Boker Damascus Black Paring Knife 3.75" Blade, Pakkawood Handles - 130410DAM
BO130410DAM: Boker Damascus Black | 3.75" Paring Knife
A Boker Damascus Black has unmistakable style. As long as it's in the right hands.
BOKER DAMASCUS BLACK
The elegance of a sports car depends on the driver. Whether a business suit shows character depends on the person who wears it. And whether a Boker Damascus Black can play a leading role is not only amatter of the blade.
The kitchen knife series Boker Damascus Black combines traditional Japanese handle shapes made out of black Pakkawood (laminated wood) with razor sharp blades made of stainless Damascus with 37 layers, displaying an extremely beautiful structure.
Prolonged edge retention is a result of the blade core made out of the high performance steel, VG-10. The sharpness in use is breathtaking and makes cooking and preparing food an enjoyable experience.
The traditional Japanese design of the handle meeting the matte finished stainless steel collar gives this series its individual character. Boker Damascus Black means cooking with style!
We offer seven practical sizes and shapes for every cutting chore in the kitchen. Delivered in an attractive presentation box.
Give Boker Damascus Black a try, and make your food preparation truly enjoyable.
Did you know... that the cultures in Asia of the 7th century viewed the Europeans as Barbarians because they used their swords as eating utensils?
- Handmade kitchen knives in a traditional Japanese design.
- Stainless Damascus with 37 layers.
- Extremely sharp with an extraordinarily hard blade core made of VG-10 steel.
- Handles made of Japanese Pakkawood with a very comfortable design.
- Blade Length: 3.75"
- Thickness: 2.4 mm
- Overall Length: 8"
- Weight: 1.7 oz.
- Item No. 130410DAM
- Made in Solingen, Germany
UPC Code: 788857011379
One of the older steel Capitals of the World: Solingen, Germany produces some of the best Kitchen knives and straight razors money can buy.
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.
A layered steel that can be either carbon or stainless. The finished blade is acid etched to give it a unique design. Damascus is known for its toughness, and edge holding capabilities.