cheese knife

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I have a cheese knife and board set - the board is wooden with a little mouse carved at one end. I bought it at the Devon County Show whilst on holiday some years ago.
Sadly the knife has given up on life - blade and handle will no longer remain together when cutting cheese. The knife has Ben Oxley, Thames St, Windsor on it. I can't get a result on an internet search - does anyone living in Windsor know if this store is still there? If not what cheese knife would you recommend I have been looking and not found any I like in the usual department stores.
 

Boldnotold

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#2
Lakeland do a couple of nice ones. And you can shop online!
 
#5
Are cheese knives essential? Considering their limited range of use, can it be justified to need one?
 
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Fang_Farrier

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#12
I don't eat trees you weirdo
Who said you had to eat them! Just cut them down for firewood to roast your cheese.
 
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I have just ordered that one - I was amused to see the long list of titles to choose when placing the order including Viscountess and Brigadier
That must be a bit annoying for a General. :)

A nice little set by the way.
 
#18
That must be a bit annoying for a General. :)

A nice little set by the way.
hmmmmmmmm Colonel is on the list but not General - wonder why not?
 
#19
hmmmmmmmm Colonel is on the list but not General - wonder why not?
The owner reads too many romantic novels. It's always Colonel and Brigadier, never General. :)

Anything for Private?
 

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