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BOKER FORGE WOOD 20 cm Carving Kitchen Knife 03BO516
BOKER FORGE WOOD 20 cm Carving Kitchen Knife 03BO516
BOKER FORGE WOOD 20 cm Carving Kitchen Knife 03BO516

BOKER FORGE WOOD 20 cm Carving Kitchen Knife 03BO516

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The kitchen knife line Boker Forge combines innovative and dynamic designs with a classic material selection, at a premium quality level. The attractive, eye catching design lines distinguish this series significantly from the masses of average kitchen knives, without being too flashy. In addition, the Boker Forge series is convincing with a very attractive price performance ratio. The knives are made from X50CrMoV15 chrome molybdenum vanadium stainless steel, are ideally balanced and provide perfect handling due to the ergonomic grip design. Black handle scales made of special high quality ABS synthetic material are durably combined with three stainless steel rivets and are attached to the completely continuous tang. The design of the blades, including the transition to the bolster, allows easy sharpening and ensures long term perfect function for the knives in combination with proper care. Please only hand wash the knives, do not place in dishwasher. Moreover, the Boker Forge series convinces with an incredibly attractive price performance ratio. The knives are delivered in a high quality gift box.

Thanks to its long and slim shape, the Carving Knife is ideally suited for the precise cutting of meat and fish. Extremely fine slices can be cut just as easily as cubes or uniformly strong tranches. The Carving Knife is slightly more flexible than other knives and slides optimally through the meat.


  • Overall Length: 32cm

About the company

        The history of Boker can be traced back to the 17th century. In the 1800’s the German tool maker was producing swords and other blades for use in the various wars that were going on in Europe at the time. In the 1860’s the company had split with part of the family emigrating and setting up factories in America. The German and American factories produced similar products.  Both used the “Tree Brand” logo. The “Tree Brand” logo represents the giant chestnut tree that was at the front of the original Boker factory in Remscheid, Germany in the 17th century.