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The Sheffield Butcher Knife

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Overall length of the knife is 11.81". With an 8" blade and a 3.81" handle.

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The blade is carbon steel with 50 -52 HRC.

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The Sheffield Butcher Knife

Our Sheffield Butcher Knife is the proper tool for breaking down a brisket or separating flank and sirloin, for anyone serious about working with meat. John Nowill & Sons was established in 1700 in England's knifemaking capital, and our Butcher Knife pattern dates back to a 19th-century fur trader design, no doubt used for quartering fresh game while afield.

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Our Sheffield Butcher Knife is the proper tool for breaking down a brisket or separating flank and sirloin, for anyone serious about working with meat. John Nowill & Sons was established in 1700 in England's knifemaking capital, and our Butcher Knife pattern dates back to a 19th-century fur trader design, no doubt used for quartering fresh game while afield.

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Our Sheffield Butcher Knife is the proper tool for breaking down a brisket or separating flank and sirloin, for anyone serious about working with meat. John Nowill & Sons was established in 1700 in England's knifemaking capital, and our Butcher Knife pattern dates back to a 19th-century fur trader design, no doubt used for quartering fresh game while afield. The tip of the blade carries extra weight for a hefty strike while working through bone or connective tissue, while the 8" length delivers clean, even slices when butterflying steaks. Made of carbon steel, the blade is tempered to a moderate hardness for added durability and resistance to chipping out, yet maintains sufficient sharpness. The steel-pinned beechwood handle is hardy and dense, wearing well in a kitchen setting, even when things get a little bloody. Our Sheffield Butcher Knife is an essential tool for anyone who works with whole-animal processing or keeps a freezer stocked with large cuts that require some time on the block before hitting the flame.

Specs
  • 8" Blade
  • 3.81" Handle
  • 11.81" Overall
  • Scimitar blade style
  • 50 - 52 HRC
  • Ground edge profile
Materials
  • Carbon steel
  • Beechwood handle
  • Steel rivets
Origin
  • Made in the UK