Why choose Solingen knives?

Why choose Solingen knives?

For over a hundred years, the city of Solingen has stood for high-quality cutlery like no other place in the world. The first large production facilities for knives and scissors were established here, in the heart of North Rhine-Westphalia. Since then, quality and durability have been at home in the Bergisches Land region.

Why choose Solingen tableware?

The manufacturers from Solingen can now look back on decades of tradition. The timeless design of the products has changed little since then. In any temporal as well as spatial environment, they elegantly complement the rest of the tableware. The distinctive edges and curved edges have long enjoyed great popularity.

How many pieces are there in a set of cutlery?

Therefore you can find cutlery sets consisting of 24, 30 or 72 pieces each. These are delivered wrapped in a high-quality gift box and can be gifted without any additional effort. Each set includes a specific part of our range of products. You can choose a set from the different variations according to your ideas.

With the right knife in your hand your cutting-work is done with ease, much faster and – not to forget – much safer. We offer you knives from the brands: Güde®-Solingen®, Eikaso®-Solingen® and Linder®-Solingen®. 100% made in Solingen® Germany – guaranteed!

Which Solingen products are made in Germany?

Güde®-Solingen® , Eikaso®-Solingen® and Linder®-Solingen®. 100% made in Solingen® Germany – guaranteed!

Why are there so many blades named Solingen?

Many varieties of blades and weapons bear the city’s name in addition to their cutler’s marks. The mark “Solingen” is not the name of a single cutler or sword assembler, but was adopted by all the city’s manufacturers to brand their reputation on edged blades and tools. Relics of blademaking exist everywhere in the city.

Why is Solingen the world’s leading manufacturer of cutlery?

The city’s factory organization secured it’s dominance in the cutlery world. In the 1960s Germany was responsible for 60% of the worldwide cutlery, and 70% of that was produced in Solingen.