A paring knife for smaller kitchen tasks.
Petty Knife (11.5cm)
This 11.5cm knife is slightly larger than a standard petty knife, which makes it more versatile—you'll reach for it every day, whether to cut an avocado or mince garlic.
Located in a small workshop under an archway in South London, Blenheim Forge is a jewel in Britain’s culinary landscape, beloved by chefs like Gordon Ramsey and Francis Mallmann. We collaborated on a collection of knives made with a core Japanese super blue carbon steel—known for its long-lasting durability and unparalleled sharpness—clad with rust-proof stainless steel until the edge of the blade for easier maintenance. It is notoriously difficult to forge super blue carbon steel, but Blenheim Forge has mastered it with their skill and attention to detail. Every knife has a comfortable, six-sided walnut handle that feels stable to hold and provides balance, attached with a beautiful copper ferrule. The wood is sustainably sourced from fallen trees in the M25 area by an enterprise that teaches joinery and furniture making to unemployed youth. This knife set, exclusive to us, includes:
- Petty Knife (11.5cm)
- Nakiri (15cm)
- Santoku (18cm)
- Gyuto (20.5cm)
- Slicing Knife (22cm)
Why we love it
'Anytime chefs walk into one of our stores, they beeline for these knives. It has what they love about carbon steel—the extremely fine cuts, how easy it is to sharpen—but requires less fuss.'
Specifications & Care
|Country of Origin||United Kingdom|
|Warranty||Limited Lifetime against manufacturing defects|
About The Brand
Blenheim Forge began as a hobby amongst friends who spent years creating and fine-tuning the process of making Japanese-style carbon steel knives, which have harder steel and sharper blades than Western-style knives. Their knives are now celebrated by chefs like Gordon Ramsey, Mark Hix and Argentinian barbecue legend Francis Mallman. Every knife is hand-made with the highest degree of detail and precision in their Peckham-based forgery, where they give back to the local community by sourcing wood from a charitable company that teaches furniture-making skills to disadvantaged youth.Shop Blenheim Forge