“The Cadillac of its kind.”- The Wall Street Journal
“ As beautiful as it is useful.”- New York Times
“Makes me feel like I can achieve anything.”- Chef Alex Guarnaschelli
“My best friend in the kitchen.”- Hunter Lewis, Cooking Light
“Razor sharp and gorgeous.”- Forbes
“Knife Art”- Fine Cooking
The kitchen scalpel.
This small chef knife works large miracles on delicate jobs. Ideal for hand held work, the extra small blade and ample handle master the nitty gritty of fine details. Great for coring, peeling and decorative work on fruits and vegetables, as well as all the subtle touches in fine recipes.
Cutting edge design = paring proficiency.
Most paring knives are very "pointy" and often unintentionally dig into fruit and vegetables interrupting the flow of cuts. The G-Fusion Mini Paring knife has a modified "Drop Point Design" which results in a more "forgiving" knife that doesn't get stuck when, for example, coring an apple or removing the eyes of a potato. Once you get used to this unique shape, you'll love it and never want to use another paring knife. The broad belly and generous curve are particularly perfect for those who tend use a paring knife for everything. Though the blade is small, the handle is ample- giving the blade a firm agility in the hand.
S35VN: America's best steel
Like cooking, making knives depends on using the best ingredients. The G-Fusion line features the highest performing knife steel on the market-- S35VN “Powder Metal” steel. This high carbon, alloyed steel has it all: elite sharpness, toughness, edge-holding, stain resistance and sharpenability. G-Fusion knives are made in the US with American steel and backed by a lifetime guarantee.
As the first major addition to our chef knife collection since switching to G10 handles for our "G-Fusion" line, New West KnifeWorks is proud to offer our line of Desert Ironwood S35VN chef knives. After months of testing various hardwoods and laminate woods for durability, water resistance, and overall look and feel, the richly textured desert ironwood rose to the top.