About the Carving Collection

The carving knife will slice through any meat like it was butter. The knife will last you a lifetime. You also get our carving fork as part of the collection, which is an incredible tool to assist you every time you are carving meat at the table. The long tines of carving fork provide ultimate control and makes carving and handling meat easier than ever

Discover the knife series

Innovative forging techniques and advanced materials

The knives from Gastrotools are characterised by extreme sharpness and durability. Every single knife is forged with a focus on aesthetic beauty and ultimate sharpness. Proud knife forging traditions in combination with innovative technology and unique steel blends, are what lays the groundwork for the ultimate kitchen knives. Kitchen knives that last a lifetime.

Incomparable hardness and sharpness

The kitchen knives forged from VG-10 steel are both harder and sharper than most other kitchen knives. This is in part due to the unique mineral composition with a very high carbon content. All in all this means that our kitchen knives achieve a hardness of 61 HRC on the Rockwell Scale, while other kitchen knives will typically be around 55 HRC. This also means that the knives keep sharp for a very long time.

Aesthetic beauty and ultimate sharpness

Our kitchen knives are forged with an extremely hard steel core. There are then 66 layers of protective stainless steel forged around the core. During production the steel is heated, hammered and cooled down many times. This is what creates the characteristic wave pattern and allows for optimal bonding of the metal.

Recommended by the Pros

Dak Wichangoen

Former Michelin Chef and Judge on Masterchef

Thomas Rode Andersen

Former Michelin Head Chef

Jacob Jørgsholm

Head Chef, Restaurant Lola

Kamilla Seidler

Head Chef, Restaurant Lola

Kasper Correll

Assistant Head Chef, Restaurant Uformel

Brian Mark Hansen

Head Chef, Søllerød Kro

Carving Collection

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Our carving collection include our carving knife and our carving fork. A combination that is sure to impress your guests, when perfectly carving any piece of meat.

  • Includes the Carving Knife and Carving Fork
  • VG10-steel core enveloped in 66 layers of stainless steel (67 layers in all)
  • Handle: Ergonomic and durable black G10-composite
  • Hardness: 60-61 HRC
  • Blade length: 21 cm

About the Carving Collection

The carving knife will slice through any meat like it was butter. The knife will last you a lifetime. You also get our carving fork as part of the collection, which is an incredible tool to assist you every time you are carving meat at the table. The long tines of carving fork provide ultimate control and makes carving and handling meat easier than ever

Discover the knife series

Innovative forging techniques and advanced materials

The knives from Gastrotools are characterised by extreme sharpness and durability. Every single knife is forged with a focus on aesthetic beauty and ultimate sharpness. Proud knife forging traditions in combination with innovative technology and unique steel blends, are what lays the groundwork for the ultimate kitchen knives. Kitchen knives that last a lifetime.

Incomparable hardness and sharpness

The kitchen knives forged from VG-10 steel are both harder and sharper than most other kitchen knives. This is in part due to the unique mineral composition with a very high carbon content. All in all this means that our kitchen knives achieve a hardness of 61 HRC on the Rockwell Scale, while other kitchen knives will typically be around 55 HRC. This also means that the knives keep sharp for a very long time.

Aesthetic beauty and ultimate sharpness

Our kitchen knives are forged with an extremely hard steel core. There are then 66 layers of protective stainless steel forged around the core. During production the steel is heated, hammered and cooled down many times. This is what creates the characteristic wave pattern and allows for optimal bonding of the metal.

Recommended by the Pros

Dak Wichangoen

Former Michelin Chef and Judge on Masterchef

Thomas Rode Andersen

Former Michelin Head Chef

Jacob Jørgsholm

Head Chef, Restaurant Lola

Kamilla Seidler

Head Chef, Restaurant Lola

Kasper Correll

Assistant Head Chef, Restaurant Uformel

Brian Mark Hansen

Head Chef, Søllerød Kro