Flexi Fish Filet Knife
By Coltellerie Berti
Descriptions & details
The Forgiato knife collection epitomizes Berti's commitment to excellence. Hand made from start to finish in the 120-year old workshop in Tuscany, each blade is the work of a single artisan and is marked with the initials of its creator, along with Berti's signature.
Insieme (in Italian "together") is the name of Berti's exclusive system of knife + magnetic blocks. This unique combination allows you to create your custom-made, space-saving knife block that protects your blades and is a real object of beauty on your countertop.
Handmade for chefs and home cooks who demand the very best, Berti's knives embody the unique qualities of "Made in Italy": first-rate quality, artistry, authenticity, and tradition.
The crafting of a knife involves over 50 steps, executed by one craftsman. This unusual process, no division of labor, contributes very much to the fine quality of Berti's products: razor-sharp, beautiful knives made to last a lifetime.
Dimensions (inches): 13.1 (blade 8)
Dimensions (cm): 33.4 (blade 20.4)
Flexi fish filet knife use and care:
A fish filet knife is ideal for separating the fish meat from the bones.
The Forgiato collection is dishwasher safe. However, handwashing and drying all kitchen knives immediately after use helps preserve their appearance over time.
- forged blade made of high carbon stainless steel
- full tang, bolster, blade edge sharpened by hand
- handle made of Cornotech, Berti's exclusive high-performance acrylic handles that look like ox horn.
Handmade in Scarperia (Tuscany), Italy
Founded in 1895, Coltellerie Berti is a fourth-generation family-owned business, well known for its handcrafted knives' unparalleled quality. At the heart of the company lies the deeply held belief that only methods rooted in and proven effective by tradition can deliver the best results.
The company is located in Scarperia, a charming little village perched on a Tuscan hill north of Florence.
Scarperia has been home to the knife-making industry for more than 600 years. The origin of the ancient, illustrious tradition of iron-working and blade making is lost in the mists of time. Still, the magic of the simple, essential gestures that forge perfect blades and change them into legendary knives is intact, handed down from one generation to the next.