Caring for your Cosmo Knife
Thank you and congratulations for choosing a Cosmo Knife. Handcrafted by master Knife Maker, Seth Burton on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, your knife will remain in your family for generations. The information below will help you care for the finest knife you will ever own.
I appreciate the importance of the ergonomics, the durability and the ease of maintenance in my knives. Balance is one of the keys in avoiding fatigue and to ensure the knife is an effective tool.
Comfort for the chef is a huge concern. Weight, grip size and overall knife size are all considered in the design process. Functionality has been a credo of mine since I began making knives. These knives are meant to be used. I stand behind the workmanship on all my knives with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Cosmo knives are built to last a lifetime and include a complimentary sharpening service as long as you own your knife and I am able.
Important Care Instructions
Bly Kaye, artist, resides on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, and writes that throughout her artistic practice… “…I have moved through many mediums… my early works used painting, drawing and printmaking. Later I incorporated weaving, paper mache and fabric based materials. About ten years ago, I began experimenting with collage and have developed techniques of working that I continue to explore today.”