This is the Classic 4″ Paring Knife out of the Classic 4 Piece Set. This knife is used for intricate work such as peeling, de-veining shrimp, and other jobs that larger knives simply can’t do. This is an essential knife for any serious chef or cook. We designed and tested this knife with several Indianapolis chefs to ensure it works well. It is a must have for any serious cook.
- Comfortable in the hand. The Bliss handle design is one widely loved. Chefs around the world prefer this handle because it accommodates hands large and small hands without straining the wrist. The handle is triple riveted with a brass bolster and butt for ultimate strength and sculpted to lock the hand in place for safety.
- Fixed blade with full tang design. Every good kitchen knife should feature a full-tang design. This ensures ultimate strength and performance. It also provides the knife with a lifelong guarantee.
- Manageable, functional blades. The 4” paring features a small, and wide blade that is effective for peeling fruit, or creating precise incisions and cuts. The paring knife is meant to be used for the most intricate work. It can work as an all-purpose knife for the smaller work.
- High carbon steel. As we have done for years, we make these knives from fine Damascus steel layered to blend of the steels and maximize flexibility and durability. Our blend holds an edge longer than other brands. One reminder, with high carbon steel you must keep this blade dry while storing otherwise it will rust. You must remember to keep a rag and oil in your kit for maintain the blade. If there is to ever be a slight rust issue it is easily fixed with light sanding.
These knives are made to order and take approximately 3-5 weeks until it is finished. View full set here.
We at Bliss Knife Works fully stand behind every knife with the guarantee that it will last forever. That is our promise in bringing you the highest quality knives available. (See our warranty and disclaimer here).
This knife, if maintained well, will last a lifetime. (See care recommendations here).