A carving knife is used to carve poultry, roasts, hams, and other large cooked meats. A carving knife is much thinner than a chef's knife (particularly at the spine) and they are generally shorter and wider than slicers, enabling them to make thin precise slices. While a carving fork is a long, two-pronged fork used to hold meat steady while it is being carved.
All Chroma Type 301 kitchen knives Designed by F.A. Porsche feature Japanese 301 stainless steel that’s ground on both sides of the blade to present an extra-sharp edge upon its very first use. As an added benefit, Japanese 301 steel is able to maintain edge sharpness longer than any other type of steel. Here’s how the Chroma cleaver surpasses the competition. For starters, it’s lightweight. Second, it’s a well-balanced knife. If you’re puzzled as to where to place your hand to ensure perfect knife balance, for a clue look no further than the small, raised metal knob on the side of the knife. It marks where the blade and handle interset, helping you find the perfect grip for maximum knife control. Finally, its "V" shape feels super comfortable in the hand so you can work long periods of time without your hand muscles growing tired.
- 14” carving fork
- Serrated carving knife with 8” blade
- Made of Japanese 301 steel
- Resistant to stains, rust & corrosion
- Ergonomic handle design by Porsche
- Balanced and comfortable in your hands
- Transitions from blades to handles marked by raised metal beads
- Lifetime warranty
Notes: Do not use carver on marble or glass, or to cut bones or frozen food. Hand wash and dry only. Store in a knife block. Only sharpen using a Type 301 whetstone.