|the Old Hickory set is missing the paring and tomato knife (in the camper until Spring) with the rest from my Grandparents collection after they passed|
I also joined a facebook group for Vintage Carbon Steel knives HERE posting this photo.
The bottom knife is really interesting to me, being called a Cimeter sporting a 12" blade. Cimeter knives are remarkable for butchering large pieces of meat. It also works great for slicing meats, roasts, roast turkey, ham, and fish into thin and even slices. The number one choice of offshore fishermen.
I use a typical 3 stage electric knife sharpener, a sharpening steel in between and sharpening oil stone for the smaller knives/pocket knives.
|in the studio|
What is your favorite knife?