The Paring Knife

"America's Best" - Cooking Light

The search for the perfect paring knife is over. And for those who only use a paring knife, this is the only one you will need in your kitchen.  Unlike many paring knives which are very "pointy" and dig into fruit and vegetables, the G-Fusion paring knife has a modified Drop Point Design. This results in a more forgiving knife when you are coreing an apple or removing the eyes from potatoes. Once you get used to this unique shape, you will love it.  But don't assume that just because the blade is small, the handle should be dinky too. Our paring knife handle is a full four inches, which lends it firm agility in the hand.

"When presentation is a concern, the paring knife is your savior. Control, balance, and small features make detailing your final ingredients much easier. Having hands like a surgeon does help, too." - Anthony Campolattaro, NWKW Sales and Marketing Guru




 A Cup of Tea with NWKW's Paring Knife from New West KnifeWorks on Vimeo.

Blade Length 2.875 inches  
Overall Length 7.0 inches  
Max blade width .625 inches  
Steel thickness .120 inches  
Blade thickness .075-.020 inches  
Weight 2.3 ounces  
Steel Type Crucible CPM S35VN Super High Carbon Stainless Powder Steel HRC 59-60


What our Friends are Saying:

"America's Best"Paring Knives that Make the Cut, Cooking Light Oct. 2017: "A handcrafted gem from Wyoming's boutique knife maker feels custom-made for your hand."

Patrick T. (Nutley, NJ.), "We wanted to tell you what a beautiful instrument your Paring is. Not only is it gorgeous to look at, but its balance in the hand is phenomenal and its blade is as sharp as they come." 

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