You Can Never Have Too Much Pizza, And You Can Never Go Wrong Buying A Pizza Cutter Made By Andrew Meers.
Andrew Meers loves pizza, so when his factory pizza cutter broke, he fixed it—and then made his first-ever custom version of one. The result has features only an award-winning ABS master smith such as Andrew would include.
Fresh out of the oven is the mesmerizing disc cutter in a W’s explosion pattern mosaic damascus. A pet peeve is loose pizza cutter discs that rattle, so he tightened his down with the help of a folding-knife pivot fitting.
The arm and guard are forged stainless with a blackened brut de forge look. He forged the crossguard in a plant-like shape, drawing the quillons out and giving them fullers for a bud-like appearance. The grip is ebony inlaid with bits of silver to resemble stars in the night sky.
If 20th-century actor, comedian and singer Dean “The King of Cool” Martin were here, he might croon, “When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that’s amore.”
Pizza Cutter Specs
Model: Pizza cutter
Maker: Andrew Meers
Dimensions: The cutting disc is 3.5 inches in diameter; the cutter’s overall length is 9 inches
Disc Material: W’s explosion pattern mosaic damascus of 1084 carbon and 15N20 nickel-alloy steels
Handle frame and guard: Blackened forged stainless w/a brut de forge look
Scale material: Ebony inlaid w/silver “stars”
Engraving: In a traditional Japanese line style by Andrew Meers
Andrew’s price for a similar piece: This one sold for $850
Andrew’s favorite pizzas: Meat Lovers, including the Whole Hog (red sauce, pepperoni, bacon, red onion, green pepper, jalapeno and mozzarella), and the Margherita, a typical Neapolitan pizza w/San Marzano tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil, salt and extra-virgin olive oil
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