Savernake Knives, one of the world’s leading knife brands, has joined BHETA. The company specialises in the design and creation of handcrafted knives for both amateur enthusiasts through to Michelin-starred chefs, with emphasis on combining the precision of technology with the finesse and attention to detail of handcraft.
Savernake has just launched its new collection, called the DNA Range – made entirely from British materials, including the 95%-recycled steel, available with a variety of different coloured and patterned handles. Based on the brand’s core values of provenance, aesthetics and function, the DNA range is positioned as an entirely new class of knives, designed for those want Savernake value but do not want to go down the fully-customised route, and who would benefit from product stocked and supported by Savernake’s retail partners.
Made entirely in Britain from British materials, every blade in the range is individually thinned, finished and sharpened by hand, balanced and weighted for precision, with blended curves and graceful blade arcs, complementing the brand’s striking handle shape, conceived to fabulous in use, without discomfort or fatigue.
Based in Wiltshire Savernake Knives offers a uniquely individual concept and
Seema Grantham, BHETA’s sector manager for housewares said, “Savernake is one of the top brands in this sector and a supplier that is really respected by connoisseurs. I’m delighted to see the company becoming part of BHETA.”