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LamsonSharp Vintage Premier 6" BD-1 Steel Chef's Knife, Morado Wood Handle - 56008

Part Number: LA56008
Manufacturer: Lamson Kitchen Cutlery


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LA56008: Lamson Sharp Vintage Premier 6" Chef's Knife
This superb line of kitchen knives is entirely made in the USA and uses the best materials. The 6" Chef's Knife is a staple of every kitchen and is a necessity for chopping vegetables, mincing herbs and slicing fruit.

Super Alloy American Steel with a 60HRC blade for superior edge retention. State of the art salt heat treat with double temper and cryogenic phase which results in ultra fine grain structure of the steel to produce a stronger, and more durable material for the blade. Vintage design has richly-grained Morado exotic wood handle, epoxied and polished. Hand Crafted in the 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.
  • Super alloy American BD-1 steel with 60 Rockwell for superior edge retention.
  • Double tempered with cryogenic phase maximizes the hardness of this premier blade, resulting in a structurally stronger, more durable edge.
  • This Vintage design has a richly-grained Morado wood handle.
  • This Morado exotic wood from the mahogany family is contoured with palm swell for added comfort.
  • Handcrafted and glaze polished by Vintage Craftsmen.
  • Full tang with double brass rivets for durability.
  • Blade Length: 6" 
  • Blade Steel: BD-1
  • Overall Length: 11-1/4"
  • Handle Material: Morado Wood
  • Weight: 5.0 oz.
  • Made in the USA

UPC Code: 082498560082

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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.