Introducing Damascus cleaver
Bring out that black piece of meat from the fridge. Now put a regular knife next to it. Do you see the difference? We know I just heard a yes. That’s why you need big and sturdy cutlery for it. Therefore, we have a Damascus cleaver for you. It can handle your huge piece of meat to a tiny lemon.
The Knife from Head to Toe
Starting from the blade of the Damascus cleaver, it’s long and razor-sharp. It has about 256 layers of the legendary Damascus steel. Moreover, its hardness is 50-55 HRC to make the edge sturdy. The manufacturing method of this knife is hammering and forging. It’s an ancient method used by professional craftsmen. Furthermore, the handle of this beautiful cleaver is wood with full tang. You also can see a hole in the handle. That’s there so you can hang it on your kitchen wall. It can dry there easily, and it would be easier to access it.
The Damascus cleaver has an overall size of 11″, the blade size is approximately 6″, and the handle length is approx. 5. Therefore, this is the best size for a cleaver. Cooks use the cleaver to cut the meat in a single sweep. Furthermore, they use it to chop and dice faster because of its wide blade.
A Win, Win Situation
In addition, this piece of cutlery is a treat for both home and professional cooks. Home cooks find this knife a more flexible option than regular knives since it has more room to chop. In contrast, chefs can cut mighty kitchen ingredients with it. Hence, it’s a win, win for all.
Manufacturing Method: Hammered and Forged
Blade Material: Razor-Sharp, Damascus Steel
Handle Material: Dollar Wood, Full Tang
Hardness: 50-55 HRC
Blade Length: 6 inch
Handle Length: 5 inch
Overall Length: 11 inch
Knife Weight: 204g