Karl Gude

Karl Güde, the founder of the Güde manufactory, is the name giver for this series. The chrome-vanadium-molybdenum blade is hand-forged from a single piece of steel. In many further manual operations, it becomes a unique piece of Solingen knifemaking art. The finely forged transition between the blade and the handle, the so-called bolster, here pronounced as an elegant narrow bolster, the noble brass rivets and handles made of local plum wood make these knives a real classic.

Due to the wooden handles, these knives should not be put in the dishwasher. The blade is stainless, ice-hardened and of course hand-sharpened.
This is exactly how knives looked 100 years ago, this is how they were made, this is how they feel and above all: this is exactly how you could cut with them!