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Western Knives

Western Knives

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  1. Aka R2 Gyuto (2 Sizes)

    Aka Series R2 Powder Steel Gyuto
  2. Aka R2 Santoku 180mm

    Aka Series R2 High Speed

  3. JKC R2 Cowbone Bunka 180mm JKC R2 Cowbone Bunka 180mm
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    JKC R2 Cowbone Bunka 180mm

    JKC R2 Cowbone Bunka 180mm
  4. JKC R2 Cowbone Gyuto (3 sizes) JKC R2 Cowbone Gyuto (3 sizes)
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    JKC R2 Cowbone Gyuto (3 sizes)

    Gyuto literally translates as ‘cow sword’ and is the Japanese interpretation of a European chef’s knife. Its wide base tapering to an extreme point provides a curved edge, enabling the traditional French roll cutting on the board technique to be performed comfortably. The 180mm is the smallest Gyuto available and is just long enough to fulfil a multitude of home cooking requirements, from medium carving and slicing jobs to the prep of most fruit and vegetables. The curved profile facilitates easy roll cutting on the board. Medium size length is the most popular size for both professionals and experienced cooks looking for a blade long enough to cope with most tasks from slicing, dicing & mincing to filleting, carving and chopping. Large size length is for those comfortable with a long, weightier blade and is often the preferred choice of busy chefs. SPECIAL NOTES: Hand wash only. Not to be used on bone or for ANY kind of twisting or prising. CUT ONLY on wood or HDP. Do not allow Knives to be abused as screwdrivers, tin openers or for any use other than food preparation. ONLY FOR CULINARY USE. Includes: One Free Sharpening
  5. JKC R2 Ironwood Gyuto (3 sizes) JKC R2 Ironwood Gyuto (3 sizes)
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    JKC R2 Ironwood Gyuto (3 sizes)

    The Saji R2 Ironwood Gyuto is probably one of the most desirable chefs' knives money can buy. Gyuto – meaning cow sword, is designed to make light work of slicing, dicing and filleting raw meat and fish. It is the Japanese adaptation of the classic French cooks' knife. This familiar looking blade represents optimal versatility as it tapers from broad base to narrow point allowing efficient contact cutting, slicing and occasional carving. The curved edge profile facilitates easy rolling action. The Gyuto is narrower, making it able to cope with fatty, starchy, oily or any other foods that have a tendency to stick to the side of the blade. If you require the knife to cut more raw / cooked flesh (meat or fish) than vegetables and want to double it up for occasional carving or only use/prefer a classic western style shape, then the Gyuto is ideal. SPECIAL NOTES: Not to be used on bone or for ANY kind of twisting or prising. CUT ONLY on wood or HDP. Do not allow Knives to be abused as screwdrivers, tin openers or for any use other than food preparation. ONLY FOR CULINARY USE. Includes: One Free Sharpening

  6. JKC R2 Ironwood Santoku 180mm JKC R2 Ironwood Santoku 180mm
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    JKC R2 Ironwood Santoku 180mm

    Santoku literally translates as ‘three benefits’ – slicing, dicing and mincing of vegetables, meat and fish and is the classic Japanese chefs’ knife shape. This shape is now becoming a byword for anyone looking for a Japanese style blade. With a wide blade with a relatively straight edge this is the perfect knife for general food preparation. In a professional kitchen this shape is best for the prep, garnish and vegetable sections. In profile, the blade is straight for about 60% of the edge and then curves softly to the tip. The breadth of this gently curved blade is ideally suited for resting against the knuckle for total control and speed as well as complete safety when chopping straight down using the very back of the knife for grater like mincing of garlic, ginger etc.

  7. Miyabi 5000 MCD Gyuto (2 sizes)

    Gyuto literally translates as ‘cow sword’ and is the Japanese interpretation of a European chef’s knife. Its wide base tapering to an extreme point provides a curved enabling the traditional French roll cutting on the board techniqe to be performed comfortably. The 200mm is the most popular size for both professionals and experienced cooks looking for a blade long enough to cope with most tasks from slicing, dicing & mincing to filleting, carving and chopping. The 240mm length is for those comfortable with a long blade weightier blade and is often the preferred partner of busy chefs.

    SPECIAL NOTES: Not to be used on bone or for ANY kind of twisting or prising. CUT ONLY on wood or HDP. Do not allow Knives to be abused as screwdrivers, tin openers or for any use other than food preparation. ONLY FOR CULINARY USE.

  8. Miyabi 5000 MCD Santoku 180mm

    Santoku literally translates as ‘three benefits’ – slicing, dicing and mincing - and is the shape of a traditional Japanese chef’s knife. The breadth of the Santoku and its gently curved profile make this an ideal tool for speed cutting against knuckle. This technique provides safe comfortable cutting action ONLY when the fingertips are clawed well away from the edge with the blade resting on knuckle. This most versatile blade makes an ideal main knife for those who cut more fruit and vegetables, with occasional meat and fish preparation.

    SPECIAL NOTES: Not to be used on bone or for ANY kind of twisting or prising. CUT ONLY on wood or HDP. Do not allow Knives to be abused as screwdrivers, tin openers or for any use other than food preparation. ONLY FOR CULINARY USE.

  9. Miyabi 5000MCD 67 Gyuto 200mm

    MIYABI 5000MCD 67 Gyutoh, 20cm blade. This Japanese gyutoh, or chef's knife, has a MicroCarbide powder steel core which gives extremely good sharpness and cutting edge retention. It has 132 outer layers of steel which surround the core and make up the unique Damascus-design pattern on the blade. The cutting edge is Honbazuke-honed and symmetrical (not single bevel), so can be used by those both right and left-handed. There is no finger guard so the whole length of the cutting edge can be used. The black Ash wood handle sits comfortably in the hand, allowing firm control and tireless working. As with anything this special, care should be taken. It's recommended to hand wash only, maintain and sharpen on a whetstone and using glass, ceramic or stone cutting boards should be avoided. Extremely hard MicroCarbide powder steel blade core 132 layers of steel surrounding the core create the Damascus-design CRYODUR ice-hardened for extreme hardness Rockwell hardness of approximately 66 Symmetrical cutting edge Wooden handle Steel end-cap and handle mosaic pin Made by MIYABI in Japan
  10. Miyabi 5000MCD 67 Santoku 180mm

    MIYABI 5000MCD 67 Santoku, 18cm blade. This Japanese santoku has an extremely hard MicroCarbide powder steel core for excellent cutting edge retention and sharpness. Santoku is the best-selling Japanese blade shape and the name translates as "Three Virtues", these being meat, fish and vegetables. The flat cutting edge lends itself to a chopping motion rather than the rocking cutting movement of European chef's knives. The blade core is surrounded by 132 outer layers of steel which make up the unique Damascus-design pattern on the blade. The cutting edge is Honbazuke-honed and symmetrical (not single bevel), so can be used by those both right and left-handed. There is no finger guard so the whole length of the cutting edge can be used. The black Ash wood handle sits comfortably in the hand, allowing firm control and tireless working. As with anything this special, care should be taken. It's recommended to hand wash only, maintain and sharpen on a whetstone and using glass, ceramic or stone cutting boards should be avoided. Extremely hard MicroCarbide powder steel blade core 132 layers of steel surrounding the core create the Damascus-design CRYODUR ice-hardened for extreme hardness Rockwell hardness of approximately 66 Symmetrical cutting edge Wooden handle Steel end-cap and handle mosaic pin Made by MIYABI in Japan
  11. Miyabi 5000MCD Rocking Santoku

    Miyabi 5000MCD Rocking Santoku with an 18cm blade. MC63 steel core - 101 total layers CRYODUR ice-hardened blade Honbazuke hand-honed edge Masur Birch D-shaped handle Mosaic pin in handle MIYABI logo end cap For best results wash by hand Made by MIYABI in Seki, Japan
  12. Miyabi 5000MCD set of 2 Miyabi 5000MCD set of 2
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    Miyabi 5000MCD set of 2

    The MIYABI 5000MCD series of knives combine perfect functionality and ergonomics with a unique design. Each individual knife is an authentic masterpiece made in Seki City, Japan using traditional Japanese craftsmanship in synergy with modern technology and materials to create a blade of the highest quality that is unmatched by any other commercially produced knife. The extremely hard core of Micro Carbide MC63 powder steel is encased in 100 layers of steel of two different grades of hardness. A special blade treatment alters the surface structure of every layer, giving each blade its individual pattern and then given its authentic Japanese Honbazuke honing by hand. The tempering process results in a central core hardness of 63 HRC after final quenching. Each knife has a unique Katana cutting edge, a visible sign of master craftsmanship that is reminiscent of the blades of Japanese swords. Traditionally, these swords received their individual Hamon, the line dividing the less hard blade body from the extremely hard cutting edge, by hand. Each handle is made of top-quality Masur Birch and is totally unique. The structure of the wood out of which the handle has been crafted is revealed through the interplay of lines and stripes. The warmth of the natural wood contrasts attractively with the steel blade. A mosaic pin and decorative end cap provide the finishing touches to this sophisticated look.

    Regular Price: £688.00

    Special Price £619.20

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