the Rio de la Plata / art.05


Considered the widest river in the world sitting on the border of Argentina and Uruguay is the Rio de la Plata (Silver River). It was discovered by the Portuguese in 1512, but named 24 years later by the Italian explorer, Cabot, when he discovered silver trinkets in the river. Now this river supports the largest shipping port in South America, Buenos Aires Port, and the name perfectly suits our sleek, high polished, and all stainless steel steak knife. Our Rio de la Plata shines like silver and is sure to look beautiful at your table!

  • includes 4 knives
  • Handmade custom wood box from the Patagonia
  • 100% Argentine stainless steel blade with high polish
  • 4 inch blade, 4 inch handle, 6 oz


One letter and three-letter monograms are available for an additional fee of $25 per set of 4 knives. The initials are provided in two monogram styles (BLOCK or Script). For a three-letter monogram, the larger initial in the middle traditionally represents the last name. Monogramming is only available for web orders through

Product Care:

Caring for these knives is exceptionally important in keeping them brilliant and beautiful. Each knife needs to be hand washed with mild soap and carefully towel dried before storing. Never place them in the dishwasher or expose them to extreme temperatures due to the sensitivity of the materials used and the blades.

Availability: Out of stock

$159.99 USD

the Rio de la Plata

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