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  • David Burke 4 Piece Steak Knife Set
  • David Burke 4 Piece Steak Knife Set
  • David Burke 4 Piece Steak Knife Set
  • David Burke 4 Piece Steak Knife Set
  • David Burke 4 Piece Steak Knife Set

David Burke 4 Piece Steak Knife Set

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David Burke Knives - the very ones used in David Burke restaurants - are perfect for your home kitchen. Boasting Japanese stainless steel 5-inch blades you can bring the feel of a 5-star restaurant right to your home! These knives are not only for slicing steaks but also great for all general purposes, slicing hard cheeses, fruits, and vegetables.


This set features:
Chef DB Logo imprinted gift box also for storage;
Durable commercial Dishwasher safe handles
Mini serrations 1/3 of the blade to cut meats, not tear.
Balance of blade super sharp fine edge taper ground
Ergonomically curved blade and handle make it for easy cutting and slicing
Kullens or cut-outs on knife blade eliminate and sticking for ease of cutting
Japanese 420J stainless steel 5-inch blades
Not just for steak: Knife can be used for all general-purpose uses, Great for slicing hard cheeses, fruits, and vegetable

Usage and Care

Usage Guide

Do not use knives for separating frozen meat or cutting frozen or even semi frozen foods. Using the knives for purposes other than preparing food can severely damage the blades and may void your warranty. Do not use your cutlery as screwdrivers or can openers.

Care Guide

Your knives are dishwasher safe at temperatures under 130 Degrees Fahrenheit. To best preserve the appearance and performance of your cutlery, we recommend washing them by hand with lukewarm water, a mild dishwashing soap, and a soft cloth or sponge, drying them immediately. To prevent staining, rinse the blades with water and wipe dry immediately after use. Over time carbon steel blades will naturally darken and turn gray to black. A non-abrasive metal polish can be used to remove light stains. If your cutlery develops rust spots, they can be removed with an abrasive bench stone or rust eraser.