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Handforged 35 Layer Paring / Paring Knife from SAKAI TAKAYUKI (80mm)

Handforged 35 Layer Paring / Paring Knife from SAKAI TAKAYUKI (80mm)

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: VG10 Steel, 33 Layer Damascus Steel, Mahoganny Handle
  • Favorited by: 28 people
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Sakai Takayuki have been producing hand forged knives in much the same traditional way for more than 600 years. Sakai or 'Seki' is and always has been the home of traditional sword craftsmanship and Sakai Takayuki have grown to become one of the most well known and respected knife makers

East meets West with this beautiful line of hammered Damascus knives. 33 layers of steel are folded and wrapped around a VG10 core to provide a superior cutting experience. VG10 is one of the best steels used for kitchen knives due to its hardness (HRC61) resulting in superior edge retention, sharpness and stain resistance. The layered Damascus steel makes the blade easier to sharpen and provides a shock absorbing element and beautiful aesthetic whilst the exposed edge is the sharpest that can be manufactured. It is hand hammered to further strengthen the blade and each knife is hand sharpened, fitted with a stylish mahogany handle.


​A great entry in to the range. This Japanese version of the paring knife has a slightly raised heel and is great for peeling / chopping vegetables


- VG10 core
- 33 Layer Damascus Steel
- Double Bevel
- Full Tang
- Mahogany handle
- 80mm Blade


*Over 18's only Please*

A larger selection of Japanese Knives can be found at my website: WWW.CHEFSLOCKER.CO.UK
Sakai Takayuki have been producing hand forged knives in much the same traditional way for more than 600 years. Sakai or 'Seki' is and always has been the home of traditional sword craftsmanship and Sakai Takayuki have grown to become one of the most well known and respected knife makers

East meets West with this beautiful line of hammered Damascus knives. 33 layers of steel are folded and wrapped around a VG10 core to provide a superior cutting experience. VG10 is one of the best steels used for kitchen knives due to its hardness (HRC61) resulting in superior edge retention, sharpness and stain resistance. The layered Damascus steel makes the blade easier to sharpen and provides a shock absorbing element and beautiful aesthetic whilst the exposed edge is the sharpest that can be manufactured. It is hand hammered to further strengthen the blade and each knife is hand sharpened, fitted with a stylish mahogany handle.


​A great entry in to the range. This Japanese version of the paring knife has a slightly raised heel and is great for peeling / chopping vegetables


- VG10 core
- 33 Layer Damascus Steel
- Double Bevel
- Full Tang
- Mahogany handle
- 80mm Blade


*Over 18's only Please*

A larger selection of Japanese Knives can be found at my website: WWW.CHEFSLOCKER.CO.UK

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