Remade in England
Using Upcycled Materials
The steel used for this kitchen knife is some 60-100 years old, originally being made in Sheffield, world renownd for exceptional quality steel.
It's life has already been lived - it's a discarded vintage engineers file. Used to slowly cut and machine all sorts of metal into shape.
By fire I can forge this material into something entire new that can be lovingly used to prepare food every day.
The Bunka is an excellent general purpose knife for the kitchen. A thin blade ideal for slicing through fruit and veg, with a finer, pointed tip sometimes used for filleting fish and more intricate cuts. The very gradual curve of the edge profile makes it most suitable for push/pull cutting as well as a small amount of rocking for finer herbs.
Note that this knife is made of high carbon steel which unlike ordinary stainless steel knives, will react to it's environment . See my care tips in my FAQ.
Your knife will vary slightly from these photos, due to the nature of using natural & reclaimed materials, but it's function and design will be the same. Your desired size will be requested after checkout.