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Sale by Random Draw

This knife will be sold through random draw. If you want to buy this knife, you have to register to my newsletter. I will make a  random draw of all the people registered and who subscribed to the form (link is given inside newsletter). I will then select the person who will buy this knife by random draw.


This system allows my customers to acquire one of my knives without having the pressure to be the fastest. Please don't participate if you're not committed to buy that knife.

The price is shipping out and case out.
The winner of the draw commits
themself to buy the knife.

Random draw time is 05/12/2023, 6PM UTC+1 (french hour)



Nakiri, Nijiru line​

Forged in San Mai "dirty" wrought iron on the sides and 135Cr3 steel on the cutting edge.

Stone shaped and stone polished bevels, finished with Japanese natural stone Kasabori (a fine Ikarashi in the 4/5k range).

Blade length is 190mm, 52mm height at heel, 4-1.2mm thickness on spine, 193 grams.
The handle is octagonal, made of chesnut burl.

A beautiful rectangle full of character with an overall rustic esthetic. This wrought iron was particularly complicated to work with, at the limit of being unusable because of a big slag vein.. A bit of luck and I was able to make this kitchen knife, the slag vein was ground, grinding the bevels. The texture is one of the most beautiful that I have been able to work with beautiful white veins (harder than the rest) inserted into the structure of the wrought iron. This knife specialized in cutting vegetables is one of my favorite shapes: its simplicity is its strength and behind its simplicity lies a precise, efficient and pleasant tool to use. 

Price: 620 euros
The price is indicated excluding shipping costs and case.
The winner of the draw agrees to purchase the knife.​

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