NATUREHOME stands for sustainability, quality, functionality and design. All our products and workflows are a combination of these criteria.
We produce our exclusive goods in our manufactories with great care, accuracy and attention to detail. We pay attention to low-resource and natural processing. Due to the mainly regional German, European and Mediterranean production, there are no long transport routes.
The packaging and shipping to our customers are environmentally friendly, plastic free and low carbon. We use only recycled packaging material.
Not for nothing the professional knife forge Giesser is based on a long and successful tradition. With our NATUREHOME bread knife with the Giesser blade you'll bring a real professional tool into your kitchen. Thanks to its long, sleek and stable blade with the regular serrated quality you'll be able to cut every bread effortlessly without squashing it. Even bread with a hard crust and soft interior is securely cut into perfect slices without sliping. The blade is vacuum-hardened and sharpened by a master hand. The uniquely grained olive wood handle of our bread knife lies impeccably in hand. This is how our NATUREHOME knives with their Giesser blade unite our highest expectations of quality, functionality, design and sustainability. Because the olive wood is harvested of trees that can't carry fruits any longer. Only treated with olive oil, every hand-made wooden handle is a real unicum. The slowly growing and as a result very hard olive wood is extremely scratch-resistant, bacteria-repellung and odorless. Together with its mediterranian flair its made for a homey kitchen and complies all hygenic requirements. Care for your handles every once in a while with household oil or milking grease to restore the natural beauty of your handles. Handle length: 11,2 cmBalde length: 20 cmTotal length: 32,2 cmMaterial: Blades from Chrome-Moly-Steel, handle from olive wood, oiled Care instructions: The bread knife is not dishwasher safe. Regularly rub wooden handle of the NATUREHOME cooking knife with some household oil, like olive oil, let sit for a couple of minutes then remove any excess oil with paper towel.