The Kramer by Zwilling Euro Meiji 38266-261 is a bread knife with a blade length of 26 cm. The knife was made in Seki, the knife capital of Japan. Every knife from the Euro Meiji series is a real piece of art, designed by the legendary American knife maker Bob Kramer.
About the Kramer by Zwilling Euro Meiji collection
The Euro Meiji collection is the ultimate collection of kitchen knives from Kramer by Zwilling. For this collection, oriental and Western philosophies come together in seven unique knives. Made for anyone who wants high quality and striking design. It doesn't matter how high the expectations are, the Euro Meiji knives will live up to it.
Each Kramer by Zwilling Euro Meiji knife is a sight for sore eyes. The blade has a core made from Fc61 steel, surrounded by hundreds of other layers of steel. Thanks to a special process all knives get their own damast pattern, making each of them unique. During this process the blade is polished and is subjected to an ice hardening process. As such you are left with a hardness of 61 HRC. It makes the knives extremely robust and hard, and it ensures that they retain their sharpness for a very long time.
Not only the blade, also the handle contributes to the special character of the knives. Made from pakka wood, a form-retaining and durable type of wood with a beautiful grain. Each handle is also equipped with an eye-catching mosaic pin. 100% handcrafted in the shape of the Kramer by Zwilling logo. Thanks to the ergonomic D-shaped handle, these knives are comfortable to use.
Kramer by Zwilling Euro Meiji knives: amazing to behold, amazing to use!