This white to reddish-brown wood comes from a part of Eastern Finland and Russia. Not particularly hard, but with a density of 700 kg/m, very durable in use. This type of wood is implemented a lot in the handles of Scandinavian knives. The handle is ergonomically perfect. About Nesmuk
As a demanding chef, hobby chef or collector, buying Nesmuk knives means you get the absolute top. More than 3,500 years of knowledge and craftsmanship packed in prize-winning German top design is guaranteed to catch the eye of many. Real characteristics of the German Nesmuk are the combination of precision, convenience, design and weight. Admittedly: during use, you really understand and feel the quality and exclusivity. 30-year maximum sharpness from Nesmuk for free.
Nesmuk offers 30 years of free sharpening service for lasting, maximum sharpness. Where to arrange this? Register on the Nesmuk website, send the knife and within 5 days you can expect 100% sharpness again. Nesmuk maintenance: Regular use is important
You can clean a Nesmuk knife with warm water. After drying, preferably grease the steel with the Chinese "camellia oil" The best way to maintain the handle is to use the knife on a regular basis. Regular use gives the handle a warm, silky shine. The advantage? The knife attracts more attention and that is what you are looking for: quality and design that immediately catches the eye.