Knives in set:
753-3 ¼” Paring Knife
750-4” Paring Knife
72-6” Boning Knife
75-8” Slicing Knife
7-7” Butcher Knife
First introduced in 1924, the Old Hickory® knives are the most venerable product line still in active production. The Old Hickory® knives feature a hardwood handle secured with brass compression rivets to 1075 carbon steel blades that are both very sharp and capable of retaining an edge better than most stainless knives. Proudly manufactured with artisan processes for over 90 years, Old Hickory® has stood the test of time and is proven to be the best carbon steel kitchen cutlery sold today.
USE & CARE
Please note that the Old Hickory knives are made with carbon steel. We have been making Old Hickory since the early 1900's. Carbon steel knives require extra care to prevent rusting and oxidation of the surface. Old Hickory should not be placed in a dishwasher or allowed to soak in a sink. We recommend cleaning the blade with a damp sponge or cloth and dry thoroughly. Some people go a step further and apply a light coating of vegetable oil to the blades surface. If your blade shows signs of rust, use some steel wool to remove it and then apply some oil to the blade. To keep the blade razor sharp, use a honing steel, sometimes referred to as sharpening steel, or sharpening stick. After years of use, the steel blade will develop a patina, a darkening which is desirable and an indication of its age. Old Hickory knives are durable and affordable, but do require special care.
They are dull right out the box,other than that that I like them.
Great product from a great local company!
The paring knife rusted while sitting in an empty sink.
705 5-Pc. Cutlery Set
Dad was a meat-cutter, so I grew up using Old Hickory knives in the kitchen. He gifted me and my wife a set of knives for a wedding gift. We have gifted our kids and several other couples with Old Hickory knives. We have purchased, won, and received a number of knives and knife sets, including KitchenAid and other expensive brands, but the Old Hickory knives are the ones we use. Almost exclusively. No substitute for quality.