Nigara SG2 Matt Migaki Tsuchime K-tip Petty 135mm Western Handle SP2 – K&S - Sydney

FREE domestic shipping for knife items over AUD$200

Nigara  |  SKU: NG-SG2MATMIGAKI-PT135SP2

Nigara SG2 Matt Migaki Tsuchime K-tip Petty 135mm Western Handle SP2

$301.00
Shipping calculated at checkout.


Free shipping for knives over AU$200 Australia wide.

Nigara SG2 line features the state-of-the-art Super Gold 2 powdered steel with excellent edge retention, toughness and extreme sharpness, the Tsuchime (hammered) pattern gives the knife a rustic touch. This line offers an excellent price / performance ratio. ==========
Since being appointed by the domain of Tsugaru to make Japanese swords, Nigara Forging has a history of over 350 years. As one of the few noble swordsmiths in Japan, Nigara homono has continued to preserve this art. The making of swords has been abandoned as a business item since 1965, but the same forging techniques such as welding and hammering have been kept alive in the making of kitchen knives since then.

 

Measurements:

  • Weight (g):
  • Edge length (mm):
  • Height (mm):
  • Spine at heel / mid / 1cm from tip (mm): 

Payment & Security

Payment methods

  • American Express
  • Apple Pay
  • Google Pay
  • Mastercard
  • PayPal
  • Shop Pay
  • Union Pay
  • Visa

Your payment information is processed securely. We do not store credit card details nor have access to your credit card information.

Nigara

Nigara SG2 Matt Migaki Tsuchime K-tip Petty 135mm Western Handle SP2

$301.00
Nigara SG2 line features the state-of-the-art Super Gold 2 powdered steel with excellent edge retention, toughness and extreme sharpness, the Tsuchime (hammered) pattern gives the knife a rustic touch. This line offers an excellent price / performance ratio. ==========
Since being appointed by the domain of Tsugaru to make Japanese swords, Nigara Forging has a history of over 350 years. As one of the few noble swordsmiths in Japan, Nigara homono has continued to preserve this art. The making of swords has been abandoned as a business item since 1965, but the same forging techniques such as welding and hammering have been kept alive in the making of kitchen knives since then.

 

Measurements:

View product