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Misuzu Hamono 45 Layer Damascus AUS-10 Core Petty 150 mm / 5.9" Magnolia Handle

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Looking for a knife you can use for all those smaller tasks? 

The petty knife is the perfect length for everything from cubing small chicken breasts to peeling an apple. The Misuzu Hamono 45 Layer Damascus petty knife will keep a sharp edge for a long time and looks stunning while you work (or if you'd like to display it on the wall as artwork!)

Ideal for: Slicing and dicing.

Useful on food types: Small proteins as well as small to medium fruits and vegetables including apples, oranges, carrots, broccoli, and garlic.

Petty Knife
Blade Material: 45 Layer Damascus AUS-10 Stainless Steel core
Blade Length: 150 mm (5.9")
Edge Type: Double Bevel
Magnolia Handle with buffalo-horn ring

Weight: 59 g
Blade Width: 28 mm
Blade Thickness: 1 mm
Handle Length: 115 mm
Handle Thickness: 20 mm

The AUS-10 stainless steel core will keep a great edge and the 45 Layer Damascus will make this knife pop everytime you use it in the kitchen.  It has a Magnolia wood handle with a horn bolster and a partial tang. This knife is perfect for the home or for professional use. 

Petty & Paring knives are small utility kitchen knives perfect for small proteins, fruits and vegetables.

Misuzu is a small family run blacksmith located in Miki within the Hyogo prefecture.  They are specifically known for the Misuzu Hamono knife which is a versatile knife invented by the founder, Shinji Suzuki, in 1946. The current blacksmith, Yamato Miyawaki, married into the family and is now the third-generation knife maker. All knives are made by him personally. Since they are all hand-made, he can only make a limited amount each month.

For maintenance we recommend whetstone sharpening.  If you are interested check out our whetstone collection.

*Please do not cut bone or frozen food. It may cause the it to chip. No dishwasher please.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Awesome petty knife

This knife feels great and the damascus finish looks beautiful in hand. The blade feels great, especially if you have smaller hands, and makes quick work of vegetables. The handle does become rough after a few uses but smooths out after rubbing on tsubaki oil and letting it sit over night.