In the world of cutlery, there's steel, and then there's Damascus steel. Legendary since the Middle Ages, its now-lost process was used to create the strongest, most beautiful blades in the world. Our kitchen knives are patterned after these blades, made of 67 alternating layers of high carbon steel and stainless steel. Since stainless is harder than high carbon steel, the blade develops a slight serration as it wears, resulting in less need for sharpening and precise, effective cutting.
7-1⁄2" Santoku Knife - Ideal for slicing, dicing, chopping and mincing.
3-3⁄4" Paring Knife - For peeling, paring, small jobs.
Black Pakkawood handles- In the manufacturing industry, Pakkawood is known as one of the best, most durable materials available today. Created by impregnating hardwood with resins, Pakkawood gives you the beautiful and elegant look and feel of wood, but it can never absorb water, warp or crack (like plastic can).
Note: Sharpening angles for the Damascus knives are 26-32 degrees.