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Shigeki Tanaka Damascus VG10 Petty with Magnolia Handle Buffalo Ferrule 150mm / 5.9"

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Seeking a multitasking tool for small tasks? Embark on a culinary journey with Tanaka Damascus VG10 stainless steel Petty knife. Forged by the top-grade blacksmith Shigeki Tanaka, this special 150mm (5.9") knife embodies Japan's exquisite craftsmanship. Enjoy impeccable precision as it effortlessly navigates dense ingredients, elevating your cooking to amazing new heights. Upgrade your chef's knife to this razor-sharp, finely constructed masterpiece, an ancient treasure from Japan's traditional art.

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: VG10 Steel
Blade Length: 150 mm (5.9")
Edge Type: Double Bevel
Magnolia Handle Buffalo Ferrule - Right handed handle

Weight: 77 g
Blade Width: 32 mm
Blade Thickness: 2 mm
Handle Length: 115 mm
Handle Thickness: 23 mm

This is a Western style series made out of VG-10 stainless steel that is resistant to rust. The blade has a beautiful Damascus patterning like Hakuun which is white cloud that is stunning. Not only functional, this knife can be displayed as artwork while not in use.

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

Hailing from Miki City, the oldest blacksmith town in Japan, Shigeki Tanaka is a highly skilled fourth-generation blacksmith, carrying a rich heritage of craftsmanship. His journey as an artisan led him to Takefu City, Fukui Prefecture, where he honed his skills in crafting single-edged knives under the guidance of a traditional craftsman, contributing to the launch of the brand Seikisaku.

What sets him apart as a true master is his rare ability to expertly craft both double-edged and single-edged knives, showcasing remarkable versatility and prowess in the world of blacksmithing. With Shigeki Tanaka's skillful hands at work, each knife becomes a true work of art, epitomizing the timeless traditions of Japanese craftsmanship. Owning one of his creations not only grants you a remarkable cutting tool but also a cherished piece of history and dedication to the art of knife-making.

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

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