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EDGE OF BELGRAVIA
With contemporary design from London, Edge of Belgravia is one of the world´s most innovative chef knife brands using high tech materials and supremely sharp stainless steel. They state that their knives are “just as effective tools as pieces of art for the kitchen.”
2010 the brand was established in West London´s district Belgravia and officially has launched to the UK market in 2012. They combine avant-gard and very unique design through the eye of designer Christian Bird with the highest quality of materials. No wonder why the brand has quickly won acclaim worldwide with great recognition.
We represent the award-winning and timeless Ceramic collection ONYX that combines bold design with outstanding sharpness of their ceramic blades. The knife´s light weight and comfortable handle make them easy to use for supreme cooking. The pioneering Black Diamant is an angular float knife block. Actually, it´s not just a knife block, its actually a piece of art, almost a sculpture for the kitchen.
CERAMIC ONYX CHEF KNIFE (6" | 15CM)
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