This fair-trade asian kitchen knife not only impresses with its rustic charm, but above all with its outstanding sharpness and easy re-sharpening.
The handle is made of three parts made of ironwood, padauk and jackfruit.
The knifes are traditionally handcrafted in small family businesses in villages in Vietnam. This business keeps those villages alive. Chinese mass production of steel is a big threat for these people and many have to leave their villages to look for jobs in the big cities...just to end up in poor circumstances. Buying these beautiful knifes helps to protect the old village structures!
each knife is unique.
The blades can be sharpened quickly and easily on unglazed ceramic and are very versatile.
The 1,5 millimeter thin blades in particular glide through fish, meat, fruit, vegetables or bread easily - so that the preparation of food is quick and effortless.
Facts in short:
Blade lenght 16,5 cm
Total lenght 31 cm
Weight 135 g
† 99.8% iron / carbon steel blades
† very sharp and easy to cut
† easy to sand
† Sharpening: with a ceramic sharpening rod or the unpainted base of a porcelain plate or cup
† beautiful dark patina and rustic wood,
+++ Please note: Each of our knives is handcrafted and therefore unique. Since it is not produced by a machine, there may be slight deviations from the photo in the color of the blade and the handle. +++
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Just contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 14 days of delivery
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