Remade in England
Using Upcycled Materials
The steel used for this Petty/utility 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 paring or utility kithen knife is one of most useful knives to have in the kitchen. Due to it's smaller size, pointy tip and thin blade, it can be effective both off the board (in the hand) and on the board.
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.
Turn around is currently 8-12 weeks. This is the quickest way to get your knife.
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