Dexam Forest and Forge Yew Carving Fork
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Dexam Reference: 17440045

A superior British carving fork made with responsibly managed wood and Sheffield steel.

  • A delight to hold and more importantly to use

  • Made in Sheffield using a superior quality of steel

  • Designed to withstand use in any kitchen

  • Made with traditional, responsibly managed British wood

  • Wood that has been ethically sourced from estates in England

New to the Forest and Forge range is this stunning Yew wood carving fork. An essential tool in the kitchen, when carving and preparing a magical dinner, bring out the Forest and Forge carving fork.Made to the highest standards, Forest and Forest blurs the boundaries of affordable luxury. Uniquely made with responsibly managed British wood, all wood used in this stunning collection has been used with wind damaged boughs. The key fact that all our used wood has been recycled consequently means that all our handles have their own unique grain and colour, giving them personal features. While the wood used is environmentally friendly, the blade used is one of the best around. With super sharp blades, you can expect a clean and crisp cut from the high carbon content of the Rockwell 53-55 steel. Durable, tough and long lasting, Forest and Forge is the ultimate gift, perfecting for spoiling someone that you love. Stunning in its own right, the Forest and Forge Carving Fork is best paired with the Yew wood Carving Knife. Making the ultimate pair, any feast can be turned into a luxurious event when using this high-quality British made carving set. To keep your new Carving Fork looking at its best, make sure to hand wash it in warm soapy water and wipe dry as soon as possible. The dishwasher should be avoided and avoid leaving the wooden handles in any water for a length of time. Due to the law, it is illegal to sell knives to anyone under the age of 18. Dexam will contact you to verify proof of age before dispatching your order.

Our Forest and Forge range is made in Sheffield by Samuel Staniforth>