Sabatier Quality & Styles
A molded plastic, pleasant to the touch, that is highly resistant to impact and shrinkage.
A soft steel that will hold a very fine edge and is easy to resharpen. Carbon steel will stain easily and even rust under damp conditions.
A steel billet is heated to about 2,200 degrees, hammered in to shape, hardened again by heating to 1,900 degrees, quenched, tempered, ,hand ground and a handle is attached. It is then polished and honed to a fine edge, resulting in the finest knife available.
metal extension of the knife blade runs the full length of the handle,
resulting in a well-balanced knife that is easier and less tiring to
A hard metal alloy that is practically stain and rust resistant. The stainless steel used in knife making has a high carbon content.
Carefully selected hardwood veneers are impregnated with liquid thermosetting resins. Then, under intense heat and pressure, these multiple layers are fused in to a sold homogeneous block, resulting in a product of great beauty and durability with a permanent, high-gloss finish.