Jackson Cannon Bar Knife true
One knife, many uses.
There's almost nothing this knife can't do. We use the flat edge as a bench scraper to clean our counters, the tip to remove fruit seeds, the squared end and blade to form perfect citrus twists.
Jackson Cannon, an award-winning Boston bartender collaborated on the design and gave the knife its name, and he certainly knows his way around a bar tool. The expertise behind this knife is evident in how many uses it has, and how durable it is. The blade is precision ground and hand-edged, and the handle is made of polished cocobolo, a tropical hardwood prized for its durability (the wood's natural oils resist wet environments -- perfect for a bar).
Photography by Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
High carbon stainless steel blade, cocobolo wood, brass rivets
8 5/8" long with a 4" blade; 7/8" W
Care & Notes
Hand washing is recommended to preserve the polished wood. The blade resharpens easily.
Shipping & Returns
Cannot be shipped to U.S. Territories or P.O.Box/APO/FPO/DPO addresses.
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