Isasmedjan Gyuto 250mm Wrought Iron Clad Kasumi San MaiIsasmedjan
There is a rustic beauty to an Isasmedjan wrought iron clad blade and when paired with materials like Tasmanian blackwood, moose antler and mammoth ivory the result is stunning.
This 250mm Gyuto has a high carbon 1.2519 core, which has been hardened to 64-65 HRC. This thing is sharp, super sharp! The geometry is all about performance. An asymmetrical convex grind is pretty thin behind the edge (0.4mm) and the knife features an aggressive distal taper from around 4mm above the heel down to 1.2mm about an inch away from the tip.
The rough looking wrought iron cladding filled with black inclusions has been polished smooth and as it meets the core steel the satin Kasumi polish provides a beautiful contrast. On the right face of the blade, you can see the Isasmedjan paw print maker’s mark. On the left face of the blade, you will find hand engraved ruins spelling out the Isasmedjan name.
As mentioned above the handle features some beautiful and unique materials, including Tasmanian blackwood, moose antler and mammoth ivory. An octagonal wa shape, very comfortable and absolutely beautiful.
- Blade Type:
- Blade Finish:
- Wrought Iron San Mai with Kasumi Polish
- Core Steel:
- Spine Heel:
- Spine Mid:
- Spine Tip:
- Blade Height:
- Asymmetrical Convex
- Handle Type:
- Octagonal Wa
- Handle Material:
- Tasmanian Blackwood & Mooseantler with Mammoth Ivory spacer