Blade finish: satin
    Blade length: 250mm.
    Construction: full tang
    Handle: black POM
    Maintenance: also dishwasher safe

    DC-750/25
    €31.15
  7. Due Cigni - Classic Line 2C - chef's knife 20cm - 750/20 - kitchen knife

    In the ancient City of Cutlery in Maniago, DUE CIGNI has been passionately producing high quality professional scissors and knives for over a century.
    Special steels of the highest quality, innovative design and attention to the smallest details mean that DUE CIGNI products are not indifferent even to the most demanding user.
    Latest generation machinery, qualified personnel and renovation are the elements on which the solid basis of the success of the DUE CIGNI brand is founded.
    DUE CIGNI knives and scissors are ideal tools for professional users of the food and gastronomy sectors who need a perfect cut, effortlessly and lasting over time ... for over a hundred years.

    Recommended use: chef's knife - meat, vegetables, fish

    Country of production: Italy
    Cutting steel: stainless steel 4116 X50CrMoV15 - HRC 55-57
    Blade finish: satin
    Blade length: 200mm.
    Construction: full tang
    Handle: black POM
    Maintenance: also dishwasher safe

    DC-750/20
    €27.05
  8. Due Cigni - Classic Line 2C - chef's knife 18cm - 750/18 - kitchen knife

    In the ancient City of Cutlery in Maniago, DUE CIGNI has been passionately producing high quality professional scissors and knives for over a century.
    Special steels of the highest quality, innovative design and attention to the smallest details mean that DUE CIGNI products are not indifferent even to the most demanding user.
    Latest generation machinery, qualified personnel and renovation are the elements on which the solid basis of the success of the DUE CIGNI brand is founded.
    DUE CIGNI knives and scissors are ideal tools for professional users of the food and gastronomy sectors who need a perfect cut, effortlessly and lasting over time ... for over a hundred years.

    Recommended use: chef's knife - meat, vegetables, fish

    Country of production: Italy
    Cutting steel: stainless steel 4116 X50CrMoV15 - HRC 55-57
    Blade finish: satin
    Blade length: 180mm.
    Construction: full tang
    Handle: black POM
    Maintenance: also dishwasher safe

    DC-750/18
    €20.90
  9. Due Cigni - Classic Line 2C - chef's knife 15cm - 750/15 - kitchen knife

    In the ancient City of Cutlery in Maniago, DUE CIGNI has been passionately producing high quality professional scissors and knives for over a century.
    Special steels of the highest quality, innovative design and attention to the smallest details mean that DUE CIGNI products are not indifferent even to the most demanding user.
    Latest generation machinery, qualified personnel and renovation are the elements on which the solid basis of the success of the DUE CIGNI brand is founded.
    DUE CIGNI knives and scissors are ideal tools for professional users of the food and gastronomy sectors who need a perfect cut, effortlessly and lasting over time ... for over a hundred years.

    Recommended use: chef's knife - meat, vegetables, fish

    Country of production: Italy
    Cutting steel: stainless steel 4116 X50CrMoV15 - HRC 55-57
    Blade finish: satin
    Blade length: 150mm.
    Construction: full tang
    Handle: black POM
    Maintenance: also dishwasher safe

    DC-750/15
    €19.26
  10. Due Cigni - Classic Line 2C - filleting knife 18cm - 746/18 - kitchen knife

    In the ancient City of Cutlery in Maniago, DUE CIGNI has been passionately producing high quality professional scissors and knives for over a century.
    Special steels of the highest quality, innovative design and attention to the smallest details ensure that DUE CIGNI products do not go indifferent even to the most demanding user.
    Latest generation machinery, qualified personnel and renovation are the elements on which the solid basis of the success of the DUE CIGNI brand is founded.
    DUE CIGNI knives and scissors are ideal tools for professional users in the food and gastronomy sectors who need a perfect cut, effortlessly that lasts over time ... for over a hundred years.

    Recommended use: fish fillet knife

    Country of production: Italy
    Cutting steel: stainless steel 4116 X50CrMoV15 - HRC 55-57
    Blade finish: satin
    Blade length: 180mm.
    Construction: full tang
    Handle: black POM
    Maintenance: also dishwasher safe

    DC-746/18
    €17.62
  11. Due Cigni - Classic Line 2C - salmon knife with alveoli 30cm - 753/30 - kitchen knife

    In the ancient City of Cutlery in Maniago, DUE CIGNI has been passionately producing high quality professional scissors and knives for over a century.
    Special steels of the highest quality, innovative design and attention to the smallest details mean that DUE CIGNI products do not go indifferent even to the most demanding user.
    Latest generation machinery, qualified personnel and renovation are the elements on which the solid basis of the success of the DUE CIGNI brand is founded.
    DUE CIGNI knives and scissors are ideal tools for professional users of the food and gastronomy sectors who need a perfect cut, effortlessly and lasting over time ... for over a hundred years.

    Recommended use: salmon knife with alveoli

    Country of production: Italy
    Cutting steel: stainless steel 4116 X50CrMoV15 - HRC 55-57
    Blade finish: satin
    Blade length: 240mm.
    Construction: full tang
    Handle: black POM
    Maintenance: also dishwasher safe

    DC-753/30
    €25.82
  12. Due Cigni - Classic Line 2C - Santoku knife 18cm - 760/18 - kitchen knife

    In the ancient City of Cutlery in Maniago, DUE CIGNI has been passionately producing high quality professional scissors and knives for over a century.
    Special steels of the highest quality, innovative design and attention to the smallest details ensure that DUE CIGNI products do not go indifferent even to the most demanding user.
    Latest generation machinery, qualified personnel and renovation are the elements on which the solid basis of the success of the DUE CIGNI brand is founded.
    DUE CIGNI knives and scissors are ideal tools for professional users in the food and gastronomy sectors who need a perfect cut, effortlessly that lasts over time ... for over a hundred years.

    Recommended use: vegetable, meat, fish knife

    Country of production: Italy
    Cutting steel: stainless steel 4116 X50CrMoV15 - HRC 55-57
    Blade finish: satin
    Blade length: 180mm.
    Construction: full tang
    Handle: black POM
    Maintenance: also dishwasher safe

    DC-760/18
    €28.69
  13. Mcusta Zanmai - Beyond Sujihiki slicing knife 27cm - Aogami Super steel - ZBX-5011B - kitchen knife

    The BEYOND series is the line of top-of-the-range professional knives produced by the Japanese MCUSTA ZANMAI for the year 2020.

    The handles of the Beyond series are made of Hinoki wood and as per tradition have a decorative rivet with mosaic. The three-layer blade, with the two external stainless steel and the internal core in Aogami Super carbon (Super Blue Steel) is hardened to 62-63 HRC. Each knife is packaged in a wooden gift box with a bow.

    Production: Semi-artisanal
    Blade: 3-layer steel - stainless steel extrene plates, Aogami Super core (Super Blue carbon steel) 62-63 HRC
    Handle: Hinoki wood
    Blade length: 270 mm.
    Blade thickness: 2 mm.
    Total length: 432 mm
    Weight: 180g.
    Notes: not dishwasher safe
    Packaging: elegant wooden box

    Steel specifications:

    Aogami Super (Hitachi Metals Ltd.) is one of the best Japanese carbon. In addition to containing more carbon, chromium and tungsten than Blue Steel, it also includes molybdenum. It has excellent cutting ability and excellent thread retention. Aogami Super is also capable of achieving high hardness without being brittle. Many knife enthusiasts consider Aogami Super to be one of the best high carbon steels in the world.

    The city of Seki in Japan has been the center of producing the best Japanese blades since the mid-13th century. Natural choice thanks to its wealth of natural resources: sand, iron, coal and water, all important elements for the processing of blades. The techniques and skills of the ancient blacksmiths, handed down over the centuries, have currently been combined with modern technologies. The city of Seki still remains today the center of production of the best Japanese blades.

    Mcusta knives are made in Seki and are the pinnacle of this synthesis between Japanese artisan tradition and modern technology. Each knife is assembled by hand, finished and checked by the craftsmen of the Mcusta team. Mcusta knives are considered among the best in the world!

    Coltelleria Collini is the official distributor for Italy of MCUSTA Japanese knives

    ZBX-5011B
    €290.99
  14. Takefu Village - Takobiki Knife 260mm by Mr. Masanobu Okada - F-276R - kitchen knife

    Takefu Knives Village is a brand born in 1991 in Echizen Fukui, a city in Japan famous since 1400 for the production of knives.
    The Takefu knives brand is based on the union of 10 local artisans who make each knife by hand.

    The model presented is made by:

    Mr. Masanobu Okada
    Born in the city of Echizen in 1949, the third generation of forging artisans, he is one of the few living heirs of the "masaoki-ho" typical of Echizen, a forging technique that consists in hammering and folding the steel giving it a rhomboid shape for get a thinner, sharper and easier to sharpen steel sheet.

    Initially specialized in the production of agricultural tools with the Monjiro brand, in recent times he began to produce artisanal kitchen knives with the traditional "uchi-hamono" technique, also receiving the title of Dentoukougeishi (traditional craftsman) after having undergone the strict examinations of the commission of the Traditional Crafts Industry Promotion Association Foundation.

    The uchi-hamono technique (uchi means blow and hamono means cutting tool) finds its origins towards the end of the 1300s, in the Muromachi period and consists of manually beating with a hammer and repeatedly a heated steel sheet until a blade of cut. Many tools made with this particular method are still on permanent display at the MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York.

    In a recent interview Mr. Okada said: "I have been engaged with this art for over 45 years, but still today I still think that it is an infinite world where the notions learned never become obsolete and for this I feel I have to transmit them. to the younger generations ". Currently, under his careful guidance, two apprentices are thoroughly learning the blade polishing techniques.


    Characteristics of the knife:

    Use: meat / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with cutting edge in White Paper Steel (Shirogami) at 62 / 64HRC and damascus with 67 layers
    Provenance Lama: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant wood
    Packaging: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Blade length: 265mm
    Total length: 410mm
    Blade thickness: from 3.5mm to 3mm
    Handle Length: 139mm
    Weight: 178g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

    Maintenance:
    Considering the high carbon steel used for the blade and the extreme construction quality of these knives, we recommend a series of attentions to be followed to maintain the quality of the product over time.

    - Never put the knife in the dishwasher
    - Rinse the knife with hot water before first use
    - Rinse the knife immediately after each use without aggressive dishwashing detergent and dry with a soft cloth (always starting at the back of the cutting edge)
    - Aggressive foods such as lemon juice must be promptly rinsed immediately after use
    - Do not use glass or granite plates as a cutting support. Use only wooden bases
    - Pay attention that the cutting edge of the knife does not come into contact with other metal objects during its storage to avoid damage to the cutting edge.
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    F-276R
    €311.47
  15. Takeshi Saji - Sujihiki Knife 240mm with Desert Ironwood Handle - SPG2 Damascus - kitchen knife

    Takeshi Saji was born in 1948 in Takefu (Fukui prefecture), a city located roughly in the center of Japan and in the heart of an area for centuries devoted to the production of blades. His workshop is still there, built around the oven thanks to which, for several years now, Takeshi Saji forges steel (especially damascus) with which he makes various models of traditional Japanese knives. The choice of materials for the finishes (mainly natural), the essential lines - evocative of use - and the chromatic combinations of rare impact make his creations unique and unmistakable in the panorama of world cutlery and, at home, they have earned him the prestigious title of Master.

    Intended use: kitchen knife, meat, fish
    Type of production: Artisan
    Production Lama: Japan
    Blade: Hand forged, laminated damascus with SPG2 sintered steel edge (63 hrc)
    Handle: Desert Ironwood
    Blade length: 235mm.
    Blade thickness: 2.5mm.
    Total length: 365mm.
    Weight: 200g.
    Packaging: Wooden box
    Notes: the knife is entirely handmade by Takeshi Saj

    Use and maintenance

    - Do not cut bones or frozen. The blade can chip or break.
    - Hand wash with warm water and towel dry.
    - Use stones for sharpening and maintenance of the blade.

    TS-SUJ
    €622.95
  16. Kai Japan - Shun Pro Sho Usuba knife - VG-0007 - 17.5 cm - kitchen knives

    The Shun Pro Sho series focuses exclusively on asymmetrically sharpened blades, i.e. on traditional Japanese shapes. Thanks to the high quality of workmanship and materials, this series is particularly suitable for intensive professional use.

    The elegant design of the knife skilfully combines the classic Japanese formal language with western components.

    Knife intended for cutting vegetables: chopping, mincing, slicing and julienne, obtaining thin sheets of cylindrical vegetables are just some of the uses for which they are intended. Thanks to the particular shape, this model can also be used as a spatula to collect freshly cut products.

    The blade of the knife is made of VG10 steel of 61 ± 1 HRC
    Handle: Walnut wood
    Blade length: 175 mm.
    Handle length: 120 mm.
    Blade thickness: 2.5 mm.
    Total length: 310mm.
    Weight: 225 g.
    Notes: not dishwasher safe

    VG-0007
    €163.93
  17. Kai Japan - Shun Pro Sho Deba knife - VG-0003 - 21 cm - kitchen knives

    The Shun Pro Sho series focuses exclusively on asymmetrically sharpened blades, i.e. on traditional Japanese shapes. Thanks to the high quality of workmanship and materials, this series is particularly suitable for intensive professional use.

    The elegant design of the knife skilfully combines the classic Japanese formal language with western components.

    Universal knife for meat and vegetables

    The blade of the knife is made of VG10 steel of 61 ± 1 HRC
    Handle: Walnut wood
    Blade length: 210 mm.
    Handle length: 120 mm.
    Blade thickness: 2.5 mm.
    Total length: 347 mm.
    Weight: 250 g.
    Notes: not dishwasher safe

    VG-0003
    €192.62
  18. Kai Japan - Seki Magoroku Kinju - Yanagiba Sashimi knife 27cm. - KK-0027 - kitchen knife

    Knife with asymmetrical sharpening, not suitable for left-handed people

    Seki Magoroku Kinju

    The Japanese filleting knives of the Seki Magoroku KK Yanagiba series are characterized by a puristic design and the octagonal handle in matt black pakka wood.

    The extremely long and slender shape of the blade allows for thin and precise cuts, perfect for filleting fish. The blade of the Yanagiba series is ground on one side, made of stainless carbon steel, which meets the strict European standards and decorated with a soft and wavy line in a satin finish. The KK series combines robust quality with understated functionality.

    Use: fish (sashimi and sushi)

    Blade: MV 58HRC stainless steel
    Country of production: Japan
    Handle: in pakkawood, octagonal, with black nylon bolster
    Sheath / Case: not supplied
    Blade length: 270mm
    Total length: 400mm
    Blade thickness: 3mm
    Handle length: 127mm
    Weight: 280g

    Maintenance: NOT dishwasher safe

    KK-0027
    €98.36
    Rating:
    93%
    4.7
  19. Kai Japan - Seki Magoroku Kinju - Yanagiba Sashimi knife 30cm. - KK-0030 - kitchen knife

    Knife with asymmetrical sharpening, not suitable for left-handed people

    Seki Magoroku Kinju

    The Japanese filleting knives of the Seki Magoroku KK Yanagiba series are characterized by a puristic design and the octagonal handle in matt black pakka wood.

    The extremely long and slender shape of the blade allows for thin and precise cuts, perfect for filleting fish. The blade of the Yanagiba series is ground on one side, made of stainless carbon steel, which meets the strict European standards and decorated with a soft and wavy line in a satin finish. The KK series combines robust quality with understated functionality.

    Use: fish (sashimi and sushi)

    Blade: MV 58HRC stainless steel
    Country of production: Japan
    Handle: in pakkawood, octagonal, with black nylon bolster
    Sheath / Case: not supplied
    Blade length: 300mm
    Total length: 430mm
    Blade thickness: 3mm
    Handle length: 127mm
    Weight: 300g

    Maintenance: NOT dishwasher safe

    KK-0030
    €127.05
  20. Masahiro - Flexible Carving 200mm - MV-Honyaki M-14962 - Japanese kitchen knife

    The Masahiro knives come directly from the city of Seki, Japan.

    The quality of these Masahiro knives is very high and they are characterized by an asymmetric processing of the blades: the left side of the blade is flat, the other side of the knife is beveled up to the edge and then polished. This modern Japanese blade design translates into a superior cutting capacity.

    The MV series is made of molybdenum vanadium stainless steel MBS-26 (similar to a Sandvik 19C27 or a 440C and predecessor of the VG-10). The handles are riveted to a full tang with thin layers of black-stained wood pressed into a transparent (but not polished) polyamide.

    Recommended use: Meat, fish, fish cleaning

    Country of production: Japan
    Type of production: Industrial
    Blade: Hitachi stainless steel MBS-26 at 58HRC
    Handle: Synthetic, riveted
    Blade length: 205mm.
    Blade thickness: 1.5mm.
    Total length: 335mm.
    Weight: 114g.
    Cleaning and maintenance: hand wash - not dishwasher safe

    M-14962
    €122.95
  21. Kai Japan - Seki Magoroku Kinju - Deba Heavy Duty knife 18cm. - AK-1103 - kitchen knife

    Knife with asymmetric sharpening, not suitable for left-handed people

    Seki Magoroku Kinju

    The kitchen knives of the Seki Magoroku Kinju series are particularly light in hand and allow a precise cut; convince with their high functionality and durability.

    The typical Japanese blade shape in combination with the simple dark wood handle creates a minimalist and impromptu aesthetic.

    Use: fish cleaning and preparation
    Blade: Stainless Steel MV 58HRC
    Country of production: Japan
    Handle: in pakkawood, octagonal, with black nylon bolster
    Sheath / Case: not supplied
    Blade length: 180mm
    Total Length: 320mm
    Blade thickness: 5mm
    Handle Length: 134mm
    Weight: 298g

    Maintenance: NOT dishwasher safe

    AK-1103
    €69.67
  22. Kai Japan - Seki Magoroku Yanagiba Kinju Sashimi knife AK-1106 - 24cm - kitchen knife

    Knife with asymmetric sharpening, not suitable for left-handed people

    Seki Magoroku
    This type of traditional Japanese knives has been produced for hundreds of years in similar forms. This series fascinates thanks to its satin blade of high-carbon steel with a hardness of about 58HRC. The handle, in the traditional chestnut shape, is made of composite wood, a wood naturally rich in oils and therefore impermeable to water.

    Use: meat / fish

    Blade: Stainless Steel MV 58HRC
    Origin: Lama: Japan
    Handle: very hard and water resistant wood and black polypropylene
    Sheath: -
    Blade length: 240mm
    Total Length: 378mm
    Blade thickness: 2.5mm
    Handle Length: 134mm
    Weight: 153g

    * Not dishwasher safe

    AK-1104
    €47.54
  23. Kai Japan - Seki Magoroku Kinju - Yanagiba Sashimi knife 18cm. - AK-1104 - kitchen knife

    Knife with asymmetric sharpening, not suitable for left-handed people

    Seki Magoroku Kinju

    The kitchen knives of the Seki Magoroku Kinju series are particularly light in hand and allow a precise cut; convince with their high functionality and durability.

    The typical Japanese blade shape in combination with the simple dark wood handle creates a minimalist and impromptu aesthetic.

    Use: fish (sashimi and sushi)

    Blade: Stainless Steel MV 58HRC
    Country of production: Japan
    Handle: in pakkawood, octagonal, with black nylon bolster
    Sheath / Case: not supplied
    Blade length: 180mm
    Total length: 310mm
    Blade thickness: 2.5mm
    Handle Length: 128mm
    Weight: 119g

    Maintenance: NOT dishwasher safe

    AK-1106
    €65.57
  24. Wusthof - Seafood Set - 6 knives for crab and lobster

    Wusthof - Seafood Set - 6 knives for crab and lobster Set of 6 crab knives made in Solingen, Germany by Wusthof Dreizack. Item number 3330. Bright red hard plastic handles with sturdy steel blades steel. Each blade is signed "Dreizack - Solingen - Germany" together with the Wusthof logo. Each knife is 14cm long. It can be used in all stages of cleaning, preparation and serving of crabs. High quality, vintage set still in the original packaging. Including pure linen placemat. If on the whole the knife can be included in the paring knife category, and therefore shows a certain effectiveness also in peeling and cleaning fruit and vegetables, it is also clear that it has been designed for a more precise task, specifically to work on crustaceans. In this sense, the profile as a can opener is perfect for slipping into the carapace and therefore allows the crustacean to be opened with precision and limited effort, while the antennas can be eliminated through the hole on the blade. Here are some secrets to choose crabs and to cook them easily: first of all the best crabs are the males, which you can recognize from the smaller and pointed abdominal wing. It is advisable to choose intermediate size crabs, because those that are too large have a more fibrous and difficult to cook flesh, and small ones have little. To cook the crab just rinse it under running water and then boil for about 5 minutes in salted water or fish broth. Then, with the help of a knife, lift the abdomen and eliminate the gills, lungs and stomach of the crab, leaving instead the white pulp and the creamy part. And of course don't forget to open the claws with the special pliers, because they are full of exquisite pulp and finally use the Wusthof laid knife to enjoy the pulp and enjoy your meal.
    3330
    €110.66
  25. Kyocera - Yanagiba 21cm - KyoTop Ceramic KT-300-HP Limited Edition - sashimi knife

    Kyocera KyoTop KT300HIP black ceramic knife, limited edition, handcrafted and sharpened, with riveted wooden handle and wooden display case.

    LAMA
    of 21cm in zirconium oxide processed with HIP (Hot Isostatic Pressing) process at 20,000 tons per square meter; a normal ceramic knife is usually produced with pressures of 300 tons per square meter.

    SHARPENING
    traditional Japanese, asymmetrical, chisel-shaped, recommended exclusively for right-handed people.

    HANDLE
    14cm in pakkawood and makassar wood with aluminum rivets; pakkawood is mainly chosen for its low porosity which guarantees maximum hygiene even after years of continuous use.

    PACKAGE
    display case in solid wood.

    USE
    Ideal for working and filleting raw fish (sashimi).

    MAINTENANCE
    Hand wash with water and dish detergent, showing that you are passing abrasive sponges directly onto the blade edge. Dry with a clean cotton cloth and put away. For sharpening only contact sharpening centers specialized in high-end ceramic knives.

    KYO-KT300HIP
    €778.69
  26. Mercer Culinary - Oyster Knife with Poly Handle, 10,2 cm, White

    Mercer Culinary - Oyster Knife with Poly Handle, 10,2 cm, White Use this Mercer Culinary boston style oyster knife to effortlessly open oysters and prepare signature seafood dishes in your restaurant or catering kitchen! Offering superior strength and function, this Mercer Culinary M33029A boston style oyster knife is sure to become an essential tool at any seafood venue. The long, narrow blade makes it extremely versatile and effective at opening any type of oyster. Textured poly handle for sure grip High carbon, stain-free steel blades for durability and sharpness Rounded blade tips for safety Rounded handle back for comfort Limited Lifetime Warranty
    M33029
    €8.20
  27. Zwilling - Miyabi 5000FC-D - Nakiri 180mm. 34685-171 - kitchen knife

    Production: Japan
    Blade: laminate with sharp steel FC61 to 61HRC and damask outer cheeks to 49 layers
    Cut: Symmetrical
    Construction: Forged
    Grip: micarta
    Blade length: 180mm.
    Recommended use: vegetables, sausages, meat, fish

    Notes: developed in collaboration with Chef Rokusaburo Michiba

    34685-171
    €151.64
  28. Kai Japan - Tim Mälzer Minamo Series TMM-0701 - Utility knife 15cm. - kitchen knives

    Blade: Japanese VG10 rolled steel in SanMai at 61 hrc
    Handle: Black Pakkawood wood
    Blade length: 150 mm.
    Blade thickness: 2.2 mm.
    Total length: 255 mm.
    Weight: 92 g.
    Notes: not dishwasher safe

    TMM-0701
    €143.44
  29. Sagaform - Seafood Set - 4 forks and seafood cracker

    Sagaform - Sea food Set - 4 forks and seafood crackerSagaform is a Swedish company that produces design objects for the kitchen and the home bar. The Sagaform objects are functional and friendly and rejoice those who donate them and those who receive them. Founded in 1988, Sagaform works with the most important Swedish designers, and its products have quickly become famous throughout Europe. Set consisting of 4 forks and lobster pliers Sagaform. For shellfish lovers a necessary article on your tables. With this handy tool you can crack even the hardest shell! A must-have for the traditional Swedish Kräftskiva crayfish party, this is also an indispensable kitchen accessory for anyone who loves crustaceans. Features: - length 20 cm forks - caliper length 16 cm - packed in 2 linen bags.
    4942SET
    €32.79
  30. Takefu Village - Takobiki Knife 270mm by Mr. Masanobu Okada - kitchen knife

    He was born in 1949 and is the 3rd generation of Okada Uchihamono. He is originally a blacksmith of gardening tools such as a sickle. In recent years, he has started to produce unique kitchen knife like your bought Takobiki. The Traditional Craftsman is the so-called Dentoukougeishi (Traditional Craftsman) which is the Accreditation Examination conducted by the Traditional Crafts Industry Promotion Association Foundation in accordance with Section 8 of Section 24 of the Act on Promotion of Traditional Craft Industries

    Knife Features:

    Use: meat / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer Damask "Suminagashi"
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Length Blade: 265mm
    Total Length: 410mm
    Thickness Blade: 3.5mm to 3mm
    Length Grip: 139mm
    Weight: 162g

    F-416
    €311.47
  31. Takefu Village - Yanagiba Sashimi Knife 270mm by Mr. Hideo Kitaoka - kitchen knife

    Mr. Hideo Kitaoka
    He was born in 1950 and is the 3rd generation of Kitaoka Hamono. He has been a specialist of Kataba (single-beveled) knife from the beginning. He is also Dentoukougeishi.

    Use: meat / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer Damask "Suminagashi"
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Length Blade: 257mm
    Total Length: 410mm
    Thickness Blade: 4mm to 1.5mm
    Length Grip: 139mm
    Weight: 184g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

    C-804
    €303.28
  32. Takefu Village - Yanagiba Sashimi Knife 210mm by Mr. Hideo Kitaoka - kitchen knife

    Mr. Hideo Kitaoka
    He was born in 1950 and is the 3rd generation of Kitaoka Hamono. He has been a specialist of Kataba (single-beveled) knife from the beginning. He is also Dentoukougeishi.

    Knife Features:

    Use: meat / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer Damask "Suminagashi"
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Blade Length: 200mm
    Total Length: 343mm
    Thickness Blade: 3.5mm to 1.5mm
    Length Grip: 127mm
    Weight: 114g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

    C-802
    €213.11
  33. Takefu Village - Kamausuba Knife 180mm by Mr. Hideo Kitaoka - kitchen knife

    Mr. Hideo Kitaoka
    He was born in 1950 and is the 3rd generation of Kitaoka Hamono. He has been a specialist of Kataba (single-beveled) knife from the beginning. He is also Dentoukougeishi.

     

    Knife Features:

    Use: vegetable / fish

    Blade: CladSteel carbon steel with 62 / 64HRC White Paper Steel (Shirogami) cutting edge and 33-layer Damask "Suminagashi"
    Origin Knife: Japanese craftsmanship
    Handle: SandalWood, very hard and water resistant
    Packing: in cardboard with Japanese writing
    Length Blade: 170mm
    Total Length: 320mm
    Thickness Blade: 4mm to 2mm
    Length Grip: 132mm
    Weight: 166g

    * Not every knife is signed on the blade by the craftsman who made it

     

    C-827
    €245.08
  34. Global knives - GS2 - Universal 13cm - Utility - kitchen knife - Promo Dad

    Use: Ideal for cleaning, chopping and chopping vegetables; also excellent for cleaning fish, salami and cheeses.
    Blade length: 13cm.

    GLOBAL Japanese knives are the favorite of Chefs in the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in the world.

    The first GLOBAL knife was designed in 1985 by Komin Yamada, who gave the knife he created a new and revolutionary design.

    The main features of GLOBAL knives are:
    - Lightness: GLOBAL was the first company in the world to make an empty steel knife in the handle. This feature allows you to reduce the weight of the knife by 30%.
    - Manageability: thanks to the lightness and anatomical shape of the handle, GLOBAL knives lend themselves to continuous and prolonged times of use, minimizing user fatigue.
    - Wire hold: GLOBAL knives are made using the best steels and the most modern manufacturing techniques. In the blades there is a high percentage of Molybdenum / Vanadium thanks to which the hardness of the steel reaches 56/58 Rockwell of hardness, consequently increasing the life of the wire.
    - Sturdiness: being the GLOBAL knives completely in steel (both the handle and the blade) they are practically indestructible.
    - Elegance

    Awards acquired by GLOBAL knives:
    1990 - Japanese Good Design by MITI
    1991 - Selected for International Design Year Book
    1992 - Selected as Best Cooks' Knife in Benelux
    1995 - Selected as Best Knife by WHICH Magazine in the UK
    1996 - Selected as Sharpest Knife by A LA CARTE Magazine in Germany

    All Global products marketed by us are indelibly screen-printed with the Collini Cutlery logo (as in the image). This marking guarantees the buyer to have certainty about the quality, traceability, guarantee over the years and future privileged assistance on the product purchased from the Collini Cutlery.

    GS2
    Special Price €53.58 Regular Price €63.03
  35. Zwilling - Miyabi 5000FC-D - Sujihiki 240mm. 34680-241 - kitchen knife

    Production: Japan
    Blade: laminate with sharp steel FC61 to 61HRC and damask outer cheeks to 49 layers
    Cut: Symmetrical
    Construction: Forged
    Grip: micarta
    Blade length: 240mm.
    Recommended use: sausages, meat, fish

    Notes: developed in collaboration with Chef Rokusaburo Michiba

    34680-241
    €151.64
  36. Zwilling - Miyabi 5000FC-D - Santoku 180mm. 34684-181 - kitchen knife

    Production: Japan
    Blade: laminate with sharp steel FC61 to 61HRC and damask outer cheeks to 49 layers
    Cut: Symmetrical
    Construction: Forged
    Grip: micarta
    Blade length: 180mm.
    Recommended use: vegetables, sausages, meat, fish

    Notes: developed in collaboration with Chef Rokusaburo Michiba

    34684-181
    €151.64
  37. Kai Japan - Seki Magoroku Redwood MGR-0150U utility - 15cm - kitchen knife

    Occupation: utility, meat, fish, vegetables

    Blade: Stainless Steel 58HRC MV
    Lama origin: Japan
    Handle: Red Wood, very hard wood and water-resistant black polypropylene
    Blade length: 100mm
    Overall Length: 230mm
    Blade Thickness: 2mm
    Handle length: 132mm
    Weight: 70g

    * Not dishwasher

    MGR-0150U
    €45.90
    Rating:
    87%
    4.4
  38. Zwilling - Miyabi 6000MCT - Sujihiki 240mm - 34078-241 - professional kitchen knife

    Recommended uses: fish, Roasts, Sausages
    Production Country: Japan
    Blade: Stainless steel laminate Cryodur Micro Carbide MC63 to 63HRC
    Sharpening: A three phases, styled "Honbazuke"
    surface finish: Hammering mirror polished style "Tsuchime"
    Blade length: 240mm
    Blade thickness: 2mm
    Overall Length: 365mm
    Weight: 195g.
    Handle: pakkawood wood with mosaic pins, spacers brass and micarta and steel shank
    Packaging: transparent plastic box with Miyabi logos
    Maintenance: not dishwasher safe

    34078-241
    €163.11
  39. Kai Japan - Shun DM-0701 - Utility 150 mm. - VERSION FOR LEFTY - Kitchen knives

    Kai, Japanese industry Kershaw Knives partners, has introduced Shun, a set of kitchen knives suited to lovers and collectors.

    Forged by a lamina of VG-10 stainless steel folded and twisted for 32 times, up to create the typical damask pattern on both faces of the blade. The knife has so excellent razor cutting capacity, penetration and edge retention unmatched on any other steel blade.

    Currently these knives are the top of Japanese technology in the culinary field, and the quality is not limited to steel used, but continues with the care of workmanship and materials used, such as the stunning black Pakkawood wood used for ergonomic handles.

    Kai Japan - Shun - Utility 115mm. VERSIONE FOR LEFTY (the blade does not change compared to the DM-0701 model).

    Blade: Damascus steel VG-10 to 32 layers
    Handle: black Pakkawood Wood
    Blade length: 150 mm.
    Blade thickness: 3 mm.
    Overall length: 265 mm.
    Weight: 80 g.
    Notes: not dishwasher safe
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    DM-0701L
    €97.54
  40. Global knives - GS82 - Utility Flexible Knife 14.5cm - fish cooking knife

    Flexible knife suitable for filleting fish and vegetables or for scalloping meat.

    Use: Filleting
    Blade length: 14.5 cm.
    Total Length: 26 Cm.


    GLOBAL Japanese knives are the favorite of Chefs in the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in the world.
    The first GLOBAL knife was designed in 1985 by Komin Yamada, who gave the knife he created a new and revolutionary design.

    The main features of GLOBAL knives are:
    - Lightness: GLOBAL was the first company in the world to make an empty steel knife in the handle. This feature allows you to reduce the weight of the knife by 30%.
    - Manageability: thanks to the lightness and anatomical shape of the handle, GLOBAL knives lend themselves to continuous and prolonged times of use, minimizing user fatigue.
    - Wire hold: GLOBAL knives are made using the best steels and the most modern manufacturing techniques. In the blades there is a high percentage of Molybdenum / Vanadium thanks to which the hardness of the steel reaches 56/58 Rockwell of hardness, consequently increasing the life of the wire.
    - Sturdiness: being the GLOBAL knives completely in steel (both the handle and the blade) they are practically indestructible.
    - Elegance
    Awards acquired by GLOBAL knives:

    1990 - Japanese Good Design by MITI
    1991 - Selected for International Design Year Book
    1992 - Selected as Best Cooks' Knife in Benelux
    1995 - Selected as Best Knife by WHICH Magazine in the UK
    1996 - Selected as Sharpest Knife by A LA CARTE Magazine in Germany

    All Global products marketed by us are indelibly screen-printed with the Collini Cutlery logo (as in the image). This marking guarantees the buyer to have certainty about the quality, traceability, guarantee over the years and future privileged assistance on the product purchased from the Collini Cutlery.

    GS82
    €59.84