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Silver Forged 7" Santoku Knife

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Hand crafted in Shelburne Falls, MA, by Lamson & Goodnow, the oldest cutlery manufacturer in the U.S. (1837), the Silver Forged 7" Santoku Knife Knife continues to be a favorite of Stoddard’s customers who want the feel and durability of a kitchen knife handcrafted the old-fashion way.

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$120.00

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Hand crafted in Shelburne Falls, MA, by Lamson & Goodnow, the oldest cutlery manufacturer in the U.S. (1837), the Silver Forged 7” Santoku Knife continues to be a favorite of Stoddard’s customers who want the feel and durability of a kitchen knife handcrafted the old-fashion way. The superior edge retention of each blade is what has established Lamson & Goodnow as true experts in American made kitchen cutlery. In addition, the Silver Forged design has a richly-grained, highly polished, resin-infused Pakkawood handles that are both heat and water resistant. Guaranteed sharp for life, Lamson & Goodnow provides a lifetime of free factory knife sharpening with every knife.

Features

• Made from the finest high-carbon stainless steel from Solingen, Germany

• Each knife is drop-forged, fully hardened and tempered to a Rockwell C 52-55 degrees

• Blades are taper ground with LamsonSharp’s unique beveled edge, then polished and honed by hand

• Full tang with triple nickel silver riveted handles for perfect balance and weight

• Resin-infused Pakkawood handles that are heat and water resistant

• Hand made in the U.S.A.

• Lifetime manufacturer warranty

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Blade Length N/A
Scent N/A
SKU LS39951
Brand No
Country of Manufacture United States
Color Silver

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