Provencal Chefs Knife
David Mellor

Item: 2512026

Delivery Estimate 2-3 Weeks

  • Length: 12.0” / 30.5 cm
  • Width: 1.4” / 3.6 cm
  • Blade Size: 7" / 17.8 cm
  • All knives are supplied in individual David Mellor boxes.

Designer: Corin Mellor
Corin Mellor's latest range of kitchen knives is a new interpretation of the traditional fully forged professional chef's knife, appealing to those who take good cooking seriously. The stainless steel tang running right through the handle and the large stainless rivets give these knives their special visual quality.
These knives exploit the latest techniques in manufacturing. The high carbon stainless steel blades are hot drop forged and then ice hardened to minus 80ºc, producing an exceptionally sharp, hard and durable blade. Blades are then taper ground. Handles are acetal resin. These knives are not only technically excellent, they are especially well balanced and comfortable in the hand. Part of the David Mellor Provencal collection.
The David Mellor Provencal Black Collection brings the epitome of British design to your table. Shop this selection of David Mellor cutlery and flatware for individual pieces and gift sets that combine timeless style with superior quality. Provencal Black knives and flatware are sure to become heirloom pieces your family will enjoy for generations.
The Provencal Black Collection
Browse the Provencal Black Collection of David Mellor cutlery and flatware for pieces of exceptional quality any chef or foodie will appreciate. Find fully forged knives with stainless-steel tangs that run right through the handle for superior strength and a modern look. Choose a Provencal Black Carving Set or steak knife set as a thoughtful housewarming gift or add a five- or six-piece Provencal Black place setting to any bride’s wedding gift. Shop single pieces from this collection to elevate your everyday table, from dessert forks and teaspoons to knives specialized for bread, vegetables, carving or paring.
David Mellor’s Legacy of British Design
Since the early 1960s, David Mellor helped forge the concept of British design. His redesigned national traffic light system is still in use in the country today. But his early training as a silversmith led him to craft a new standard for cutlery and flatware that continues to lead the industry. With a focus on superior materials and uncompromising craftsmanship, David Mellor’s team of talented artisans continue to produce knives and utensils with timeless style and excellent practicality in his hometown of Sheffield, England.