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Straight on view of a rough hewn flat tipped metal knife thank kinks to a wooden handle with an X on it.
A person in a green top holding a metal knife cutting bread on a wood cutting board in the background a salt grinder, lemon half, and a salad in a bowl.
A hand holding a rough hewn metal knife with a flat tip and a kink bend to the handle.
Overhead view of a half cut loaf of bread on a cutting board, with a rough hewn flat tipped knife flat on the right.
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Exclusive #57 Bread Knife

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This Non-Serrated Bread Knife cuts through soft and crusty bread alike, with true ease. Serrated bread knives tear through material. Master Shin's non-serrated bread knife relies solely on its sharpness to move through the bread, resulting in a much smoother cut. 

Created in a South Korean city known for its tools, Shin was established there in 1845 and is the oldest blacksmith in Korea. Master Shin In-Young created over 300 different knives and tools using repurposed railroad track and an X banding technique which in Korea was reserved to note a high-quality knife from lesser factory-made models.


Item Number: 18473

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This Non-Serrated Bread Knife cuts through soft and crusty bread alike, with true ease. Serrated bread knives tear through material. Master Shin's non-serrated bread knife relies solely on its sharpness to move through the bread, resulting in a much smoother cut. 

Created in a South Korean city known for its tools, Shin was established there in 1845 and is the oldest blacksmith in Korea. Master Shin In-Young created over 300 different knives and tools using repurposed railroad track and an X banding technique which in Korea was reserved to note a high-quality knife from lesser factory-made models.


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