Discover our handcrafted knives.
“...exceptionally well performing knife and did well on all of our knife review tests. In fact, no other knife which we have reviewed so far has performed as well”
Joe Bartlett aka The Knife Nerd
* The triple riveted full tang construction provides strength, balance, and easy cutting control
* Tempered to 61-62⁰ Rockwell
*Contoured handle for an elegant fit and an envious appearance
* Forged with 67 layers of pure Japanese VG 10 Damascus steel
* Rose wood handle with a mosaic pin
Transparency is one of our core values. We want you to know who Vie Belles is and what we're all about so you can feel great about your purchase before, during, and long after.
"Vie Belles makes some of the very best performing and most beautifully crafted knives I've ever used. As a professional chef, I would highly recommend the Vie Belles knives."
Chef David Buchanan
"Vie Belles knives are so sharp, with excellent balance and good weight. I love working with them. I fully endorse Vie Belles knives."
Chef Joe Tryo
"These are truly professional quality, with a balance, sharpness, and function that’s first class all the way. I only use the best in my kitchen and, today the Classic Series is what you’ll find there."
Chef Rylan Avendano
* Crafted from walnut wood; complimented with high-quality Damascus steel
* Keep your knives within easy reach; accommodates 8 knives of varying sizes
* Our hand-made block is well balanced and looks sharp on your countertop
* Made by Experts
Founded by professional chefs with 30+ years of experience, we make the exacting demands of commercial kitchens accessible to serious home chefs with the goal of enhancing their results and enjoyment.
* Uncompromising Design
Unlike mass-market brands that want to sell you kitchen gear that needs regular replacement, we focus on delivering the best designs, materials, and overall quality. Our products are built to last.
* Unbeatable Value
We deal directly with the top manufacturers and sell directly to consumers, thereby eliminating the layers of markups in a traditional supply chain.
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