Gehring Knife Series “Grass”
- Its secret: Textured relief reduces the contact surface and friction by approx. 50%.
- Hardness approx. 58 HRC* (instead of often only 52-54 HRC): Particularly sharp and with exceptional edge retention.
- The solid weight lies comfortably in the hand and gives the knives an inherent power.
- The right specialist knife for every task.
Unique blade design with ingenious non-stick properties.
Premium German quality.
These exceptional grass-patterned knives look stunning. But that is not the only thing that makes them so special: The embossed surface of the blade does not stick to anything when cutting, not even fruit and vegetables containing a lot of water, or raw fish or meat. Cucumber and tomato slices won’t get stuck to the blade but rather fall away. As a result, you can cut faster, more easily and precisely.
Its secret: Textured relief reduces the contact surface and friction by approx. 50%.
In addition, it prevents the formation of a full-surface film of moisture which can adhere to the material being cut.
Hardness approx. 58 HRC* (instead of often only 52-54 HRC): Particularly sharp and with exceptional edge retention.
With these knives you can peel fruit and vegetables very thinly. Dicing an onion can be done very precisely, almost without any resistance. Meat and poultry are neatly filleted in no time. And ripe tomatoes can be cut without squashing them.
The solid weight lies comfortably in the hand and gives the knives an inherent power.
Even hard foods can be cut neatly and without much effort.
Optimally balanced by the chic oak handle with double bolster.
Silky smooth, resilient and beautiful for years. Wash by hand only.
The right specialist knife for every task.
Partly made by hand in over 35 production steps by the knife manufacturer Gehring. Delivered in a high-quality gift box.
Vegetable knife, blade 9cm (3.5"), approx. 65g (2.3 oz)
Chef’s knife, blade 15cm (5.9"), approx. 160g (5.6 oz)
Santoku knife, blade 18cm (7.1"), approx. 250g (8.8 oz)
Set of 3 (1 vegetable, 1 chef’s and 1 santoku knife)
* HRC (Rockwell hardness test) is the international unit for the hardness of a material that is commonly used for knife blades.