You will not want to be without the Rising Sun 8.5″ Bread Knife by Vitantonio
Multi-purpose: The Rising Sun 8.5″ Bread Knife by Vitantonio is ideal for slicing all types of bread including baguettes, brioche, bagels and biscuits without crushing it. This knife is also great for shaping and leveling cakes for decorating, as well as cutting delicate slices for serving. It is also the perfect companion for slicing soft tomatoes and fibrous foods such as celery or cabbage.
Premium Quality: This knife is constructed from top quality Japanese Damascus AUS. 67 layers. Ice hardened. 10 Super Carbon Steel.
Razor Sharp Serrated Blade: The Rising Sun 8.5″ Bread Knife has a super sharp, serrated blade, which will stay sharp for years to come. Protect your knife blade from dulling by using a good quality wooden cutting board.
Durable: This knife has a full tang blade with Western-style handle secured with triple rivets. This means that the knife not only has perfect balance, but it will last for years to come.
Ergonomic Design: The knife is perfectly weighted with a very comfortable grip, which makes it a pleasure to use.
Easy Care: Just hand-wash in warm water with a mild detergent; rinse and dry thoroughly.
Stunning Craftsmanship: The knife’s unique wavy, Damascus’ pattern showcases its beauty and superior craftsmanship. Made in Japan.
25 Year Warranty: The Rising Sun 8.5″ Bread Knife comes with a 25 year warranty.
Gifting Made Easy: The knife comes nicely boxed and makes a wonderful housewarming or wedding gift.
Complete The Set
- 3.5″ Paring Knife
- 5″ Utility Knife
- 7″ Japanese Cleaver
- 7″ Santoku Knife
- 8″ Carving Knife
- 8″ Chef Knife
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- Japanese Damascus AUS
- 67 layers
- 10 Super Carbon Steel
- Liquid nitrogen cooking
- Razor sharp, serrated, 8.5″ blade for precise slicing
- Full tang blade with Western-style handle secured with triple rivets
- Ergonomic with a comfortable grip
- Hand wash and dry
- 25 year warranty
- Comes boxed
- Made in Japan