Made In Just Launched the Most Beautiful Limited Edition Bread Knife That’s Going to Sell Out in Hours

published Oct 5, 2020
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I don’t know about you, but at this point, I have baked so many loaves of bread that I think I’m ready to start a bakery. Well, okay, fine, I’m not all the way there yet, but I definitely do deserve a new tool to add to my bread-baking arsenal. And if you’re feeling about the same, you’ll be happy to know that Made In, one of our favorite DTC brands, just launched the most beautiful, limited edition bread knife that’ll make slicing into fresh loaves more satisfying.

Designed in collaboration with iconic chef Nancy Silverton and made by fifth-generation knifemakers in Thiers, France, this $169 bread knife isn’t just any ordinary serrated knife. In fact, it’s one of those kitchen tools that’s worthy of being passed down generations.

The gorgeous handle is made from bone micarta, which is essentially organic materials like paper, cloth, or cork pressed together, laminated, and dried in resin. Translation: It’s very, very sturdy and gives you an exceptionally firm grip when you’re slicing through even the crustiest bread loaf. The 8-inch serrated blade has 24 sharp points that can smoothly glide through everything from ciabatta to sourdough to baguettes without creating a mess of crumbs or mercilessly shredding apart the loaf. And just like all Made In knives, it’s fully forged, resulting in a blade that’s razor sharp and durable.

If you’re unfamiliar with Made In’s knives, our Lifestyle Director, Lisa, has tested their cult-favorite Santoku knife, which is constantly selling out. In fact, Lisa loved it so much that she recommended you buy it ASAP “because you never know.” And it’s true, because any new launch from Made In usually sells out within days (remember this sheet pan, grill frying pan, and the legendary $69 skillet?!). And when it’s a limited-edition launch — like this gorgeous bread knife — then it’s likely be gone in a matter of hours.

Whether you’re planning to do more bread making this fall or always keep a fresh loaf on hand from the local bakery, you’ll want to snag this beautiful knife while it’s still in stock. Because, as Lisa says, you never know when (or if) it’s coming back again.

Buy: Made In x Nancy Silverton Bread Knife, $169