Shiro Kamo

Custom Shiro Kamo Black Damascus SG2 Gyuto 210 - Dyed quilted maple

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Shiro Kamo

Custom Shiro Kamo Black Damascus SG2 Gyuto 210 - Dyed quilted maple

Sold out

Shiro Kamo is one of the most experienced and respected  blacksmiths and a founding member of Takefu Knife Village. His SG2 knives are sleek and slim, and with black Damascus cladding, they look as sharp as the edge.

SG2 is an awesome high powered steel with extremely long edge retention. The all stainless construction make this an easy to maintain work of art.

 Custom handle is a dyed and stabilized domestic quilted maple

Specs :

  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: 61 layered Stainless Damascus
  • Edge Steel: SG2 Powdered Steel
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: Even
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    Use & Care

    • Do not attempt to cut, hit or chop frozen products or bones. The blade can chip or break with improper use.
    • Hand wash with warm water and towel dry. Never put the knife in a dishwasher, nor soak it in water. Ever!
    • Use a sharpening stone to maintain the sharpness of the blade. 
    • Do not use on hard melons or items that may torque the blade.
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    • Description

    Shiro Kamo is one of the most experienced and respected  blacksmiths and a founding member of Takefu Knife Village. His SG2 knives are sleek and slim, and with black Damascus cladding, they look as sharp as the edge.

    SG2 is an awesome high powered steel with extremely long edge retention. The all stainless construction make this an easy to maintain work of art.

     Custom handle is a dyed and stabilized domestic quilted maple

    Specs :

  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: 61 layered Stainless Damascus
  • Edge Steel: SG2 Powdered Steel
  • HRC: 62-63
  • Edge Grind: Even
  •  

    Use & Care

    • Do not attempt to cut, hit or chop frozen products or bones. The blade can chip or break with improper use.
    • Hand wash with warm water and towel dry. Never put the knife in a dishwasher, nor soak it in water. Ever!
    • Use a sharpening stone to maintain the sharpness of the blade. 
    • Do not use on hard melons or items that may torque the blade.
  •