Line-up: damast kitchen knives
There are different famous kitchen knife brands that produce damasteel knives. The number of steel layers varies, but the similarity is clear: these knives are stunning. We added four of the best knives to this line-up.
Sakai Takayuki bunka
This Sakai Takayuki bunka knife has a kengata blade. Kengata stands for ‘sword-like’ and refers to the sharply sloping end. The blade has a core made from hard VG-10, encased in 33 layers of damasteel. The side is hammered. This takes care of the unique look and feel.
Nesmuk Exclusive C90 chef's knife
When you look at this Nesmuk Exclusive C90 chef's knife your eye is immediately drawn to the unparalleled damasteel blade. This blade is comprised of a whopping 210 layers of damasteel. The blade has a double-sided hollow grind. As such the edge is extra thin and, as such, razor-sharp.
Böker Damast Olive chef's knife
This Böker Damast Olive Chef's knife has a subtle pattern on the blade that matches the pattern on the wooden handle. The shape of the blade and the lack of the crop make this knife look very Japanese. Combine this elegant style with Japanese craftsmanship and you end up with this stunning chef’s knife.
Kramer by Zwilling Euro Meiji santoku
This Kramer by Zwilling Euro Meiji santoku is absolutely amazing to look at. The blade has a core made from FC61 steel, surrounded by hundreds of layers of steel. Thanks to a special process all knives get their own damast pattern, making each of them unique.
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