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Vintage Serrated Long Chef's Knife~Japan~Plus Other Knives - $19 (Asheville)

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13" Total. Full tang knife. Reads Surgical Stainless Steel and the company brand is 'Household' and reads Japan and Stainless Steel ~ I has a 'full tang' (blade runs to the very end of the knife) and an aperture from which to hang it.
Serrated knife. Long.
The point of using a serrated blade instead of a straight-edge blade (like that of a standard chef's knife) is the serrated blade's ability to bite into foods that are too hard or squishy for straight knives to get a purchase on. The points sink into the food while the scooped-out gullies between them reduce the blade's friction as it moves through the food. Less friction makes it easier for the user to saw back and forth and cut through the food cleanly.
Use on bread, tomatoes, chocolate, cakes and melons.
I also have other knives for sale.

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