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London steak knives

London steak knife : a steak knife designed for fish needing a sharp clean cut

The rounded knife used by sailors once inspired our London steak knife. Originally, sailors could not have sharp knives with them, to avoid serious injuries. Indeed, the tip of his blade is rounded and shaped like a sheep’s foot. Very soft, this steak knife is specially designed to cut and taste fish type monkfish fillet, squid … These are indeed fish that require a clean cut and clear during preparation.

Thus, Claude Dozorme, French cutler, adapted this form into a steak knife 100% French very sweet and pleasant.

Moreover, the blade of this steak knife, like other steak knives of the Claude Dozorme’s brand, is made with the very high quality X50CrMoV15 steel. Thus, with this French made steak knife, you can cut your fish without difficulty.

These knives, whose manufacture is signed Claude Dozorme, are 100% made in France in the workshops of the Master Cutler since 1902. As a result, all the manufacturing steps are integrated internally in the workshops of the French cutler, which guarantees artisanal knives, very high quality, 100% French.

Finally, this steak knife exists in several models: there is a teak wood handle or a matt black nacrine handle. The matt black nacrine handle steak knife is dishwasher safe.


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Advantages of London steak knives :

  • 100% made in France
  • Length 21cm / Blade 9,5cm
  • Knife specially designed to taste fishes typifies monkfish filet, squids requiring a frank and clear cutting
  • Knife pointing out the knives of the sailors with its end rounded off in the shape of foot of sheep
  • Easy to handle
  • X50CrMoV15 steel : excellent cutting performance and easy to resharpen
  • Tip of the blade hard but sharp

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