Lamson 49812 Earth Forged 3″ Kudamono Paring (Sheep’s Foot) Knife

January 24, 2018 - Comment

Established in shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, in 1837, Lamson & good now is the oldest cutlery manufacturer in the United States. For nearly two centuries, the name Lamson has been synonymous with the finest Handcrafted cutlery available. A fusion of artistry and functionality, our knives and kitchen tools are masterfully created to offer an unrivaled, professional-quality

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Established in shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, in 1837, Lamson & good now is the oldest cutlery manufacturer in the United States. For nearly two centuries, the name Lamson has been synonymous with the finest Handcrafted cutlery available. A fusion of artistry and functionality, our knives and kitchen tools are masterfully created to offer an unrivaled, professional-quality Product to expert chefs and home culinary enthusiasts alike.

Product Features

  • The sheep’s foot parer has a blunt tip and straight edged blade for maximum cutting contact with food, it is ideal for slicing and dicing small foods such as garlic, carrots and celery
  • Signature craftsmanship, meticulously handmade in the USA, each of our knives is finished to perfection with proprietary polishing and sharpening processes
  • Unmatched quality, blades forged from the finest high-carbon stainless steel from Solingen, Germany (grade 4116) pair with sleek, sturdy handles of resin-infused ebony
  • Blades are precision forged using the traditional hot-drop method, tempered to the perfect hardness (58a Rockwell), for a harder, sharper blade that is corrosion resistant and highly elastic
  • Full tang blades with triple riveted handles ensure the ideal balance and Weight, a curved and recessed bolster provides a seamless transition from handle to blade, for better control and safety
  • Guaranteed reliability, our sharp for life program supplies a Lifetime of Complimentary professional sharpening on every knife we make

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