Damascus Chef's Knife (6 in.) with Kingwood

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Product Description for Damascus Chef's Knife (6 in.) with Kingwood

Maker: Kelly Dallyn (click to see more by this maker)
Price: $275.00
Item num: 101569
*** This is handmade and one-of-a-kind ***
Blade length: 6.00 in.
Cutting edge length: 6.00 in.
Total length: 10.30 in.
Blade height (at heel): 1.45 in.
Blade thickness (near bolster): 0.08 in.
Blade thickness (at midpoint): 0.08 in.
Blade thickness (near tip): 0.02 in.
Item weight: 5.40 oz.
Blade: 200 layer birdseye damascus forged to shape from 15N20 and 1080 carbon steels
Bolster: Dovetailed 416 stainless steel
Handle: Kingwood set on a full tang
Description: This chef's knife is the work of Canadian bladesmith Kelly Dallyn. The maker's mark on Kelly's knives is his family's cattle brand, which has been passed down to his dad by his grandmother. When he started to make knives, he thought he would use something that stood the test of time to mark them. With this brand on his knives and the craftsmanship that he put into them, he knows they will stand the test of time long after he is gone.
This chef's knife is likely to become one of the primary knives used in your kitchen. Whether chopping onions, mincing garlic, or slicing meats, this knife will be a great choice.camellia oil to oil both the blade and natural wood handle.
Handle scales are made from kingwood set to a full tang using two mosaic pins. A true rosewood, kingwood is harvested from a small tree called Dalbergia cearensis that is restricted to a small area in Brazil. Extremely rare, kingwood was famous for being used in the finest furniture in the world during the 17th century that was often only sold to royalty. The scales are nicely dovetailed to 416 stainless steel bolsters. The handle feels great and has nice balance. Like other knives, this knife should not be put in the dishwasher.


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