Reha Kitchen Knife with Lac-turned Wooden Handle

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₹660.00
In stock
SKU
ZLRS02
Estimated delivery date between 11-Dec-2020 to 13-Dec-2020

About Zishta Reha Kitchen Knife with Lac-turned Wooden Handle

  • Made of stainless steel, the famous Reha kitchen knives from Zishta make an excellent addition to everyday use in your kitchen.
  • Zishta kitchen knife from Reha is useful for your daily needs of mincing, cutting, slicing vegetables and fruits.  
  • Reha knives from Kutch, Gujarat are famous all over the world as they are hand-made using traditional process.
  • Zishta kitchen knife from Reha has a unique combination of 3 traditional crafts from Kutch: the superior quality knife. from Reha, the handle made using traditional lac-turned-wood art from Nirona & the hand-made cover from Zura.

Product Specifications

Weight
0.0500 Kg
Length(Inches)
9

Disclaimer

All our products are handcrafted and this results in each product being unique and slightly different from each other and therefore will have minor variations on dimensions & weight.

  • The Lohar community in the clusters of Reha and Anjar in Kutch region have been making swords and knives for kings.
  • Their craft is over 900 years old. It is also known as chari. Some of the ancestors of the artisans have been swordsmiths.
  • The cluster today has around 22-25 families making knives, swords &modern day cutleries in traditional way.
  • Reha is one of the last few villages left where knife is made completely by hand. The process involves sand casting of the knife, forging & hammering and polishing & buffing to get the final finishing.
  • The handle of the knife is a craft called lac-turned-wood from Nirona, Kutch. The colours used are natural & the design is obtained using a simple self-made lathe, made of wood and a string operated by hand.
  • The colourful cover of the knife is hand made in Zura, Kutch in the most traditional way.
  • Zishta kitchen knife from Reha, Kutch are useful for everyday use in the kitchen for cutting, mincing & dicing of vegetables, fruits, meat etc.
  • Use chopping board for longer life of the knife.
  • Avoid using it on glass or ceramic top.
  • Keep it away from children.
  • Do not use your hand to test the hardness of the blade.
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