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  • Eduard Wallmen

    EWKnives

    "A good blacksmith will never blame the metal"

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Kitchen knife

Utility knife

250 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Chef knife S-Grind

420 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Chef knife S-Grind

420 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Petty Santoku S-Grind

250 EUR

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Kitchen knife

San Mai Petty Santoku

250 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Santoku Suminagashi

400 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Chef knife small

350 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Gyuto San mai carbon steel

400 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Santoku s-grind small

400 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Gyuto

350 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Santoku

400 EUR

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Kitchen knife

S-Grind Gyuto

400 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Santoku

290 EUR

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Kitchen knife

All-purpose knife

310 EUR

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Kitchen knife

S-grind Santoku

350 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Santoku

300 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Utility knife

280 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Boning Knife

310 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Santoku

350 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Utility knife

280 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Utility knife

275 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Kitchen knife, chef knife, meat knife, handmade, unique

320 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Nakiri, Kitchen knife, handmade, Chef knife

330 EUR

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Kitchen knife

Kitchen Knife, Chef Knife, Chef Knife, Unique

350 EUR

About me

I have always enjoyed using knives for different activities and while I was pretty happy with my outdoor knives, I never felt very comfortable using the mass production kitchen knives. It took some time before I decided that I want to start making custom kitchen knives, but after I decided, I never looked back. I enjoy every part of the process, from designing my dream kitchen knives, to choosing the right steel, the right handle material, to cut them, shape them, grind and heat treat the blades.

The part I still enjoy the most is sculpting the handles so they feel perfect in your hand and look awesome. I think that a knife should not only perform great, but it should look fantastic, because, especially kitchen knives are something that you use on a daily base, so why not make your life better and more beautiful. For the moment I still work in the emergency room, but knifemaking has become a big part of my life and I enjoy every second.

If you like what you are seeing and believe that life is to short to use blunt and ugly knives, please feel free to contact me, I am more than happy to share my passion with you. Eduard Wallmen (EW knives)

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Knife care

Like any quality, hand-made item, your knives will perform better and last longer when given proper care and treatment. Here are some tips to help you keep your knife in tip-top condition.

• HANDWASH (or at least rinse & wipe dry) the blade of your knife after and between uses.
• DO NOT allow food and excess moisture to remain on your blade as this will cause your knife to corrode and begin to rust.
• NEVER put your knife through the dishwasher or allow it to rest or soak in any water. This is extremely hard on all of the materials in your knife.
• ALWAYS make sure your knife is completely dry before storing it.

Handle Wood: Most of the handle wood I use is stabilized, a light oil occasionally would benefit it. As with the blade, it’s best to be kept dry where possible.

Storage: To protect your knife’s edge and keep it sharper longer, I recommend storing your knife on a magnetic knife strip or keeping it in a knife block. Storage in a drawer can be rough on an edge.

Maintenance: Take care of your knife and it will take care of you! Routine maintenance is essential to keeping your knife in prime condition. Sharpen little and often, avoid ceramic or glass chopping boards, they can be rough on your fine edge.

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EWKnives

Ottenser Hauptstraße 61

22765 Hamburg

T: +4915161490074

E: contact@ewknives.com