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- Order - 185mm ,Forged Geometry ,Gyuto.
Order - 185mm ,Forged Geometry ,Gyuto.
This is to place an order for a Forged Geometry Gyuto, size blade length 180-190mm, height 50-55mm with standard wenge Wa handle as pictured. ( Actual product may vary as they are made to supply)
No custom options are available with this order.
The £8 is a processing fee to take your order and acts as a deposit..... Orders are taken in limited numbers so as I can ensure a good turnaround time. The Price upon completion of this knife is £380 including shipping, by clicking By paying the £8 processing fee you are agreeing to pay £380 upon completion of the knife. If you cancel your order or have ordered by mistake the processing fee is non-refundable.
Forged geometry knives are made completely by hand by William Catcheside AWCB, they are an evolution of a lifetime of forging experience, the knives are laminated from soft steel cladding with a core of super high carbon/tungsten steel, 1.224. The entire profile taper and dramatic geometry is then forged in during several stages under the power hammer, the resulting geometry is the perfect balance of weight and stiffness from a thicker spine, with a very the blade dramatically thinning from the forging into the middle of the knife, this leaves the final low bevel to be ground and stone finished. The combined thinness at the critical point combined with the change in angle into the lower bevel breaks friction, gives amazing release without a feeling of wedging. It is quite rare even in Japan that the geometry is forged to this degree, and all be it in the guise of a humble workhorse, these are my greatest forging achievement, none of my knives will cut better than these. Soft clad san mai, allows easier forging of more dramatic geometry and allows the use of the core steel at full hardness, which you would not dare in or want to maintain in mono steel. These knives are very easy to maintain as you work the whole lower bevel on the stones, which maintains thinness behind the edge throughout the life of the knife.