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Home Products Kiridashi

Kiridashi

by Zubeng

SKU 15400

Date Added 11/05/2010

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $45.00

Overview

This kiridashi is chisel ground and has rattan wrap. Satin finish. 1/8" thickness. Brand new from maker.

Product Details

Overall Length 4.75

Additional Specs

About the Maker

Zubeng

Zubeng knives are handmade by Master Rich Chen (Zubeng), who forges Tamahagane steel using the traditional methods of Japanese swordsmiths. The smelting, folding, forging, heat treating, and hand-polishing of the steel is a long and difficult process. This produces a blade that is extremely sharp and incredibly durable. Master Chen makes and uses this Tamahagane steel for all his swords and knives.

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