Blackness in Cuts

Behold a set of three knives, all of them purest black. In fact, these knives are so black, they’re branded that way – “Pure Black.” And the magnet that holds them to the wall like a great set of knives should be displayed? “Pure White.” These products are designed for Shelton, who presents them as a set, the magnet 42 cm long seeming to float on the wall, simplicity abound. Pure Black, three knives for cutting, are exceptionally clean and functional, each of them forged of a single piece of stainless steel, their handles effortlessly blending into their blades.

The matte black coating along these knives provide a superb grip and evoke the though of elegant cooking, beautiful cuts, and gourmet dinners. Cut with style.

Pure White: Materials: stainless steel and plastics Length: 42 cm / Height: 3,5 cm / Depth: 1,2 cm

Pure Black: Materials: stainless chromium steel with soft black coating Length: chef’s knives 34,3 cm / 23,7 cm – bread knife 37,4 cm FDA approved

Designer: HolmbäckNordentoft

20 Comments

  • yoshuawuyts says:

    What happens to them when they need to be sharpened? Do they lose their coating, or am I just imagining things?

  • yoshuawuyts says:

    What happens to them when they need to be sharpened? Do they lose their coating, or am I just imagining things?

  • Bemused Designs says:

    These products are designed for STELTON, who…

    There, Fixed That For You…

  • Bemused Designs says:

    These products are designed for STELTON, who…

    There, Fixed That For You…

  • Stella476 says:

    Does anyone know what these knives run? I want a set, but cannot find a price anywhere, though they do not appear to simply be a concept…

  • Stella476 says:

    Does anyone know what these knives run? I want a set, but cannot find a price anywhere, though they do not appear to simply be a concept…

  • mimmi says:

    This is simply awesome! would buy a set if it ever comes out

  • mimmi says:

    This is simply awesome! would buy a set if it ever comes out

  • Eddd222 says:

    Whichever coating process they use will add a few micron on the cutting edge of the knives, it might seem like nothing, but they will definitly result in a knife that is less sharp.
    You need to sharpen the knives after coating. I think it might even look nicer with clear metal finish on the edge

  • Eddd222 says:

    Whichever coating process they use will add a few micron on the cutting edge of the knives, it might seem like nothing, but they will definitly result in a knife that is less sharp.
    You need to sharpen the knives after coating. I think it might even look nicer with clear metal finish on the edge

  • Eddd222 says:

    Just had another close look, the edge is sharpened after coating, it's more clear when you follow the link

  • Eddd222 says:

    Just had another close look, the edge is sharpened after coating, it's more clear when you follow the link

  • TKSH says:

    I think that they must have in the handle some type of insulating and nonskid material… by security questions.

  • TKSH says:

    I think that they must have in the handle some type of insulating and nonskid material… by security questions.

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