The Brenta 7-piece knife block set contains all the essential knives you need at your fingertips, all safely housed in a stylish light-wood block. The set includes: 8-inch chef's knife, 8-inch bread knife, 6-inch carving knife, 5-inch serrated utility knife, 3.5-inch paring knife, and kitchen shears.
Forged from high-quality German stainless steel, Brenta knives are durable and strong, and their beautiful satin finish blades are honed for long-lasting sharpness. The stylish bolster acts as an extension of the hand, supporting the professional pinch grip for optimal cutting technique and comfort. And the durable three-rivet synthetic resin handle is curved for comfort.
Since 1889, BALLARINI has been creating products infused with Italy's rich culinary tradition. The new Brenta knife series carries on this proud heritage. Packed with chef-friendly features, these knives put the pleasure in prep work, making the kitchen more fun.
- Set includes: 8-inch chef's knife, 8-inch bread knife, 6-inch carving knife, 5-inch serrated utility knife, 3.5-inch paring knife, kitchen shears, and light-wood knife block
- Knife block storage is safer than loose storage and helps to maintain the sharp edges on knives
- Knives fabricated from high-quality German stainless steel
- Satin-finished knife blades are tempered and honed to a 15° edge angle for long-lasting sharpness
- Stylish forged bolster and full tang on the knives adds safety and balance
- Traditional three-rivet synthetic resin knife handles are curved for comfort and extremely durable
- Knives and shears are dishwasher safe, hand washing recommended
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