F.N. Sharp, a direct-to-consumer knife brand, has launched in the U.S. market. In addition to offering a new selection of knives, the company also offers consumers the Right Angle Sharpening subscription-based service.
The knives are available in sets of three or six. The three-piece set includes an 8-inch chef, 6-inch Santoku and 3-inch paring knife. The six-piece knife set includes an 8-inch chef, 8-inch bread, 6-inch Santoku, 5-inch boning, 4-inch utility and 3-inch paring.
Each set comes with an acacia wood knife block that features exterior magnets to display knives on the outside, as well as interior flex rods that provide the freedom to store knives in any quantity and configuration one may like.
“A great amount of research and testing went into perfecting these knives,” said Michael Murray, co-counder of F.N. Sharp. “From the handle material, to the characteristics of the steel, our team is dedicated to ensuring that F.N. Sharp knives are the best on the market in terms of quality, sharpness, durability and design.”
The F.N. Sharp cutlery collection’s suggested retail price range is $880 to $1,380.