The blade of the carving knife and its handle:
Range: Classic – Beech
First of all, the blade is made of hardened stainless steel, ground in bevel all along its length. In addition, the blade is manually sharpened for excellent cutting quality. This knife cut and cut with dexterity cooked meats, hams, salami, roasts, grilled chickens … Nothing will resist this blade.
The handle is in beech wood, naturally dried for one year, tinted and varnished. Its shape ensures a perfect hold in hand. Whether you have large or small hand, this cutting tool will give you great satisfaction.
It is essential for culinary preparations, finely chop herbs, vegetables, fruits, meat … It is the versatile knife par excellence. Its blade allows optimal penetration in soft-flesh foods such as tomatoes. It is also practical for finely chopping the herbs.
The Nogent carving knife
So why hesitate? All the conditions are there to have a good time in your kitchen with good tools. Being well equipped is the most important thing to be able to cook properly! This type of paring knife is thought to optimize the moments of preparation. This knife is designed to penetrate directly into the flesh without damaging the material. Cutting is an art and this knife is the perfect tool to do the most complete work! In addition, its small size makes it manageable and its color promises an outfit in the assured time.
Trust us in cooking with Nogent knives ***
Classic range – Beech
A traditional range that has been proven for three generations. Where to find it? In all kitchen drawers in France.
The heart of the offer NOGENT ***.
Authentic wood of charm, hardwood, natural, warm.
An extremely wide range: for all needs. Single and double edged peelers, paring knives, table knives, steak knives, bread knives …
Manufacture 100% NOGENT ***.
Explain in picture what makes the quality of the classic Nogent range *** 1) Thick blade, up to 1.8 mm, ground in bevel all along its width.
2) Molybdenum stainless steel (AFNOR Z50CD14). Degree of hardness 57 Rockwell.
3) Extra strong silk.
4) Manual finish, satin blade.
5) Beech wood, dried one year on park, tinted and varnished.
6) Brass rivets.