Steak Knife Classic Set of 6 (S)
2 249,00 kr
This elegant steak knife takes both the table setting and the culinary experience to new heights. With a distinctive and shimmering red-stained Scandinavian birch wood handle, you can feel the genuine texture of the wood with your fingers.
This elegant steak knife takes both the table setting and the culinary experience to new heights. The blade is made of recycled Swedish stainless steel and has long-lasting sharpness.
The new version Morakniv Steak Knife Classic (S) has also been upgraded with a characteristic barrel-shaped and red-stained handle of Swedish birch. The shimmering staining allows you to still feel the genuine texture of the wood. The knife blade is made of cold-rolled stainless steel of the highest quality, which provides exceptional edge resiliency after hardening. The blade is heat-treated to achieve extreme strength and toughness, as well as give the edge a maximum lifespan. Each Morakniv Steak Knife Classic is handcrafted at the knife factory in Mora.
Knife Series: Steak Knife
Knife Type: Steak Knife
Usage Area: Cooking, Steak Knife
Country of origin: unset
Blade Length: 100 mm
Blade Thickness: 2,0 mm
Knife Length: 205 mm
Total Length: 205 mm
Net Weight: 296,1 g
Steel Type: Recycled Swedish Stainless Steel
Blade Shape: Straight
Blunt Tip: No
Fire Steel Compatible: No
Flex Grade: Stiff
Serrated Edge: No
Serrated Spine: No
Handle Material: Wood
Handedness: Left Handed, Right Handed
Fit for Children: No
NSF Certified: No, No
The story behind the box
The inspiration for the new elegant gift box of Steak Knife Masur & Classic originates from a simple family lunch that took place around a hundred years ago. By the kitchen table sat the well-known saddler and knife sheath maker Rombo-Anders Ström, an innovative mind, who noticed his son Carl’s brand new Unica lunch box, made of so-called vulcanized fibre. Rombo-Anders was flabbergasted by the look and material of the box as ideas started to take shape about a way to improve his knife sheath manufacturing.
He cut a piece out of the lid of the box, soaked it, and pressed it into the same mold he had been using for decades when making the leather sheats. The result was an astonishing success and the start of vulcanized fibre sheath manufacturing, moreover at half the price compared to the heavy leather sheaths he usually was making for the knife manufacturers in the area.
Following up on Rombo-Anders Ström’s great design thinking, the new gift box has a graphic and colour-theme inspired by the old vulcanized fibre sheath that is part of the amazing history of Morakniv.
We assume that Carl got a new Unica lunch box, after all.