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Debora with Guayacan and Guayubira Handle
Debora is Ramo Filos' take on the Japanese Deba knife which is typically used to clean and fillet fish and chicken. Debora is designed to be more versatile and multifunctional than its Japanese counterpart and is one of Ramo's founding members' most used blades. Made in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Guayacan is a hardwood native to the northern coast of South America. It is characterized by its strength, toughness, and density.
Guayubira is a moderately hard, semi-heavy wood native to Paraguay known for its exceptional quality and flexibility.
Handle: Guayacan with Guayubira accent
Blade: 420 MOV Stainless Steel
Length (Blade/Full Knife): 5.5in / 11in
Case: Heavy Duck Canvas
The knife is sharp, well crafted, and has a beautiful handle.
Got my Gustavo and immediately hit the kitchen to dice some things up. What a great, well balanced knife. Cuts with ease and the walnut handle fits cozy in my hand. Also, there was a nice hand written letter from the owner which I thought was nice.
I absolutely love it and am thinking about buying another
Have wanted a nakiri for some time and am loving this one. Shaving veggies like a mandolin.
I'll start and say that the customer service is one of the best I ever seen in my life ! The knife is beautiful made , the handle is beautiful the shipping was super fast...I will absolutely recommend and will continue to get from you guys !