Handmade Nakiri Knife Hand Forged Steel Tiger Dragon Pattern Blade Carved Dragon Brass Rosewood Handle
This is a handmade kitchen knife, perfectly designed for professional chefs and home use. It is made in Longquan, a city with thousands of year’s history of blade forging, and carefully polished and sharpened. The knife is equipped with a high-quality blade and a beautiful Carved Brass Handle for a long lifetime.
|Handle Material||Brass & Rosewood|
|Blade Material||5Cr15MOV Steel|
|Surface Process||Manual Polishing|
|Packaging||Beautiful Gift Box|
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Customers in Victoria (Australia) must have a “prohibited weapons permit” or an exemption to purchase a Katana; please refer to our Katana Legal Statement for more information. A transaction fee may apply if the customer requests a refund because of the above issue.
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