Dexter Russell 10" bread knife, with a fine toothed serrated stainless blade and riveted rosewood handle. No dishwasher.
Founded in 1818, as the Harrington Cutlery Company, and merging with the John Russell Cutlery Company in 1834, Dexter-Russell is the largest and oldest U.S. knife maker still doing business today. They continue to make a large selection of old-school carbon steel butcher knives and tools, as well as the ubiquitous white handled kitchen standbys. They are located in Southbridge, Massachusetts.
|Steel Type||Stainless Steel|
|Height at Heel||30 mm|
|Overall Length||385 mm|
|Cutting Edge Length||240 mm|