Daovua Pipeline Steel Steak Knife. Now who wouldn’t want to cut their perfectly cooked, sizzling steak with a blade made from an recycled pipeline steel? Tell that your friend who is not into knives and they will surely think you mad!
We discovered Daovua, a Vietnamese company, just over a year ago. And while their first blades could best be described as project knives, input from our customers and us, and the blacksmith’s willingness to listen and learn, has resulted in a huge improvement in quality.
The kurouchi finish is very smooth and long lasting. The grinding is really sophisticated. And the handle is really well made and quite lovely to hold. These are very acceptable knives with surprisingly good edge geometry. We are still amazed at how they take an edge after sharpening.
This is the first steak knife that they have made for us and you can color us impressed!
So when you have your friends over for a steak dinner next time, surprise them with these works of art that have come from nothing more than a junked pipeline.
Construction: Hammer Forged, Mono Steel
Steel Type: Recycled Pipeline Steel (Carbon Steel)
Edge Length: 115mm
Weight: 2.2 ounces
Handle: Ergonomic Wood