K&T Blue Micarta Paring Knife

Blue liners beneath antique micarta sets this piece apart as the only two-tone paring knife from Bryan Raquin to date. The three-layer San Mai used for the blade is handmade, using 145sc "super-clean" high carbon steel at the edge, and outer jackets made from 250+ year old wrought iron salvaged from a French cathedral. A one-of-a-kind knife for the kitchen with a 3.625" blade and 10,000 possible uses. 

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The Story

Designer and blacksmith Bryan Raquin of Kiridashi & Tools has begun designing and building custom chef knives, and we love what he's doing--forging steel, hand-carving handles from wood collected in forests around his hometown in central France. Shaping antique micarta and employing simple pins and clean lines, each knife is made to be used daily, for generations. 

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3.625" blade, 7.5" overall
3-layer San Mai steel with 145sc core. Vintage micarta handle with blue liners.
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