Allday Goods Maldon Everyday Bread Knife, 23cm

Description

Slice loaves, rolls and more with this handmade bread knife. The sharp serrated blade cuts effortlessly through crusty baguettes and sourdough.

The blade is made from stainless steel so it’s strong and easy to care for.

The handle is made from waste plastic from Maldon sea salt containers. The octagonal shape and mint green colour make it a beautiful addition to your table. No two handles are the same, so each knife has its own unique pattern.

Each knife is handmade in Sheffield.

About Allday Goods

The founder of Allday Goods, Hugo, used to work as a chef in London and ran his own restaurant. After closing down his restaurant and thinking back of many friends always asking for high quality knives that don’t break the bank. After working in a professional kitchen and seeing how much plastic waste there is, Hugo thought to combine it with notoriously high quality Japanese blades. After a lot of searching and translated zoom calls, he started a collaboration with one of the best knife makers in Japan, Yoshikazu. Hugo's first knife drop was a small batch of 100 knives was announced on Instagram in March 2021, and all sold out in just over 1 minute. Their first big launch was on Kickstarter in April 2022, where they reached their funding goal in 3 hours, and have continuously been growing since.

Delivery

Delivery Option Price
EVRi ? £4.50 or FREE for orders over £60
DPD Express ? £7 or FREE for orders over £100
DPD Signature Required ? £7 or FREE for orders over £60
DPD Saturday or Sunday ? £9 or FREE for orders over £150
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