Shiroi Hana Japanese Chef Knife Set

Aug 27, 2018

Category: Gear

The kitchen is a chef’s workshop where an empty plate serves as a blank canvas for edible art. That’s why it’s important to invest in a sharp set of knives that will help you create meals to feed the soul. Finding immense success with their Kuroi Hana Knife Collection, Edge of Belgravia has created the beautiful Shiroi Hana knives to stoke creativity in the kitchen.

Each blade in the collection is made with 67 alternating layers of premium steel that wrap around the AUS-10 Japanese steel at the core. The origin of this method of blade craftsmanship comes from samurai and Damascene sword-making. Thanks to its high-quality core and construction, these knives are supremely sharp, corrosion-resistant, and boast a hardness range of 58-60 HRC. In addition, they’re etched with a sophisticated, light floral pattern with a polished mirror finish, making them all pieces of art themselves. The collection includes a slicing, bread, utility and paring knife, along with two chef knives. You can pre-order a set right now.

Purchase: $300

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