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Swedish steel knives made by hand sharpening.
It boasts the best sharpness. It is also famous for its longevity.
Please use it not only as a professional cook but also as a home.

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Petty Swedish Stainless Mono Steel 150mm Hand Sharpening Wa-handle By Ashihamono

ペティナイフ スエーデン鋼  手研ぎ 150mm 銀香 芦刃物製

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We try to capture images that represent the real product as much as possible. However, the actual product delivered may differ from the product image due to lighting. Please note this point.If you would like additional images, please contact us as they will be taken individually.
S1-13-1909-08

Specification

Status:
Brand New/unused
NOTE:
Image information takes precedence over textual information listed on the product page.
Rust prevention:
Rust prevention is unnecessary knife.
Brand Name:
Ginga
Use applications:
Suitable for fruit cutting and fine work.
Country/Region of Brade:
Sakai / Osaka Pref./ Japan
Knife Type:
Wa-Petty
Constraction of Knives:
Double Edge (Bebvel)
Steel Name:
Swedish Steel
Forge Welding:
Honyaki (Mono Stailess)
HRC (Rockwell hardness):
HRC-61
Weight:
According to image
Handle Material:
Octagonal Magnolia
Saya (Sheath):
Unequipped
Dominant hand:
Ambidextrous
Note of Use:
Since the blade can chip or break, do not attempt to cut, hit or chop frozen products or hard bones.
Maintenance:
Since this knife is made from stainless,it will not rusty.
Remark:
For professionals (can be used at home)

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Important Notice

-NOTICE-

Please confirm as following

*do not use the knife in a twisting motion.

*use the correct knife when cutting bone, frozen or hard items.

*note that the images are of the sample products. Colour, wight, pattern and size can differ as each product is handmade.

*use a soft plastic or wooden cutting board to protect the blades edge.

*don't heat or cool rapidly as it may change the structure of the steel.

*don't nesitate to cotact us for further enquiries.

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