Damascus Gyo knives | SHAN ZU

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GYO Series 7-piece Knife SetBloc de couteaux Damas 7-Pcs | SHAN ZU GYO
7-Pcs Damascus Knife Block | SHAN ZU-GYO
€289.00 €309.00
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 (1)
Couteau de chef Damas 8" | SHAN ZU Gyo
8" Damascus chef's knife | SHAN ZU Gyo
€66.80 €83.50
Rating: 4.84 out of 5 (19)
Couteau Santoku Damas 7" | SHAN ZU Gyo
7" Damascus Santoku Knife | SHAN ZU Gyo
€66.80 €83.50
Rating: 4.89 out of 5 (19)
Couteau d'office Damas 3.75" | SHAN ZU Gyo
3.75" Damascus paring knife | SHAN ZU Gyo
€33.20 €41.50
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 (9)
SHAN ZU Couteau utilitaire Damas 6" | Série GYO
SHAN ZU 6" Damascus Utility Knife | GYO Series
€38.60 €48.30
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 (1)

About SHAN ZU Damascus kitchen knives

Gyo means shark's teeth, the same sharpness as the collection of these knives. Its unusual design proves its sharp edges for all those who want to have knives that are a little more professional. The knives fit perfectly in all hands, large or small, and allow long and comfortable cutting and peeling. This collection should be found in the kitchen of professionals and demanding amateurs alike.

Is Damascus steel good for kitchen knives?

Yes, Damascus steel is ideal for kitchen knives! It is solid and holds the edge well.

The steel of Damascus was the forged steel of the blades of swords forged in the Near East from ingots of Wootz steel, imported from the south of India or manufactured in production centers in Sri Lanka or Khorasan, Iran. These swords are characterized by distinctive patterns of bands and marbling reminiscent of flowing water, sometimes in the shape of a "ladder" or "rose". These blades were said to be sturdy, resistant to shattering, and capable of being sharpened to a durable edge.