A Cut Above
Just some of the things people are saying about us...
After opening in 2014, Savernake Knives have become the knife of choice for top chefs.
It is a far cry from clearing land mines in Mozambique. But for two friends who formed a bond while working in Africa and Asia (running power stations in Kenya; searching for gold in Liberia), sanding spalted beech for their bespoke knives in the depths of Wiltshire is where their hearts lie.
The big, manly status symbol these days isn’t a sports car, it’s a bespoke kitchen utensil. And the men who make them are as hard as steel
Unlike several kitchen tasks, cutting, chopping, slicing and dicing is still mostly done by hand. While many of us have modernised our kitchens with high-tech toasters, smoothie machines and slow cookers, possibly the most ancient device of all, the knife, remains.
All I want for Christmas… Crummbs' favourite foodies reveal what’s on their wish lists.
Mark Taylor meets the West Country pair behind a bespoke and specially designed knives business that celebrity chefs and kitchens all over the world are making use of.
Muddy says: Never thought you’d see a bespoke knife company on Muddy? Me neither, but it turns out I was wrong. Check out the best, the smartest and the very coolest personalised knives for Father’s Day, Christmas, or just for summer BBQs
Wiltshire-based bespoke knife brand Savernake Knives has partnered with chef Neil Rankin to design a bespoke barbecue knife set ahead of National Barbecue Week
German and Japanese-made products dominate the UK knife market, but British artisans are fighting back with beautiful blades that have now become status symbols for top chefs
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