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Mexeur and Cie Au Carbon Chef’s Knives

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Mexeur and Cie Au Carbon knives are made in the classic French shape: thinner, lighter, with a straight edge. This style makes them quick and easy to use. Blades are hand-forged from one piece of pure-carbon steel, allowing for sharper edges and more...Read More

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HAND MADE Mexeur and Cie Au Carbon knives are made in the classic French shape: thinner, lighter, with a straight edge. This style makes them quick and easy to use. Blades are hand-forged from one piece of pure-carbon steel, allowing for sharper edges and more durability than stainless steel.

Full tangs extend through comfortable handles that are triple-riveted for amazing strength. It’s an all-purpose knife for a variety of cutting tasks. Lifetime warranty. Made in France.

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  • Manufacturer: Mexeur and Cie Cutlery
  • Care: Hand wash
  • Dimensions: 6", 8" and 10" lengths
  • Material: Pure carbon-steel blade
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty
  • Model: 6": #462100; 8": #462200; 10": #462300
BENEFITS:
  • Classic French cutlery is thinner and lighter for ease of use, with a straight edge that’s great for chopping.
  • Blades are hand-forged from one piece of pure carbon steel, allowing for sharper edges and more durability than stainless steel.
  • Easier to hone and sharpen than stainless steel.
  • Comfortable handles feature full-tang construction for amazing strength.
  • Lifetime warranty.
  • Made in the cradle of French cutlery, Thiers, France.
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I use my 8' Global daily at work, but when I cook at home and for friends, this is what I reach for. I wouldn't trust the dishwashers with the high-carbon steel, nor do I have time to wash and oil it myself during a service period, but I love the traditional Euro-style handle and French blade profile. I do prefer the European style knives, and I think this is a great knife, and far more affordable than most of the Asian-style blades or German steels. Just keep in mind this will develop a patina because of the high-carbon, whether you oil it or not, but it is worth having
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I purchased a carbon steel knife about 40 years ago that I still have. I also have stainless knives that I like. But nothing beats the edge I can get with the old carbon steel one, when occasionally II need it. The old one has a blade only half a the width as original due to repeated sharpening. I've been frustrated by how difficult it is to find these. It is finally time to replace it.
Ralph H on Jan 9, 2015
I have the 10 inch version and use it daily so I sent the smaller 8 inch to my sister who also loves to cook. Our father was a veterinary surgeon who swore by carbon steel blades.
Kenneth S on Sep 3, 2014
Exactly which company of the many that use the name ""Sabatier"" actually makes these knives
A shopper on Aug 22, 2011
Best Answer: The website that SLT provided goes to Sabatier Diamant but the mark on the blade looks like the cuisinox sub brand either way the prevous reply is not an answer. there are quite a lot of cutlery makers using sabatier branding legally. I would suggest cross referencing the wiki page with the marks that are generally known. Of course I could have missed something as well. I hope that this allows you to research and buy a high quality knife.
Reply · Report · shortorder on Oct 5, 2011
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Are these knives available in any SF Bay Area stores?

I would like to try them out.
A shopper on May 6, 2014
Best Answer: These knives are only available online.
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