Rheinwald, Cheese Knife

CHF 79.90

Panorama: Piz Tambo, Einshorn, Rheinwaldhorn, Guggernüll, Teurihorn, Marscholhorn, Valserhorn, Steilerhorn, Chilchalphorn


A picturesque mountain world with a fascinating history. At the end of the 13th century, the Rheinwald, which had hardly been inhabited until then, was settled by the Walsers. Agriculture and forestry were their livelihoods. Soon the flourishing transit traffic via Splügen and San Bernardino brought further income to the valley. The former coexistence of agriculture and transit traffic has left its mark on the villages in the Rheinwald.

Today a popular destination or as a great memento for your kitchen. Have fun with this beautiful cheese knife. You can effortlessly cut hard, semi-hard and soft cheese with it.

The blade is made of surgical steel material number 1.4116, material designation AISI 440A, Rockwell hardness 54-55 HRC. The handle is made of walnut wood.

Handmade in Switzerland!

Please wash by hand!

Whole knife: approx. 26.5 x 4.8 x 2 cm
Blade: approx. 14.9 x 4 x 0.2 cm