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LamsonSharp USA 5 inch Rosewood Forged Utility Knife - Plain Edge - 39715

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Part Number: LA39715
Manufacturer: Lamson Kitchen Cutlery
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LA39715: Rosewood Forged Cutlery - 5" Utility

LamsonSharp™ Rosewood key features:
  • Made from the finest high-carbon stainless steel from Solingen, Germany: Grade 4116
  • Precision forged from a single piece of steel
  • Hardened and tempered to the perfect 58° Rockwell
  • Full tang blades
  • Natural Rosewood handles with mineral oil finish that provides a comfortable non-slip grip
  • Triple riveted handles for perfect balance and weight
  • Brass rivets
  • Taper-ground blades that are polished, hand-edged and honed
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in USA
About LamsonSharp™
Lamson & Goodnow, maker of LamsonSharp™ cutlery, is the oldest cutlery manufacturer in the United States. Lamson & Goodnow was established in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts in 1837, and rapidly became the premier cutler in the United States.

But as the American passion for home and hearth grew, so did Lamson & Goodnow.

In 1999, Lamson & Goodnow purchased TreeSpirit™, a company that handcrafts professional-quality hardwood cutting boards, bowls, kitchen utensils, and kitchen care products.

HotSpot™ silicone for the home was added to the Lamson & Goodnow family of brands in 2002. Unusual at the time, silicone is now regarded as a staple of the modern kitchen for its high heat resistance, superior flexibility, and nonstick properties.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
Wood Handles
Wood Handles
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.
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Feb 27, 2016
Pros: Construction, Durability, Overall Quality, Material Quality, Design
Cons: None
Steel is very good
I bought mine back when they were under $50, and it's been a very good knife. I like stainless in the commercial world and carbon at home, basically. I moved to rural Arizona and carried this on a belt sheath for six years
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