Henckelss predecessor was founded by Peter Henckels in 1731 in Solingen, Germany. Peter Henckels registered the " Zwilling or Twin in German " logo with.
The Cutlers Guild of Solingen. This makes Zwilling one of the oldest trademarks in the world. In 1771, his son, Johann Abraham Henckels renamed the company to J. It was well-known for making professional knives and kitchen accessories with the highest possible quality and function all over the world. It has many principal trade names including.
This is the professional high end quality Chef's knife produced from the famous city of blade Solingen, Germany. Solingen is renowned for manufacturing of fine swords, knives, scissors, and razors.
This knife has the design received grand prize at the two world fairs at Paris 1900 & St. It has the blade fully forged by hand from the fine carbon steel designed to take a finer edge and hold it longer providing razor sharp cutting satisfaction. The handle is triple pinned over the full tang to sure fitting to make it both easy and comfortable to use.HENCKELS - TWINWORKS --- ca. Weight 7 - 8 oz. Maintenance Suggestion: Hand wash only in warm water after using, especially if used on foods that have acidic sauce/liquid. After washing it, wipe the blade and handle completely dry. Use of electric knife sharpener or dishwasher not recommended. The above images and descriptions are copyrighted exclusively. None of the material may be copied or republished. The item "Antique 10 Blade HENCKELS TWINWORKS Grand Prize Carbon Chef Knife GERMANY" is in sale since Sunday, May 26, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Kitchenware\Utensils\Cutlery". The seller is "vintagenation15" and is located in Tucson, Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States.