Beaumarly steak knife: steak knife shaped by the M/M Studio (Paris)
Produce by the Claude Dozorme, the french manufacturer, this new knife was designed by the M/M Studio to respond to Thierry Coste‘s request. This steak knife is currently in all restaurants of the Beaumarly Group : Le Français, le George, le café Marly…
Originally, this steak knife was designed by Thierry Costes for his last Parisian establishment, the Café Français. This is how Studio M / M designed this modern steak knife and the Dozorme cutlery made it entirely in its workshops.
To match to the world of French coffee, the studio M / M has thought of this knife table ultra design and the colors of the French restaurant.
Thus, this steak knife is soft and warm, thanks to its slightly rounded blade and the colors chosen. The characteristics of this steak knife echo the atmosphere of Thierry Costes’ restaurant.
Moreover, these knives, whose manufacture is signed Claude Dozorme, are 100% made in France in the workshops of Master Cutler since 1902. Indeed, Claude Dozorme benefits from a real French know-how in the manufacture of his knives. These table knives are manufactured in the respect of the cutlery tradition.
The Master Cutler and the talented Parisian studio have found the perfect balance to create a contemporary product, sleek and stylish.
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Advantages of the Beaumarly steak knife:
- 100% made in France
- Non-aggressive round blade tip
- Knife developed by a graphic arts studio recognised worldwild for its artistry
- Knife with unrivalled cutting performance and very easy to resharpen
- Blade : top-of-the-range X50CrMoV15 steel
- Methacrylate handles, dishwasher compatible
- Delivered in an oak presentation box with explanatory notice
Création Studio M/M (Paris)
Mathias Augustyniak et Michaël Amzalag fondent M/M à Paris en 1992.
Artistes autant que designers, ils interviennent dans l’art, la musique, la mode ou le design.
Leurs travaux ont été montrés, entre autres, au Centre Pompidou et au Palais de Tokyo, à la Tate Modern et au Guggenheim Museum de New York…