Forest and Forge Five piece Knife set
Priced at £320.00
The Forest and Forge collection, the ideal knife set for the aspiring chef.
- A delight to look at, to hold and, above all, to work with
- Forged in Sheffield from professional quality steel
- Traditional, tactile wooden handle
- Wood sourced from managed estates in England
- Designed to withstand use in the modern kitchen
Wanting to add style, flair and practicality to your kitchen then you are in luck with the Forest and Forge knife set. An exquisite knife collection made from the finest steel forged in Sheffield and beautiful, upcycled wood sourced from estates across England.
Designed with the consumer in mind, each knife is perfect and a pleasure to hold; while the sharp Sheffield steel makes it easier and smoother to cut. Each blade featured in the Forest and Forge collection is made from the highest chrome steel for extra sharpness and a high carbon level for maximum stainless quality and a durability (Rockwell 53-55). The Forest and Forge knife is the perfect combination of skill and technology and raw materials, creating the ideal knife to have in your kitchen.
The collection features only native English hardwood, with beech, ash, cherry, horse chestnut and olive ash from estates near Malton in North Yorkshire.
The perfect steel - The best knife blades are made from high chrome steel for sharpness and longevity, a high carbon level for maximum stainless quality, and a hardness (Rockwell 53-55) that allows the knife to survive in a hardworking kitchen. This Sheffield made knife is as sharp as the best combination of raw materials, skill and technology can make it.
About our wood - Our knife handles are made with English native hardwood (beech, ash, cherry and horse chestnut) from managed woodlands from a small area near Malton in North Yorkshire, and often from gale-damaged boughs. The timber is processed by a team that has worked these woods for over 20 years.
Hand wash your Forest and Forge knife in warm soapy water and wipe dry as soon as possible. Dishwashing should always be avoided, as should leaving wooden handled knives in water for any length of time.
*As all timber is unique in tone and marking, the image given is intended to represent the knife you will receive and is not the knife in question.