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Chateaubriand Steak Knife Box Set Series

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Chateaubriand Steak Knife Box Set Series

$539.00

An essential addition to any silverware collection, these steak knives boast strong carbon-steel blades and whorled-wood handles that make slicing a breeze. Our Chateaubriand Steak Knife Box Set Series are French made with high quality, using only authentic raw materials for the stems; this is a luxury any meal deserves.

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Product Description

These knives are the talk of the town when it comes to precise functionality and glamorous presentation. The set of 6 comes nested in a glass-topped lacquered wooden box that makes it a perfect wedding present or gift for anyone setting up a house of their own for the first time. Authentic French flatware, this knife set focuses on quality, utilizing fine materials and hand assembly to ensure the best singular care. And with features like hand-polished presentation and dishwasher safety, this would make a colorful splash to any kitchen’s assortment of cooking and dining tools.

The featured picture is of the Natural Wood color.

SET OF: Sold Individually; each box set contains 6 knives
MATERIAL: Carbon Steel, Whorled Wood, Only authentic raw materials used
NOTE: Hand crafted, Made in France

For best results, wash your flatware before you use for the first time and promptly after each use. Avoid prolonged soaking, as the chlorine and mineral content of your water, especially iron, may cause pitting or staining.
Use a gentle dishwasher detergent (avoid using lemon-scented products). Wash stainless separately from sterling or silver plated items, as pitting can occur. Remove flatware prior to the drying cycle and wipe with a soft towel. This decreases the amount of time flatware spends in a hot, moist atmosphere, and helps reduce the incidence of spotting. Should spots or stains occur, we recommend using silver or stainless steel polish. Also, rubbing alcohol or salad oil can be used to remove stubborn water spots.
Shine flatware using a sponge doused in white vinegar. While stainless steel is designed to resist most common stains (stain less, not stain free), corrosion and/or discoloration may be caused due to prolonged contact with chloride rich foods such as salt, mayonnaise, mustard and eggs.
To prolong the life of gold-accented flatware, hand-washing is recommended.

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