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Universal kitchen pliers
Stainless steel universal kitchen pliers Gù with 1,000 uses: nutcracker, lobster plier, twist cap and bottle opener, and many more.
Universal kitchen pliers
Stainless steel universal kitchen pliers Gù with 1,000 uses: nutcracker, lobster plier, twist cap and bottle opener, and another 996 uses. Perfect as a gift idea for a special occasion, a wedding present or a Christmas gift, it comes supplied in an elegant eco-sustainable book package designed to protect the product.
It is possible cleaning it in a dishwasher.
Kitchen tools are dangerous articles if used improperly: always use responsibly, and keep them out of reach of children.
This kitchen accessory called Gù is a product developed by the Italian company Due Ancore (Italy). The tool is hand crafted with the highest quality material Molybdenum Vanadium stainless steel, which ensures optimum cutting-edge hold and an excellent cutting quality. The rivets, also made in stainless steel, are much resistant compared the others in aluminium.
The book, made of upcycled material, matches our eco-friendly vision with its capacity of protecting and storageing the article, without any risk of damaging them.
Maniago is a small city located in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region of Northeastern Italy. Our valley had water and iron and most probably these were the two main elements that gave way to the tradition and production of blades and knives during the Roman Age, and in subsequent years the territory was under the region of the Venetian Republic and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Our city is renowned all over the world for its production of knives, an activity which started around the 15th century due to its proximity to the city of Venice. During that period work began on the making of halberds for the army, while in subsequent centuries production became more varied; presently, within the municipality of Maniago, kitchen, hunting, sports knives are produced, along with industrial blades, gardening scissors and corkscrews.
The Coltellerie Marcello Beltrame is a historic Italian knife maker dating back to the end of the 1800s; later, in the first half of the 1900s, become the most important company of Maniago, producing professional cutlery, and articles for the agricultural and construction sectors. Following the changes of the last few decades, the company undertook a profound change of the brand, and in 2012 the Lamami line was born, envisaged and designed by current owner Andrea Girolami, to renew the target market by focusing on the recovery of the craftsmanship, and blending this with the search for innovative and environmentally sustainable materials.