Wooden  Guillotine Salami Slicer 19th Century Design Handmade Oak and Beech Wood Cured Meat Chopper - Handcrafted Wood, Iron & Copper

Wooden Guillotine Salami Slicer 19th Century Design Handmade Oak and Beech Wood Cured Meat Chopper

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Introducing our exceptional handmade Slovene guillotine salami slicer – a unique and exquisite tool for slicing salami or dry-cured meats. This one-of-a-kind slicer is meticulously crafted, coated with edible virgin oil, and features a stainless steel blade for precision slicing.

An ideal gift, this salami slicer is nearly indispensable, especially in wine cellars where enthusiasts savor a glass of fine wine paired with perfectly sliced homemade salami. The design harkens back to the 19th century and originated in the vicinity of SEVNICA, Slovenia. Recently unearthed in a nearby castle archive, this historical design adds a touch of elegance to your kitchen.

This salami slicer not only serves a practical purpose but can also be a stunning decoration, stealing the show at your gatherings when you expertly cut flawless salami or dry-cured meat slices. Experience the passion of hand-slicing without electricity or noise – a true gourmet touch.

Did you know that authentic gourmet salami or cured meat must be sliced by hand, eschewing electric high-speed slicers? This versatile slicer extends its functionality to slicing vegetables, providing a multi-purpose addition to your kitchen.

Proudly made in Slovenia, a region steeped in woodware tradition since 1492, this guillotine salami slicer combines historical craftsmanship with modern functionality. Elevate your culinary experience with this unique Slovenian-made slicer – where tradition meets innovation!

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Handmade Oak and Beech wood.

Very sharp blade made from stainless steal make 1- 1.5mm slices (approx).

Blade can be changed if ever happened to be not sharp.

For detailed measures see the gallery

Weight 3.5 kg - 7.71lbs.

Handmade in Slovenia - Europe with a tradition in wood ware since 1492.