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Scappi Cooking Set ~ Malleus Martialis Firenze
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Scappi Cooking Set

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Cutlery & Tools

Scappi Cooking Set

Product Name: Scappi Cooking Set
Period: 16th c.
Source: Reconstructed starting from the beautiful prints contained in the italian cooking treatise Opera di M.Bartolomeo Scappi, cuoco secreto di Papa Pio V
Blade Cross Section: triangular
“Coltello Mastro a Battere”, Boning Knife: Overall Length 36.5 cm – Max Blade Width 7.2 cm
Coltello da Torta, Cake Knife: Overall Length 37.2 cm – Max Blade Width 4.1 cm
Ostreghina, Oyster Knife: Overall Length 18 cm – Max Blade Width 2.5 cm
Coltello da Pasta, Pasta Knife: Overall Length 36.2 cm – Max Blade Width 4.5 cm
Forcina, Little Fork: 23 cm
Forcina, Big Fork: 45 cm
Max Thickness: 3,5 mm
Edge Thickness: Sharp
Hardening: 54 HRC
Flexibility: None







Price for each:
Coltello Mastro a Battere, Boning Knife – 100,00 €
Coltello da Torta, Cake Knife – 80,00 €
Ostreghina, Oyster Knife – 60,00 €
Coltello da Pasta, Pasta Knife – 80,00 €
Forcina, Little Fork – 25,00 €
Forcina, Big Fork – 50,00 €

Italian Flavours & Fragrances

The Scappi Cooking Set is based on the treatise Opera di M.Bartolomeo Scappi, cuoco secreto di Papa Pio V (1570) by Cook Bartolomeo Scappi, who was active in the 16th century and was one of the fathers of the italian cuisine. He was the Vatican Kitchens’ official chef under Pope Pio IV and Pope Pio V.


More Details

  • Disclaimer: the blades and forks are not stainless and are not suitable for food preparation.
  • Grip: Italian Olive Wood
  • Perfect for reenacting the 16th century cooking customs and traditions.
  • Perfect for the renaissance table reconstruction
  • Sheath not included, it can be added on request.
  • Handcrafted in Italy
  • 1 Year Warranty >> More


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