Wellfleet Oyster, Little Neck Clam, & Crab Knives + Leather Wrap
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We think you deserve to have it all.
This collection puts all three of our favorite shellfish knives in a butter-soft, full grain doe tan cowhide knife wrap. With 4-inch deep pockets and slots of varying widths, every one of your shellfish knives will find a safe, stylish home -- and you'll be the envy of the clambake.
Photography by James Ransom
Details & Materials -
The Wellfleet Oyster Knife and The Little Neck Clam Knife: High carbon stainless steel (blade), Bubinga with brass rivets (handle)
The Crab Meat Knife: Solid stainless steel, cast and hardened
The Leather Knife Wrap: Full grain doe tan cowhide
The Wellfleet Oyster Knife and The Little Neck Clam Knife: 6 1/2"" L x 1 3/8"" W (oyster knife), 6 3/4"" L x 3/4"" W (clam knife)
The Crab Meat Knife: 5 3/4"" L
The Leather Knife Wrap: 13.5"" L x 11.5"" W"
Care & Notes -
Knives: Hand wash and hand dry your knives.
Store knives in a wooden block or on a magnetic strip, away from direct sunlight.
A light coating of mineral oil twice yearly protects both the blade and the handle.
Do not put knives in the dishwasher, use them as screwdriver substitutes or cut on overly hard surfaces (like glass, stone or metal).
Wrap: Use commercial leather cleaners and restorers.
Meet the Maker
Since the 1850s, generations of Murphy men have assured us that an overworked all-purpose chef’s knife just won’t cut it. Not when there are quality carbon steel knives out there for nearly every purpose. And we don’t even have to go abroad for these beauties: R. Murphy knives are made in Massachusetts.View Full Profile
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