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Giveaway: Precision Knife Set and Black Diamond Block worth £159.80

































Edge of Belgravia is one of the worlds most innovative chef knife brands. Established in Belgravia, London in 2010 and officially launched onto the UK market in 2012, Edge of Belgravia has quickly won acclaim. The firm has combined daring avant-gard design with clever marketing to gain global recognition.

Futuristic in concept, their Black Diamond Knife Block (RRP £89.90) designed by Christian Bird uses clever weighting to secure the knives in the block and fits up to 11 knives. The Precision Knife set (RRP £69.90) includes a bread, chef's, deba and paring knife. All are coated in stainless steel with a non stick blade coating which cuts with ease.

Edge of Belgravia have kindly given one Black Diamond Knife Block and one Precision Knife set to giveaway in a competition to one Jam and Clotted Cream reader. To enter all you need to do is fill in the Rafflecopter widget below. UK entrants only please.

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  1. Amazing prize! Would love to win!

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  2. Lovely! Totally awesome knife set.

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  3. Thank You for this lovely giveaway, I have my fingers crossed as I oly have one sharp knife! xxx

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  4. Fabulous giveaway, thanks for the chance :)

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  5. Very smart looking prize. Would go beautifully in our kitchen

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  6. I love the gorgeous shape of this!!

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  7. a great set of knives that any kitchen would love x

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  8. Very trendy design . Would love to WIN

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  9. wow fingers crossed would love to win this !

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  10. My current knife block was handed to me when my mam bought a new one - some 20 years ago! Needless to say I'm in need of an upgrade and as well as this looking really stylish, it also looks like it could cope with most tasks! Thanks for the comp :)

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  11. Fantastic! Would love to win this! Thanks x

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  12. These look great - would love to win!

    Ashleigh

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  13. How cool is this? Would love to win :)


    http://thecornishlife.co.uk

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  14. Very nice set.

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  15. I so need some decent knives :D

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  16. What a great knifeblock - the knives look fantastic and the block is such an interesting shape.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  17. I really need some decent knives. Would love to win

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  18. What an amazing giveaway, this set screams quality. Would love to have these in my kitchen

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  19. I love good knives, you can never have too many

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  20. hoping to revamp the kitchen soon - these would look great

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  21. fab giveaway, these look really awesome!!

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  22. These would really improve my cooking skills!

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  23. Thank you for the chance of entering this lovely giveaway

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  24. Amazing - I would love to win this knife set! Thanks for the gveaway :)

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  25. This looks a real cutting edge prize

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  26. I would love to win our knives are useless !

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  27. Need a new knife set and if you have a quality non stick frying pan too - that would be good :)

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  28. I could do with a new knife set, thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  29. I haven't had new knives since I was married and that was 20 years ago!

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  30. This looks so cool, i want ittttt! :D

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  31. Just what I am after a decent set of knifes.

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  32. What every cooking lover needs! Great prize!

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  33. Fab giveaway x

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  34. I love the trendy design of the knife block and could really do with a new set of knives

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  35. I would love to win this!

    Trevor Linvell

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  36. Lovely knives. Just what I need for my kitchen

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  37. Great giveaway. I'd love to win these gorgeous looking knives!

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  38. Fab prize - I'd love a decent set of knifes

    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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  39. Lovely prize, could do with these, thank you.

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  40. Great prize! I could do with some new knives.

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  41. Brilliant, I really need sharp knifes I am so less likely to cut myself

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  42. Brilliant prize, would love to win we really need some decent knives x

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  43. love the deisgn of this block

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  44. I've never had a knife block, no more losing knives in the drawer! Badly need some new knives too, so win win :D

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  45. fantastic set i could do with some sharp knives for the kitchen

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  46. This is an amazing set of knives! I desperately need a new set as most of mine have snapped and are either blunt or have no handle!

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  47. Just what we need as our knives have needed replacing for ages now.

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  48. this would look fab in my kitchen

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  49. wow how amazing these look fabulous i would love to win these thanks for the chance

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  50. I would love to win, please count me in.

    Kirsty Fox

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  51. Wonderful, I'd love some new knives xx

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  52. these look fab! i really need a new set so this would be awesome

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