Classic paring knife
At Fusion, we are asked a question quite frequently, “Which are the two most essential knives I should have?” Undoubtedly, we always have the same answer: A Chef’s knife and a paring knife. Almost everyone understands that a handmade knife is essential in the kitchen.
- Handmade Damascus steel blade
- Ergonomic wood & bone handle
- Multipurpose use
- Highly recommended by top chefs
- Sharp pointed tip
Why is handmade knife so important?
However, the choice of paring knives as one of the two critical cutting tools surprises many. Many people are not familiar with the diverse uses of a paring knife. Once you cut meat into smaller pieces, this knife is used to trim fat from the meat or fillet a small fish. Similarly, it is suitable for ‘deveining’ prawns.
Moving on to vegetables, you use the paring knife to peel and slice potatoes and herbs. Therefore the handmade knife is perfect for dicing, chopping, garnishing, peeling, and slicing. Hence, the knife that may seem small is an excellent all-rounder.
Moreover, the Paring Knife has diverse uses. For example, you can use it to remove seeds, carve fruits, and check the tenderness of the meat. Indeed, not all paring knives are created equal.
A handmade knife is every chef’s dream because of its durability and excellent specifications. Hence, our experienced craftsmen of 20 years make it with utmost dedication. Moreover, they make sure to use quality materials.
This knife made from Damascus steel with 50-55 hardness. Therefore, it is vital and beautiful, as it has an intricate twisted ladder pattern. Finally, this paring knife has a hand-carved 4-inch hand, made from American wood and camel bone.
Manufacturing Method: Handmade
Blade Material: Razor-Sharp, Damascus Steel
Handle Material: American Wood and Camel Bone, Half Tang
Hardness: 50-55 HRC
Blade Length: 4 inch
Handle Length: 4 inch
Overall Length: 8 inch
Knife Weight: 173g