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Damascus 8'' Chef knife

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Chef knife, damascus steel
The blade of this knife is made using unique Japanese Damascus Steel technology. It contains high concentration of carbon, traditionally used in production of Damascus swords and blades, even in ancient times, giving the knife an extremely sharp, durable and shatter-resistant quality, as well as giving the blade its beautiful patterned appearance.
Quentons knife
The knife's smooth and polished wood handle makes it light, comfortable to hold and easy to use.
Damask knives, Meat knife
The chef knife (also known as a 'French knife' or a 'cook's knife') is an all-purpose knife – it has a curved blade which makes it possible to rock the knife against a chopping board for a more precise cut.
Damask blade, Meat knife
The knife's broad and heavy blade means that you can easily cut through tough meat fibre and even chop into bone.
Chef knife, vegetable knife
It is perfect for even the most basic tasks, such as mincing meat, slicing vegetables and chopping herbs. The knife's broad blade make for fast and efficient usage – whether the handle is raised or pointing down, the blade remains in contact with the board.
Big knife, Chef knives, Big knife, Long blade knife
The chef knife's big and long blade makes it ideal for cutting up items such as watermelon.
Quentons knife
Comes in an elegant Quentons box, making this a perfect culinary gift.
High concentration of carbon, is the reason why Damascus steel is internationally renowned for its strength and metal integrity. But these knives require special storage conditions; after use, please wipe the knives with a soft dry cloth and do not leave them covered in soap or salty water for long periods of time.
German Shef Knife
A standard size 8" blade, this knife offers a German style: it is continuously more curved along its cutting edge than the corresponding French style.
Damask steel, damascus blades
The production of Damascus Steel can be traced back to the ancient technique of Middle Eastern sword-making. According to legend, the blades can cut a hair falling across the blade or cleave through stone, metal, or even other swords.
Damascus steel, damask blades
To produce Damascus Steel, 67 separate layers of various types of steel and iron are folded and welded together, producing a material that is renowned for its tough, shatter-resistant quality and sharp and resilient edge.
Chef knife, damask steel
Chef knife, damascus steel
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