|Created to mark Zwilling's 285th Anniversary, the Zwilling J.A. Henckels Mungsten Damast Limited Edition Damascus Chef's Knife has been produced using steel from the Mungsten Bridge in Solingen, Germany. During repair of the bridge some parts had to be replaced so Zwilling took the opportunity to use the historic and extremely durable steel and turn it into an incredible knife. The blade is made using 107 layers of steel to mark the 107 metres height of the bridge. This manufacturing method forms the basis for the damask knife and means each blade is unique. The handle is made from African Blackwood, which is quite dark, thereby forming a contrast to the shiny blade. Designed by prestigious Italian designer, Matteo Thun, this knife will serve you well in all of your kitchen work, and you will be able to hold a genuine piece of Solingen history in your hands.|
Limited edition 285 pieces – consecutively numbered chef's knives. The knife below will be exactly what you will be receiving.