Knife 235 "Meig's Point" San Mai Kitchen
This beautiful kitchen knife features a hand-forged san mai (layered steel with a hard inner core) blade featuring a Hitachi blue steel core. The Design of this knife is named after Meig's Point beach at Hammonasset state park. The hand dimpled spine represents the glacial boulders on the beach and the san mai layers represent the ocean waves as they crash on shore.
The handle is 400 year-old Dyer Oak burl, which was cut from the largest known Oak burl to ever come out of the Northwest, that weighed in at a colossal 28,900 lbs! (Dyer Oak burl photo, courtesy of Cook Woods).
Blade is a razor sharp 5-3/4" and the overall length of the knife is 11-1/2".
Bolster is black water buffalo horn with blue and white spacers.
A one-of-a-kind piece of art for your kitchen.
• Hand forged, Hitachi blue 16 layer san mai steel blade
• 5.75 inch razor sharp edge
• 400 year old Dyer oak burl handle.
• Water Buffalo horn guard
• Blue and white fiber spacers
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