Opinel Facette set of 4 cutlery knives, dark ash, 002497


Set of 4 table knives from the Facette collection, handles made of stabilized ash wood, smooth sharp blade 11 cm, martensitic stainless steel, high resistance to corrosion and abrasion that can occur when cutting on plates. More

Manufacturer: OpinelProduct code: A0101896
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Set of 4 table knives from the Facette collection, handles made of stabilized ash wood, smooth sharp blade 11 cm, martensitic stainless steel, high resistance to corrosion and abrasion that can occur when cutting on plates. More

Manufacturer: OpinelProduct code: A0101896
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Opinel Facette set of 4 cutlery knives, dark ash

Stabilization of wood by high temperature causes irreversible changes in the colour and texture of the wood. The wood darkens strongly, becomes a dark brown colour and becomes water-resistant.
The Facette "bistro" knife set with dark brown handle contains 4 elegant knives, packed in a blue cardboard case, which is also ideal for storage.The blades made from 55-57 HC martensitic stainless steel have excellent sharpness and abrasion resistance.

- The understated elegance of the dark brown colour

- pleasant grip of the wooden material

- The 11 cm long stainless steel blade is highly resistant to corrosion

- excellent cutting properties allow you to enjoy every last bite of food on your plate

Although the stabilisation of the wood allows these knives to be put in the dishwasher, the manufacturer recommends hand washing for long term preservation .

Facette table knife collection - bistro chic for every table

Each designer set of table knives with smooth stainless steel blades contains either 4 pieces with wooden handles, made of natural or with a handle made of the new eco material VittEr®, which is also dishwasher safe. The Facette collection also includes a set of 4 smooth-bladed table knives with handles in 4 colours, each in a differentOlive wood, light ash wood, black stabilised ash wood and VittEr® in white. New for 2023 is a set of 4 knives with a slate-coloured handle in VittEr® with a micro serrated blade.

Thanks to the natural properties of the untreated wood, each of the knives with a wooden handle is a little original in terms of the handle. Knives with handles made of the ecological material VittEr® (paper pressed by a special process) have the advantage that they can be used without cleaning.as well as those with handles made from stabilised ash wood, because the stabilisation process is what gives the wood its resistance to moisture.
The precision 11 cm blades of these knives are made of treated MA5 stainless steel. This martensitic steel has a high degree of hardness and improved corrosion resistance. The blade hardness is 55-57 HRC.The blade offers excellent sharpness and high abrasion (wear) resistance, which allows it to withstand regular contact with hard materials such as The blade can withstand the rigours of use on ceramics without the need for re-sharpening. Unlike carbon steel, stainless steel has the advantage of requiring no special maintenance under normal conditions of use. The smooth blade can be resharpened if necessary.

The birth of a legend

The story of the now iconic Opinel® brand begins in the 19th century, when the merchant Victor-Amédée Opinel learned to forge nails during his travels and subsequently set up his forge in France. After his death, his son Daniel took over the trade and became the "maker of sharp objects" for local farmers. because his sickle and scythe blades were renowned far and wide as the sharpest possible.
But the real Opinel-closing pocket knife would have to wait a little longer to see the light of day.Daniel Opinel' s eldest son, Joseph, decided to follow in his father's footsteps and, driven by an artistic passion...he combined hand craftsmanship with the most advanced technology of the day to create a small miracle. The year was 1890 and the Opinel pocket knife saw the light of day, a knife loved from day one and handed down from generation to generation. A knife that over the following years won hundreds of thousands of fans around the world, became a staple in many households and, in a way, one of the symbols of France.

knife type steak
blade length (cm) 11