Ferrum Technology Corporation will debut its American-made cutlery at the upcoming Housewares Show.
The American-made knives are said to feature exotic modern materials and high-end finishing. The blades are made from forged steel and the handles are made from black walnut derived from Oregon.
The company will showcase several of its collections. The Ferrum Reserve and Ferrum Estate both include a paring, steak, boning/filet, serrated utility, chef’s, carver, scalloped slicer, chef’s and Santoku knife. The Artistry collection of open stock pieces is available with handles in blue stone, blush, poppy, french blue and fresh green.
“The responses to our product previews have been tremendous,” said Marc Wade, general manager at Ferrum Technology Corporation. “Ferrum uses a metal forming process which is completely different from the traditional methods used by other knife makers.”
The knives are available for order and carry a suggested retail price of $120 each.