A cut above the rest.
Handcut your own rustic tagliatelle the old-fashioned Italian way with this specialty knife, made by the artisans at Maserin in Maniago, Italy. Known as the “cortlénna” in Bolognese dialect, this peculiar coltello has a beautiful olive wood handle and a tall, rectangular straight-edge blade, which makes it ideal for cutting the iconic tagliatelle ribbons (although we won’t tell Nonna if you use it to cut other shapes!).
Stainless steel and olive wood
Handwash in warm water with a gentle detergent and dry immediately after use. Rub the handle with food-safe mineral oil when the wood begins to look and feel a bit dry.
Nota bene: never put your tagliatelle knife in the dishwasher!
Founded in 1960, Coltellerie Maserin is a distinguished Italian knife manufacturer with a passion for craftsmanship and quality. The family company is located in Maniago, Italy, nicknamed “the city of knives” thanks to its artisan metalworking tradition dating back to the middle ages.