A stunning set of cutlery, this 75th Anniversary set offers form, function and finesse. The poly and stainless combination gives it a sleek appeal and long-lasting durability while adding comfort and ease as you work. Each knife is designed for a specific task, and the steel allows you to keep them in top-notch condition. Set includes:
~ 3-in. Peeler
~ 3.5-in. Paring Knife
~ 5-in. Utility Knife
~ 8-in. Chef's Knife
~ 8-in. Slicing Knife
~ Set of four 4.5-in Steak Knives
~ 8-in. Sharpening Steel
~ 8-in. Carver
~ Wooden Storage Block
Chicago Cutlery, makers of quality cutlery since 1930, brings you this special Anniversary Set. Unique to this line is the taper grind edge, blades that offer the ultimate sharpness and remain sharper over time. A combination of carbon and chromium provides sharp edges and a tool that resists rust and stains. The full tang allows greater balance, durability and strength, while an ergonomic handle of poly and stainless combined insures comfort and confidence.
|Blade Edge||Partially Serrated/ComboEdge|
|Blade Material||Stainless Steel (high carbon)|
|Handle Color||Black, silver/gray|
|Handle Material||Stainless Steel, polymer|
|Knives Included||Peeling, paring, utility, carving, bread, chef, sharpening steel, (4) steak|
No matter what the culinary task, you can count on Chicago Cutlery® to get the job done time & again. Since 1930 Chicago Cutlery has been making quality knives with features like comfortable ergonomic handles & sharp patented edges. So they do the job well every time - & they come with a lifetime guarantee to prove it.
Why are Chicago Cutlery knives so dependable?
Strength - All of Chicago Cutlery knives are made of top quality stainless steel that contains carbon to keep edges sharper longer & chromium to resist rust & stains.
Stability - Chicago Cutlery knives feature a full tang for balance & strength. Plus, blades are fastened to handles with triple rivets for the utmost in safety & stability.
Plus all Chicago Cutlery products come with a lifetime guarantee so you never have to worry about something going wrong.