This is a Santoku from Burgvogel from the series Juglans Line,
with a blade length of 18 cm and a handle of Walnut wood.
The Burgvogel brand, of Karls Bahns Cutlery GmbH, a knife manufacturer founded in 1949 in Solingen Germany.
Honest craftsmanship still characterizes the Burgvogel Cutlery company in Solingen, Germany, which manufactures the Burgvogel knife brand by hand.
The family-run manufactory was founded in 1949 in Solingen, the city of blades, and is now being run by the third generation.
The series from Messer Manufaktur Burgvogel Solingen are characterized by the finest and most precise craftsmanship.
Supported by innovation in design and the latest machining techniques.
The knife steel is forged from one piece, oil and ice hardened and reaches a hardness of 56+-1 HRC Rockwell.
The used chrome molybdenum steel X50CrMoV15 guarantees a flexible and unbreakable blade with very good stability of the cutting edge.
The knives are ground in a polished hand hone and have the highest level of rust resistance and a modern design.
The seamless transition from the blade to the handle on the bolster of the knife meets all hygiene standards. For the ambitious hobby cook, as well as for professional use in the kitchens of the world.
We at TYPEMYKNIFE® carry the Juglans and Olivia series. The Juglans Series (>Video</ a>),
the handle material consists of fine walnut root wood, which is considered to be particularly robust and moisture-resistant.The Olivia Series (>Video)</a >impresses with beautifully grained olive wood from Andalusian olive groves.
Each knife in both series is a unique piece with its special grain of the wood and is an eye-catcher in every kitchen. The chef’s knives from Burgvogel are of excellent quality and are suitable for the ambitious amateur chef as well as for the professional.
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