KAI TDM Kiritsuke Anniversary Edition XI 5555 pieces worldwide TDM-1783

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KAI Serie SHUN PREMIER ANNIVERSARY EDITION XI Kiritsuke chef's knife 20 cm Article No. TDM-1783

total length 34,0 cm
blade length 20,0 cm equals 8 inch 
Blade material VG-10 steel core, 32 layers Damascus steel forged, hammer finish satin finish, stainless steel
hardness 61 Rockwell
handle length 12,0 cm
handle material pakka wood with matt walnut look in asian chestnut shape
Special feature anniversary edition, Tsuchime hammer finish, serial number on bolster, Tim Mälzer signature on blade, full tang construction, manual honing
Right hand knife
weight 265 gram
Manufacturer KAI, Japan
Committed to hand wash only
Limited edition of 5555 pieces worldwide with serial number
Search words chef's knife, damask knife, collector's knife, limited edition 

KAI Series SHUN PREMIER ANNIVERSARY EDITION XI for the 11th anniversary with Tim Mälzer. It's time.
Five euros of the sale price of each knife will go to a charitable project that Mr. Mälzer will have chosen in agreement with KAI by the time sales begin in April.
The word "Heiermann" probably comes from Hebrew, where each letter is assigned a number. So the 5 to the letter "He." It first denoted a 5-mark piece, then the 5-euro bill. The "Heiermännchen" as a diminutive stood for the value of a 50-penny piece. 
There is no need to "slit" a piggy bank too far - which is what the word KIRITSUKE means - but we know how much the big TV cooks have had to suffer the last few months. And the little cooks have no pig at all, with or without slit.
The processing of the cutting edge in "Tsuchime" with hammered look that the cutting material does not stick to the surface of the blade. Functionally, it is the same as a scalloped edge. The resulting air cushions prevent adhesion, i.e. sticking together. The hammer finish shows a satin surface, the cutting edge is polished to a high gloss. Tim Mälzer's signature on the blade is not washable.
The XI stands Roman for the number 11, the anniversary of Tim's previous collaboration with KAI after Struppi.
Not to be confused with Xi, which is a Chinese man rampaging through Hong Kong with a hammer blow.
© Erda Spitz of Findig

Never takes orders raw, but quite gladly
Susann Frécôt

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