Dexter Russell 6” Green River Butchers Knife
Wooden handle knives are the most popular handle material in the world. The Traditional line of cutlery has stood the test of time and is the choice of many who appreciate the feel of a wood handle. This Traditional Knife features a high-carbon steel blade. Including an individually ground and honed edge for just the right flexibility and durability. Unique edge geometry ensures a long lasting blade edge, and easily restored performance every time it’s sharpened. The handles are durable and require minimal maintenance if cared for properly, these knives will last you a lifetime. There is something to be said for great American made knives that have been used since the early 1800’s. Made in USA.
- Superior blade shape for easier slicing
- Unique edge geometry for long lasting, easily restored performance
- Hand honed to the ultimate edge
- Formed handle for comfort and functionality
- Polished Rosewood handles
- Large brass compression rivets
Please note, this knife has a High-Carbon Steel Blade, it can rust and stain. Please make sure to clean your high carbon steel blade by hand washing and drying. Coat the blade with mineral oil and store in a dry place to keep it from rusting/ staining. Fine steel wool can also be used when needed.
Why are Dexter Russell knives so popular with chefs and butchers?
Built to be both tough and sanitary, Dexter Russell's line of knives are able to withstand both high and low temperatures. Made in the USA and with an incredible stain-free, high-carbon steel blade, these knives have individually ground and honed edges ensuring that they perform under harsh conditions in commercial use.
Dexter Russell is one of the world's oldest knife brands, established in 1818 and is by far the most famous knife manufacturer in the USA, popular with amateur and professional chefs as well as butchers and fisheries. The company has become icons in the commercial and hospitality sectors.
The brand is the successor to America's oldest cutlery companies - the Harrington Cutlery Company and the John Russell Cutlery Company.