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That's quite a bold offer to make but this knife fully backs it up with all the quality of materials, craftsmanship and especially performance that one could ever hope to have. It was made in Solingen, Germany by J.
Henckels and there are several things about it that make it extra special. What's immediately astonishing about the knife is its purely French design, made in what's known as the "Nogent style" for the city of the same name in France. Its blade was entirely hand-forged form carbon steel of the highest quality, as you'd fully expect from any Henckels knife of this vintage, with the knife dating to the early 1900's. It's finely forged blade is thin yet very strong and stout, making it the ideal chef knife in this size. It measures 12-1/8" long overall length, with a 7.25" blade that is 1-5/8 at the hilt.Blade/handle junction is reinforced with a Gernan-silver ferrule at the bolster, and anchored at its pommel with a steel tang-pin. At 4.2 ounces, this is, without a doubt, one of the singularly lightest, most balanced smaller chef knives we've ever had the pleasure to offer and you will truly be thrilled with it if that kind of knife appeals to you--as it surely should. Its blade is stamped, J. Henckels Twinworks, Solingen, Germany, Grand Prize, 100-7", " and date this knife as having been made sometime in the 1920's-30's as a result. It also has an inlaid brass medallion that reads, "Gaylord Boxes, " and I believe it was a promotional item or giveaway for this packaging company And just look at this knife--truly a thing of beauty and a true work of the cutler's art.
Handle was made with a gorgeous ebony of the highest quality, warm to the touch, pleasing to the eye and beautifully preserved. The maximum limit of the knife, however, can only be fully understood in the using.
Its balance in your hand and its relative light weight enables it to speed through your workday in any kitchen, amateur or pro. Julia Child has written extensively about her love of these knives and they are VERY hard to find in any condition, but German examples are FAR less common than their French counterparts and you'll certainly NOT be seeing another one of these anytime soon, especially not in such beautifully perserved condition.
It's been professionally sharpened for this sale and is now RAZOR sharp and ready to show you a whole new world of performance chopping, dicing, mincing. I predict that the first-time user of this knife will be an instant convert for life. A great opportunity for yourself or a lucky loved one on your gift list to acquire an heirloom quality piece that will thrill user and collector alike. A WORD ABOUT MAINTENANCE: Never use a dishwasher. Wash the knife by hand and wipe clean immediately thereafter.
Wipe the knife clean when using it on wet or acidic foods. It WILL rust if not maintained properly. I apply a very thin coat of non-toxic mineral oil to blade and wooden handles periodically, to seal them from ambient moisture in the atmosphere (olive or corn oil will suffice). Our store's inventory is searchable using the search field or may be browsed by clicking on categories, with each option found on the left side of the store's homepage.
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The item "FINE Antique HENCKELS Carbon Steel Nogent-style Chef Knife RAZOR SHARP" is in sale since Saturday, May 18, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Kitchenware\Utensils\Cutlery".The seller is "ralph1396" and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.