During the Middle Ages the kitchen staff of huge noble or royal courts occasionally numbered in the hundreds: pantlers, bakers, waferers, sauciers, larderers, butchers, carvers, page boys, milkmaids, butlers and numerous scullions. The meat carver would disjoint the meat and slices in uniform portions. Meat carving was sometimes considered a skill for the private dinner table. They would hand out portions of meat such as roast or poultry. This carving knife is made from forged iron steel with a full tang construction. It features a drop point style blade which is great for slicing. Test your carving skills with this ultimate medieval style blade.
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