From the old blow: butcher sheet and cleaver from France
Au Nain cleaver - Feuille - 24 cm
The powerful "Feuille de boucher" (butcher's leaf, weight: 800 g) has the typical traditional form that is common with butchers in France. With this you professionally disassemble pork halves, lambs, rabbits and large poultry.
This top product from Au Nain in Thiers / Auvergne is indeed "a strong piece" for any kitchen where fresh food is cooked. With an extremely sharp stainless steel blade cut to the tip, the Feuille masters all the challenges of an exceptionally robust cutting tool. At the top, the handle is made of light boxwood reinforced with steel. Anti-slip grooves on the handle ensure a secure grip when chopping, splitting, cutting and cutting.
Au Nain Cleaver - Couperet - 15 cm
A tool such as the stable couperet (cleaver) in this form is also common here in the butchery and in the catering trade. We offer you a version of Au Nain in 15 cm length with a weight of 550 g. The blade was just cut convex by the expert. A sharp cleaver will serve you well if you work meat with bones and sinews or hard-shelled vegetables like pumpkin.
The high-quality Couperet from Thiers / Auvergne, where France's sharpest blades are forged, has a strong handle made of dark rosewood with three brass rivets.
|Product weight:||0,80 Kg|