Gyuto "WINTER" Japanese Style Kitchen Knife.
Author's work knife maker George Waugh, single copy 1\1 (France, 2021).
This Gyuto kitchen knife is a rare example of the author's solution for the classic Gyuto knife.
It is a universal chef knife, with double-sided sharpening and a shorter, wider blade. It's equally good for vegetables, fish and meat. The light weight of the blade provides maximum ease of use, which is suitable for both men and women.
The blade is made of hand forged set steel, with a zone hardened working edge, which makes it strong and has a long lasting ability to hold the sharpening (Kirenaga).
- The handle is made of Stabilized Masur Birch and Mammoth Molar Tooth.
The shape of the handle is classic Japanese octahedron.
Installation of the blade is horsed deaf "Narrow Tang".
- The Blade is made of laminated steel:
Center - K340 Böhler
+ AISI 420 Stainless Steel
+ AISI 321 Stainless Steel
Steel hardness: 60-63 HRC
Total length: 350 mm \ 13,8"
Blade thickness: 3,5 mm \ 0,13"
Blade length: 220 mm \ 8,6"
Blade width: 50 mm \ 1,9"
Total weight of the knife: 207 gr \ 7,3 oz.