Nickel Damascus knife
Hammered Nickel Damascus Ginsan Okeya Kiritsuke Santoku knife 165mm
Hammered Nickel Damascus Ginsan Okeya Kiritsuke Santoku knife 165mm
Hammered Nickel Damascus Ginsan Okeya Kiritsuke Santoku knife 165mm
Hammered Nickel Damascus Ginsan Okeya Kiritsuke Santoku knife 165mm
Hammered Nickel Damascus Ginsan Okeya Kiritsuke Santoku knife 165mm
Hammered Nickel Damascus Ginsan Okeya Kiritsuke Santoku knife 165mm
Hammered Nickel Damascus Ginsan Okeya Kiritsuke Santoku knife 165mm
Hammered Nickel Damascus Ginsan Okeya Kiritsuke Santoku knife 165mm
Hammered Nickel Damascus Ginsan Okeya Kiritsuke Santoku knife 165mm
Hammered Nickel Damascus Ginsan Okeya Kiritsuke Santoku knife 165mm

Hammered Nickel Damascus Ginsan Okeya Kiritsuke Santoku knife 165mm

Regular price $159.80 $0.00

An Elegant, Alluring and Beautiful Damascus Santoku Knife
In addition to its shape that echoes the continuity of a Japanese kiritsuke knife, it is also a beautiful knife with a Hammered Damascus-finish.

This is a new touch Japanese knife, in which the material is Yasuki silver-3 steel, which is rust-resistant, using the same manufacturing processes as conventional Japanese knives. We recommended Japanese type knife, because which are high grade material and corrosion-resistant steel.

-- Size -- approx
Blade length 165mm, Blade width 33 to 46mm, Blade thickness 2.5 to 1.7 mm, Total length 248mm, Tang length 68mm, Tang width 12.5mm, 105g *from ago to tang end length 80mm

-- Material --
*Blade: Core: Blade:Yasuki Silver-3 steel, Base: Nickel and SUS420J2
(corrosion-resistant steel)
 *heat treated and Sharp edged blade
(double edged and fine edged by craftman)
*Handle: none
HRC: 62 to 63 hand forged

*Black smith: Yasuhiko Fujiwara
*Blade attacher, Damascus Finish: Akihito Fujiwara, son of Yasuhiko 
Note: Damascus finish blade has some slight scratch line on the blade.
*Made in Japan
*Price is include a knife

Yasuhiko Fujiwara focus to make strong blade
The blade is hammered at room temperature for a long time. Through this process, the particles within the metal become finer, giving the knife strength. It is an important process before tempering.



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