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Knives

For legal reasons we are unable to sell knives and other sharp items online. We do have a full range of high quality knives in store however. Once you have researched your product visit your local Debenhams to purchase your choice.

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Loose Knives

James Martin Soft Grip

Sizes Available: Paring, 5" Cooks, 8" Cooks, Bread, Carving, Sharpening Steel
Handles: Moulded compound anti-slip handles
Dishwasher Safe: Yes
Guarantee: Supplier Lifetime


Loose Knives

Sabatier Trompette

Sizes Available: Paring, 5" Cooks, 8" Cooks, Bread, Carving, Sharpening Steel
Handles: Distinctive Traditional black riveted handles
Dishwasher Safe: Yes
Guarantee: Supplier Lifetime


Loose Knives

Masterclass Acero

Sizes Available: Utility, 6" Cooks, 8" Cooks, Bread, Sharpening Steel
Handles: Solid Stainless Steel handles
Dishwasher Safe: Yes
Guarantee: Supplier Lifetime


Loose Knives

Jamie Oliver

Sizes Available: Paring, Utility, 8" Cooks, Carving, Sharpening Steel
Handles: - Sculpted handles designed for maximum comfort
Dishwasher Safe: Yes
Guarantee: Supplier Lifetime


Knife Blocks

V-Sabatier

No of pieces: 5
Dishwasher Safe: Yes
Guarantee: Supplier Lifetime


Knife Blocks

Raymond

No of pieces: 5
Dishwasher Safe: Yes
Guarantee: Supplier Lifetime


Knife Blocks

James Martin Stainless Steel

No of pieces: 5
Dishwasher Safe: Yes
Guarantee: Supplier Lifetime


Knife Blocks

Kitchencraft

No of pieces: 6
Dishwasher Safe: Yes
Guarantee: Supplier Lifetime

Knife Blocks

Jamie Oliver

No of pieces: 5
Dishwasher Safe: Yes
Guarantee: Supplier Lifetime

Knife Blocks

Sabatier Trompette

No of pieces: 5
Dishwasher Safe: Yes
Guarantee: Supplier Lifetime

Knife Blocks

James Martin Soft Grip

No of pieces: 5
Dishwasher Safe: Yes
Guarantee: Supplier Lifetime

Knife edge types

  • Serrated edge - This edge was originally developed by Richardson Sheffield in the early 1980s as the LASER edge. It was the first 'never needs sharpening' edge. It works by using peaks and troughs on the edge. The peaks assist in the initial cut as well as protecting the troughs which in turn remain constantly sharp.
  • Plain edge - This edge is as it says and should have an angle of around 24o - 30o. It will often require re-sharpening to maintain its fine edge.
  • Coated plain edge - Richardson Sheffield pioneered and patented hard edge technology on knives. Excell Edge technology uses ceramic Titanium Nitride coating to boost the edge hardness.
  • Fusion Edge - The latest hard edge technology is where the blade is fused with tungsten carbide, a material four times harder than the hardest stainless steel allowing the edge to stay sharper 11,000 times longer than a traditional plain edged knife.
  • Scalloped edge - This edge uses the same peaks and troughs principle as the LASER serrated knives where the peaks provide the initial cut and protect the sharp troughs. This type of edge is most commonly found on bread knives.