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Kuhn Rikon to bring back leopard print knife

Due to unprecedented demand Kuhn Rikon is re-introducing its limited edition Colori leopard print knife that was made famous by Nigella Lawson in her Cook Eat Repeat tv series. The patterned blade – which will be sought after by Kuhn Rikon stockists and eager consumers – is due to return in December.

The first episode of Nigella’s Cook Eat Repeat aired on BBC 2 on November 8 2020 and prompted a social media frenzy as viewers searched for the leopard skin print knife being used by the celebrity. Tweets included: ‘Nigella has a leopard print knife! I’ve literally never wanted anything so much in my life!’

Kuhn Rikon has pioneered coloured bladed knives with its Colori range. Paul Marchant, key accounts manager for Kuhn Rikon UK emphasises that: “Behind the novelty is a steely commitment to quality so the knives will give years of service.”

He elaborates: “All Kuhn Rikon knives are made using superior Japanese steel to ensure a long lasting and easy-to-sharpen edge.”

Above: Some of Kuhn Rikon’s patterned blades.
Above: Some of Kuhn Rikon’s patterned blades.


This year the Swiss brand has also introduced a new “cool and contemporary colour palette with six colours in straight and serrated blades along with 13 different arty knife designs,” notes Paul.


Top: The Colori leopard print knife from Kuhn Rikon is due back in stock in December.

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