Gabriella Bread Knife - 30.5 cm Length - Handcrafted in Italy - Pewter & Stainless Steel
The Gabriella Bread Knife, with its serrated edge, is one of the ‘trilogy’ of knives – the others are the chef’s knife and the paring knife – that is indispensable for any kitchen.
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As any bread lover will know, the bread knife cuts – or rather saws - through bread effortlessly and evenly, unlike any other knife, enabling you to slice more precisely without squashing the bread downwards and ruining its shape; this is especially true with soft, fluffy bread. Not only that, the bread knife is ideal for many others uses, such as cutting a cake in half horizontally ready for filling, and also cutting fruit and vegetables, such as melons, tomatoes, peaches and nectarines.
The Gabriella Bread Knife is hand-crafted by Italian craftsmen, using both pewter and stainless steel produced in Brescia, Lombardy; fused to produce a strong and ergonomic design. The Gabriella range of flatware and serving ware is a simple, but elegant, design with rectangular-shaped handles, featuring an attractive decorative line all the way around the edge, giving the cutlery a contemporary feel. The soft, warm hues of the pewter, combined with the simplicity in design, adds sophistication to any table setting, formal or informal.
The pewter handles of Gabriella cutlery are made using a special technique: the molten pewter is directly cast onto the steel tips of the cutlery; this process forms what is really a single element in which the "hardness" of the steel discreetly dissolves into the "soft" surface of the pewter handle, more suitable for contact with the hands.
Size: Length 30.5 cm
Weight: 200 g
Materials Used: Pewter, Stainless Steel
Designer: Alberto Tabellini
100% Lead Free
All Cosi Tabellini Pewter is 100% lead-free, so it is totally food & drink safe, and is both EU and US FDA approved.
Cosi Tabellini pieces come gift-boxed with a guarantee card and instructions on how to care for pewter.