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Bread knife ICEL Douro Gourmet 221.DR09.20 20cm - 1
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Bread knife ICEL Douro Gourmet 221.DR09.20 20cm

221.DR09.20
ICEL
€36.29

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Description
Hand sharpened by skilled workman to get a perfect sharpening angle. Blade made from high-carbon stainless steel with molybdenum-vanadium X50CrMov15, hardened to reach an hardness 56 HRC and provide long-lasting cutting power. Handle of hard micarta composite.
Reference
5601864421182
Brand
ICEL
Country
Portugal
Steel
X50CrMoVI5
Handle
Micarta
Blade Length, mm
200
Collection
Douro Gourmet
Hardness
54-56 HRC
Total length, mm
320
Blade thickness, mm
3
MyGoodKnife is offisial retailer of ICEL knives. ICEL was born from a small family workshop created in the forties by three brothers in which steel was worked and from which agricultural and kitchen cutlery items were turned out. This workshop was located in Ribafria, a small village near Benedita. In the beginning, the product range consisted of pen knives and a few totally hand made knives. The grade of steel was carbon steel that was forged and hardened with rudimental equipment, the energy used being produced from coal. The handles were made of animal bones and horns. As production rose, distribution was no longer local and became regional and the products were then available in shops and markets in different points of the country, mostly transported by rail. By 1945 the small workshop had 25 employees and the decision was taken to establish a company called Indústria de Cutelarias da Estremadura, Lda. from which the first brand name Icel would be the outcome.
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