MRK-1 is above all the result of a creative and technical collaboration with the well-known knife designer from Tuscany, Franco Milani, who oversees the aesthetics and functionality in production.
It imparts the feel of a true chef quality tool.
MRK-1, handcrafted in an exclusive limited series of 100 pieces, combines tradition and innovation, with the latest generation of stainless steel, the 440 Nitro-B cryogenic tempered steel and a handle embellished with precious woods.
MRK-1 is much more than a sharp blade!
To celebrate the beauty and the naturalistic essence of South Tyrol, we are proud to have created this limited edition oft he MRK-1 Chef´s Knife.
This is a true limited edition with only 20 pieces being handcrafted.
Combining tradition and innovation, the MRK-1 GRAFENSTEINER puts together the latest generation of stainless steel, the 440 Nitro.B cryogenic tempered and the rare 150 years old wood oft he Grafensteine rapple tree coming from the Dolomites Region in South Tyrol.
A very tall apple tree typical of this area of Europe.
The wood oft he GRAFENSTEINER apple tree is full of contrasts and veins with particular reddish and yellow nuances. Known since ancient times, aple tree has always been loaded with symbolic meanings. With its fruits it conveys the sense of life and is useful against depression because it delivers joy.
To celebrate the beauty and the Lagoon tradition of the Italian city of VENICE, we are proud to have created this limited edition oft he MRK-1 Chef´s Knife.
This is a true limited edition with only 50 pieces being handcrafted.
Combining tradition and innovation, the MRK-1 VENICE puts together the latest generation of stainless steel, the 440 Nitro-B cryogenic tempered and the rare 300 years old precious wood oft he Venetian Paline.
The single poles or Paline, originally of oak, used for docking are a feature of Venice navigation. From the plain mooring polest o the candy-striped hardwood stakes outside the waterside oft he tpical Venetian palaces, the Palina has always been a symbol oft he Lagoon. As a demonstration oft he importance oft he Palinca fort he city, at the time oft he Republic of Venice there was a magistrate in charge of giving the authorization fort he installation of new poles. The magistrate was very scrupulous, in ordert o protect the hydro-geological Venetian environment.