Ceramic 5" Chef Knife Blank White
Knives must be sharp to cut properly, especially kitchen knives. Anyone who's ever used a kitchen knife to "squish" a tomato understands this point very well. Leave the hassles of sharpening behind...
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- Ceramic blade
- Incredible slicing ability
- Come sharp and stay sharp almost forever
- Blade and instructions
- Add your own handle design to personalize this knife
I would buy again
It is the 2nd one Ive made. I would make it again.
Edge chips touching other items. drop it and it is broken.
Blades not identical
The one item of note is that I bought 2 blades at the same time but they were slightly different sizes. I made blanks and sheaths using the first blade as a template only to discover that the second blade (and tang) was slightly taller and thicker. Not too much trouble for the scales since I simple had to enlarge the cutout a little. However, I had already roughed out the shape of the sheath and there wasn't enough material left to make the cutout taller. Aside from that one issue, I like the blades for gifts. Next time, however, I'll use each blade individually as a template.
I have made four of these ceramic knives by ordering the blanks and making custom handles for them. An easy project that makes a great gift.
For kitchen and collector
Not only very handy in the kitchen, but friends now want me to make them one once they see & use it.
Never a Dull Knife
Making them as gifts for friends & family. Wife loves a sharp knife at the ready!
Superb blade! Great knife kit
Another great knife kit from Woodcraft. Using native black cherry from our farm I created a one-of-a-kind custom piece of kitchen cutlery. This is an excellent kitchen tool.
Very good knife blade
Making a handle was not difficult. The blade is scary sharp and will probably stay that way. We are taking special care not to chip the fine edge by banging it sideways because re-sharpening might be very difficult. It is wonderful to use and great for things like slicing tomatoes.