The 888 is THE leading steak knife. The 888 has a velvety touch, an excellent handhold and a very sharp cutting edge. This knife will delight your guests and be a real added value to your table.
Not dishwasher proof.
Our knives are guaranteed for life.
Available in box of 2 or 6 knives.
Table knives with flat tang, screw mounted.
Assembly, polishing, shaping, finishing and sharpening all handcrafted in our workshop in Thiers.
Blade length: 117 mm
width: 19 mm
thickness: 2.5 mm
steel 14C28N (Sandvik) - Cryogenic treatment
Rockwell hardness: 57 HRC
Slow-ground and polished using traditional techniques with scoured buffalo leather.
length: 110 mm
material: Night blue POM (polyacetal) anti UV
The polyacetal is a high-quality polymer (plastic) which combines technical characteristics and the physical properties particularly adapted in cutlery industry. Indeed, unlike standard plastics, it shows an exceptionnal resistance to use, to shocks and to acid attacks of food in general.
The 888 is THE leading meat knife. Sharp edge, good handhold, easy to sharpen with a simple oval sharpening steel, this knife will delight your guests and be an attractive addition to your table.
- Perceval table knives are not dishwasher safe.
The dish washer exposes knives to "metal-to-metal" contacts which significantly reduce their cutting capacity. Moreover, detergent products (washing products, salt, rinsing liquid, etc.) create chemical reactions with metal of the blades that may damage them.
Natural materials of the handles are water sensitive. In case of water contact, you should wipe them quickly.
- Table knives should be cleaned with warm soapy water and a spong (without scourer). You must never use abrasive pads which create deep scratches and remove the blade' brightness.
Rinse your knives with warm water before wiping it and carefuly store them to guarantee a extended lifetime.
- Table knives sharpening should be made with a sharpening steel. The use of wheel or power grinder is not recommanded to people who are not professionnal.
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