Kershaw Shun Classic Chef's Knife

Kershaw Shun Classic Chef's Knife

2 Ratings | 2 Reviews
$124.95

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Shun pronounced 'shoon' in Japanese, means- 'at the peak of perfection'. Each knife is handmade by skilled specialists and requires at least 100 handcrafted steps to complete one knife. Shun Classic...More

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Shun pronounced 'shoon' in Japanese, means- 'at the peak of perfection'. Each knife is handmade by skilled specialists and requires at least 100 handcrafted steps to complete one knife. Shun Classic knives feature a VG-10 super steel core encased with 32-layers of Damascus stainless steel (16-layers on each side). The Damascus steel supports and protects the core, which provides toughness, and is stain resistant. Each Shun knife provides a Japanese blade angle of 16 degrees . You will enjoy the ease of cutting the thinnest slices without bruising or tearing the most delicate foods while prepping; this ensures the ingredients to stay intact, retain flavor, and stay fresh. The blade is complimented by a D-shaped traditional Japanese handle, made out of ebony PakkaWood. Shun offers a full assortment, so you will always find the right knife for the task. Made in Japan; Lifetime Warranty. Handwashing is recommended.

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ColorMulti
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Light TypeMulticolor
Wedding Decor TypeCake accessories
DiameterLess than 8"
Size6 in.
Artificial Tree Size6
Product TypeKnives

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2 Ratings | 2 Reviews

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  • GREAT KNIFE

    By BIGED  Apr 18, 2012

    BEST KNIFE IN MY DRAW, CUTS GREAT AND STAYS SHARP.

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  • The best knife i own

    By alan  Apr 18, 2012

    ### I was given this knife as a gift over a year ago and have NEVER sharpened it. It has never seen a dishwasher and is rinsed under hot water and stropped on the palm of my hand. It is then stropped dry on a towel. It has stayed sharp for about 18 month...s. A truly wonderful piece of cutlery. Read more Less

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