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Cuppacumbalong Butcher Knife

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This is a butcher knife in a traditional 19th century Australian country house pattern. It is a heavy duty chopper and slicer with a razor sharp blade that delivers unsurpassed cutting and slicing performance. The scimitar blade profile allows this knife to cleanly slice thin ingredients with great ...Read more
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This is a butcher knife in a traditional 19th century Australian country house pattern. It is a heavy duty chopper and slicer with a razor sharp blade that delivers unsurpassed cutting and slicing performance. The scimitar blade profile allows this knife to cleanly slice thin ingredients with great finesse, whilst the grind geometry and handle ergonomics create a knife that deftly works with thick cuts of any meat. An unarguably excellent BBQ and butchery knife.

It is hand-made from 3.4mm thick 1075 Carbon Steel heat-treated to a hardness of 59 HRC. It features an elegant hand-forged hanging hook that stays well away from your wrist during use, but facilitates easy storage when you’re done cooking.

A standout feature of this knife are the handle scales, which are carved from 150 year old Blakely’s Red Gum (Eucalyptus blakelyi) reclaimed from fence posts at Cuppacumbalong Homestead. Blakely’s Red Gum saw prominent use in construction during the pioneer era, and the fence-line from which this timber was reclaimed dates to works conducted at Cuppacumbalong in the 1870’s along the Murrumbidgee river in Tharwa.

This is a superior knife with an intense connection to an iconic Australian homestead. Not only does this utensil incorporate reclaimed material from Cuppacumbalong Homestead, but it was handmade in situ by bladesmiths from Tharwa Valley Forge at their Cuppacumbalong workshop.

Free tracked shipping via Australia Post anywhere in Australia.

1075
365 mm
220 mm
105 mm
225 g
Brand: Tharwa Valley ForgeTharwa Valley Forge

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