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Kasumi Damascus Knives are made in Japan, in Seki the traditional home of the ancient Japanese swordsmiths. Kasumi Damascus knives, as the name suggests are made in the Damascene method, where layers of steel are hammered together.

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Kasumi knives have 32 layers in their constuction. Only the middle layer acts as the cutting edge, and it is made using V-Gold No. 10 stainless steel. The layers on both sides of the V-Gold No. 10 core are made by repeatedly folding together two different types of stainless steel and forge welding them by hand until you have sixteen exceedingly thin alternating layers.

Made from V-Gold high carbon steel, Kasumi Damascus Knives are well balanced with full-tang construction with a riveted laminated wood handle. The handles of the Kasumi Damascus 3" Paring Knife are made from multiple layers of wood impregnated with a plastic resin. Hand wash only, Kasumi Damascus knives are best sharpened on a whetstone.

Kasumi Damascus Knives are used by celebrity chef James Martin - See them on his TV programs.