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Product code: 73130342
A 4 piece gift boxed steak knife set from the elegant, iconic RW2 range. Brushed finish and made from specially hardened stainless steel.
RW2 cutlery has soft concave detailing on each handle. The design is an updated version of Robert Welch's Alveston cutlery, first released in 1962. Spoons and forks are made using the highest quality 18/10 stainless steel. Knife blades are made from specially hardened stainless steel to provide the finest possible cutting edge.
Please be aware, in support of the government initiative to tackle knife crime we're no longer selling kitchen knives and blades of a certain length online. You can still purchase this item by visiting one of our shops.
By law, we're not permitted to sell a knife or blade to any person under the age of 18. Criminal Justice Act 1988 (as amended).
- Robert Welch
- Care instructions
- Dishwasher safe, hand washing recommended for longevity
- RW2 Satin
- Country of Origin
- Cutlery Type
- Dishwasher Safe
- Handle Type
- Stainless Steel
- Length of Blade
- Stainless Steel
- Stainless Steel Grade
Stainless Steel Grade
The highest grade is 18/10 which contains 18% chrome for protection against corrosion and 10% nickel for lustre & resistance to high temperatures. Stainless Steel knife blades contain 13% chrome and no nickel for a longer lasting, sharper edge.
Unpackaged weight of the product
- 104g (per piece)
For over 50 years, Robert Welch Designs has been designing cutlery, kitchenware, tableware and other unique products for the home. The company was founded by Robert Welch, M.B.E., Royal Designer for Industry, who specialised in stainless steel production design. He was responsible for a large number of iconic and award-winning designs and his work can be seen in museums throughout the world.
Over 5 decades later, the company is still run by the Welch family and a new team of designers continues to pursue excellence and innovative vision whilst maintaining integrity of function and value for money for customers.More from Robert Welch