Ceramic knives are incredibly light but exceptionally sharp. They stay sharper for longer than other types of blades. The material is neutral to taste and smell, meaning there’s no transfer of odours or flavours from one cut food item to another. Very light and well-balanced. Typical for the Eclipse line is the twist in the handle,which makes these knives not only attractive but also adds an extra ergonomic dimension. With extra protective sheath for convenient storage and added safety.A paring knife is a small, lightweight knife with a straight cutting edge. It's a real all-purpose knife, ideal for peeling and other small work. Often used to peel fruits or vegetables that are held in the hand.A chef’s knife is the knife that’s most used in the kitchen. The upward curved tip allows rocking the knife for easy mincing on a cutting board. Because of the wide and heavy blade it’s also suitable for light cleaving jobs.A santoku knife is an Asian style knife with a straight edge. It's an all-round knife for a variety of tasks. The wide blade allows for some typical activities like crushing garlic and scooping up the chopped ingredients on the blade.
1x ceramic paring knife - 10 cm (4")1x ceramic chef's knife - 13 cm (5")1x ceramic santoku knife - 14 cm (5 1/2")
Versatile Belgian design talent praised by numerous international design juries. His solid technical knowledge strengthened with a feeling for shape, allows him to use his creativity to the fullest.
He’s involved in the creation of his products from initial sketch to final production stage, and even beyond, which guarantees unique products with high quality. Frederik's designs are characterised by an intense innovative approach in the field of form and function.
In 2009 voted as one of the 40 best designers under 40. Other distinctions were the Design Preis Deutschland, The Henry van de Velde Awards, the I.F. Product Design Award, the Good Design Award and the Red Dot Award.