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Henckels Silvercap 8" Chef's Knife

Original price $23.99 - Original price $23.99
Original price
$23.99
$23.99 - $23.99
Current price $23.99
Availability:
2 in stock, ready to be shipped
The Henckels Silvercap 8" Chef's Knife is an everyday all-rounder that is easy to maintain. Thanks to its handy micro-serrated edge, the blade never needs to be sharpened. This kitchen workhorse boasts single-piece, precision-stamped construction for long-lasting durability. Chop potatoes, mince shallots, dice apples and slice pork tenderloin confidently and effortlessly.The knives offer single-piece, precision-stamped construction for long-lasting durability. Fabricated from superior stainless steel, the lightweight knives are easy to maneuver. The traditional, triple-riveted handle provides balance and comfort as you chop. With their stylish, stainless steel endcaps, you'll want to show off your Silvercap.
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About the Brand

Henckels, also known as Zwilling J.A. Henckels, is a revered German brand established in 1731 by Peter Henckels in the city of Solingen. Recognized by its iconic twin logo, "Zwilling" (meaning "twin" in German), the brand has been at the forefront of cutlery innovation for centuries. With a commitment to exceptional quality, precision, and durability, Zwilling J.A. Henckels knives are a staple in professional kitchens and homes around the world.