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Discussion in 'Mitchell Custom Knives' started by Mitchell Knives, Jun 17, 2015.

  1. Mitchell Knives

    Mitchell Knives Knifemaker Moderator

    May 21, 2000
    This is my rendition of a traditional Japanese Nakiri. Nakiri are purpose driven kitchen knives that are designed for processing vegetables.

    The blade is constructed of AEB-L steel hardened to 62 HRC. I performed all heat treating operations, including 2 cryogenic treatments.

    AEB-L is a great all around steel; especially in the kitchen!

    The handle is constructed from walnut and features a black spacer. The handle is an elagonated octagon that is very comfortable in the hand.

    The blade features a full height "plungeless" flat grind and a very fine hand rubbed satin finish.

    The blade was ground to about .005" prior to sharpening. Fantastic edge geometry!

    This is an outstanding cutter that is pleasure to use!

    - AEB-L
    - 62 HRC
    - Fine hand rubbed finish
    - Walnut handle
    - .093
    - Full height "plungeless" flat grind
    - About 12.75" OAL, Actual cutting edge of about 6.8"
    - Razor Sharp


    This price includes shipping and all fees.

    PayPal or money order preferred.

    PayPal Address:

    [email protected]

    Thanks for looking! :D







    Last edited: Jun 27, 2015
  2. Mitchell Knives

    Mitchell Knives Knifemaker Moderator

    May 21, 2000
    This one needs a new home!

    $285 Shipped!
  3. Rotte


    Aug 30, 2008
    I love this! Is this knife still available?

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