We developed the Trillium paring knife for detailed in-hand work and board-cutting of smaller items. A lot of people, including professional chefs, are used to throw-away paring knives. The Trillium is a keeper. Well maintained, it can last a lifetime. The bite of its S35VN steel will impress you right out of the shipping box and it will hold its edge better than the vast majority of factory made knives.
The Trillium’s standard handle material is waterproof and practically indestructible G10, held on with stainless steel screws. It can also be ordered with west coast wood handles if you prefer a unique natural look.
The Trillium comes in two blade finishes: CNC finish is our original eye-catching look in which the machining lines remain on display. The hand-applied satin finish offers a more traditional look. More on our blade finishes.
The Trillium, like all of North Arm’s kitchen knives, takes its name from West Coast flora. The Western Trillium is a white-flowered forest plant that may take 15 years to bloom.
This is the brief info sheet we include in the box with the Trillium. For further information on care and sharpening look at the pages under the “knife care” tab on the menu bar.
We back all of our knives with a warranty and satisfaction guarantee!
Maximum Dimensions L x W x H: 8.1″ x 0.9″ x 0.56″ (20.6cm x 2.3cm x 1.4cm)
Blade length (tip to handle): 3.6″ (9.14cm)
Weight: G10: 2.2 oz. (65 grams)
Wood: 1.6 oz. (45 grams)
Blade steel: CPM S35VN
Blade hardness: HRC 59-61
Blade thickness at spine: 0.060″ (1.5mm)
Blade Grind: flat (CNC milled)
Cutting edge angle (inclusive): 25°
Made in BC