An immensely stylish piece of functional artwork, you'll be captivated by the rainbow damascus layering running through the length of this stunning short petty from one of Takefu knife village's most experienced blacksmiths.
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- Blade Length: 101mm (Measurement of the cutting edge)
- Total Length: 225mm (Blade + Handle)
- Blade Thickness: 2.5mm (Measured level with heel)
- Blade Height: 26.3mm (Heel to spine)
- Total Weight: 63 grams
- Steel Type - Cladding: Rainbow Damascus
- Steel Type - Core: Blue Steel #2
This knife is made from a reactive carbon steel which is not stainless and has some special care instructions and properties – Read our carbon steel care guide here
- Left or Right handed: Either
- Hardness: 62-63 (HRC)
- Handle Style: Japanese
- Handle Material: Rosewood with black buffalo horn
Product SKU: 11460
Our aim is to measure and photograph all our products as accurately as possible but due to the handmade nature of many items, please be aware that there may be some variance in the measurements and that things such as blade and knife handle patterns can vary and presentation boxes may differ from those shown but we will always endeavour to provide the most accurate measurements, photos and descriptions of our products.
Some measurements such as HRC are provided by the manufacturer and should therefore be used as a guide.
Compatable saya or guard
We recommend showing this beautiful knife off by storing it on a magnetic rack or block but if you do need to keep it safely out of sight, please note that it comes with a wooden presentation box and cardboard sleeve for the blade inside it already.
If you still need a guard, the petty sized blade guard is the best fit for this knife.
A 3rd generation master blacksmith with more than 50 years experience and one of the founders of Takefu Knife Village, Takeshi Saji continues to craft some of the finest Japanese knives in the world and continues to work on improving his skills and technique to remain at the absolute top of his game.