Our work with leading chefs, artists and food writers
Handle designs for those who love colour.
The Triptych sets: a combination of clean aesthetics, skilled craftsmanship and selective use of recycled materials.
Daniel Galmiche is a long-time Michelin starred French chef and food writer, currently heading up the kitchen at 190 Queen’s Gate restaurant
Combining heft with scalpel-like precision for Tom Aikens, the youngest chef in the UK to win two Michelin stars.
A unique collaboration between UK-based charcoal artist Violet Astor, conservation charity Tusk & Savernake Knives, inspired by the Grevy’s Zebra.
Michelin-starred chef, restaurateur, author and TV personality Mark Sargeant gets his ideal knife; light, sharp and easy to handle, with stripes.
Acclaimed BBQ chef and creator of high-end BBQ joint temper, Neil Rankin, designs the ultimate BBQ set, a must for anyone with a thing for charcoal
A knife set worthy of award-winning chef Emily Scott, director and chef of the St Trudy Inn, Cornwall, star of the Great British Menu and one of the most influential women in hospitality.
Kuba Winkowski, Head Chef at The Feathered Nest Inn, won Craft Guild of Chefs National Chef of the Year 2018, and with it the chance to design his perfect chef’s knife.
A stand out set for Matt Worswick, Michelin-starred Head Chef at The Latymer in Surrey
We worked with the Master Chef losers (their words, not ours) & influential food writers to create a knife with a new kind of pinch grip.
Legendary chef, caterer and cookery writer, Margot Henderson creates her ultimate all-rounder
The Game Girl, and Master Chef finalist, creates a knife with the perfect weight, fit and blade size