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Chef's Knives - Unique in the Shun Classic line with its 22 degree cutting angle instead of 16 degrees, the Shun Classic Western Cook's Knife provides more power for prepping larger, thick foods including stew meat, squash and cauliflower. One of the most popular knives in the kitchen, 8-inch chef's knife is versatile for chopping, dicing and slicing or rocking cuts. The Shun proprietary VG-MAX “super steel“ core blade with 68 outer layers (34 per side) of stainless steel Damascus Cladding protect the cutting core. Stain and rust resistant, the Damascus-clad chef's knife features a razor sharp beveled edge for superior cutting performance. The ebony PakkaWood handle is infused with a water resistant resin and contours to comfortably nestle in the hand. The beautiful Shun Classic Western cook's knife takes at least 100 handcrafted steps to complete and resembles hand-forged knives of ancient Japan.Shun (pronounced: Shoon) is Japanese for “at the peak of perfection.“ The preemine - Specifications Made in Japan Material: proprietary VG-MAX “super steel“ center core with 68 outer layers of high-carbon steel; ebony Pakkawood Model: DM0766 Size: 8“L blade (13 1/2“ with handle) Weight: 8 oz. Care and Use Your Shun Classic Western cook's knife should be hand washed. Simply wipe clean with a wet cloth and dishwashing detergent. Rinse thoroughly and dry immediately. Dry from the knife handle toward tip of the blade. To prevent slight tarnishing, be sure to remove acidic foods (lemon, mustard, ketchup, etc.) from the blade after use. If blade should show some signs of staining, clean with a nonabrasive metal polish. Use the Shun knife only on wood or plastic cutting boards. Never cut with the knife on stone, glass or metal. Occasionally, your Shun Classic knife may require professional sharpening to maintain the razor-sharp cutting edge. Shun will sharpen your knife for free, you simply pay for postage. Visit
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