Dexter

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  • Item 1688
    Please note all knives have been professionally restored,  with the blade polished and sharpened.  RAZOR SHARP.

    Dexter has become a leader in professional cutlery since being founded in 1884 (they actually produced knives before that but introduced the Dexter name in that year).

    I always love Dexter knives, they are true workhorses combining quality steel with great hand feel.  This knife was made between 1934-1960   Knife features a 9” blade, which has a lot of backbone, and a dual riveted handle design with a one piece handle secured by two brass rivets.  Razor sharp.

    Marked: “1387 Dexter on the scales of the handle”

    $50 shipped.

    As always we are happy to take back pieces if you are not 100% satisfied.  (Please see return policy)

    *High carbon steel knives are highly sought after knives loved by professional and home cooks alike due to the quality of the steel, the edge it maintains and the hardness that is not matched by other knives.  If you don’t believe me, take a look the opinions of Alton Brown.  Please note these are NOT stainless steel knives, they do require a little bit of care (prompt washing and drying after use, occasional sharpening, etc), but hey, if you can maintain a cast iron pan you’ll find this a piece of cake.  Over time they will develop a patina, and even stain.  But they are probably the best quality steel knives you’ll ever use.

    $50.00
  • Item 1672
    Please note all knives have been professionally restored,  with the blade polished and sharpened.  RAZOR SHARP.
    Dexter has become a leader in professional cutlery since being founded in 1884 (they actually produced knives before that but introduced the Dexter name in that year).

    Nice slicing knife with a great hand feel.  This knife was made pre-1933 when The Harrington Cutlery Company merged with Russell to become the Russell-Harrington Cutlery Co.  Knife features a 9” 1/2 blade, which is thin and flexible, and a rounded one piece handle with a pinned blade.  This is an old style knife which has a high cool factor and cuts like a dream.

    Marked: “Harrington Cutlery, Dexter, Southbridge Mass”

    $60 shipped.

    As always we are happy to take back pieces if you are not 100% satisfied.  (Please see return policy)

    *High carbon steel knives are highly sought after knives loved by professional and home cooks alike due to the quality of the steel, the edge it maintains and the hardness that is not matched by other knives.  If you don’t believe me, take a look the opinions of Alton Brown.  Please note these are NOT stainless steel knives, they do require a little bit of care (prompt washing and drying after use, occasional sharpening, etc), but hey, if you can maintain a cast iron pan you’ll find this a piece of cake.  Over time they will develop a patina, and even stain.  But they are probably the best quality steel knives you’ll ever use.

    $60.00
  • Item #1047

    Dexter has become a leader in professional cutlery since being founded in 1884 (they actually produced knives before that but introduced the Dexter name in that year).  This one was produced before they became the Russell-Harrington Cutlery Co in 1933.

    This is one of the biggest vintage slicing knives I’ve ever run across – with a blade actually a touch larger than 14”.  Carve your bird with this and you’ll certainly catch the eyes of everyone at the table!

    Blade has been completely redone – sharpened, cleaned and polished.  Original scales have been sanded and refinished.  3/4 tang with 3 rivets to secure blade to scales.

    Marked:  “Harrington Cutlery Co.  Dexter, Southbridge Mass” on the blade.

    Knife has been professionally restored,  polished and sharpened it is RAZOR SHARP.  It has some nicks and scars from use.

    $90 shipped.

    *High carbon steel knives are highly sought after knives loved by professional and home cooks alike due to the quality of the steel, the edge it maintains and the hardness that is not matched by other knives.  If you don’t believe me, take a look the opinions of Alton Brown.  Please note these are NOT stainless steel knives, they do require a little bit of care (prompt washing and drying after use, occasional sharpening, etc), but hey, if you can maintain a cast iron pan you’ll find this a piece of cake.  Over time they will develop a patina, and even stain.  But they are probably the best quality steel knives you’ll ever use.

    As always we are happy to combine shipping, as well as take back pieces if you are not satisfied.  (Please see return policy)

    $90.00
  • Item 1036

    Knife has been professionally restored,  polished and sharpened it is RAZOR SHARP.  It may have some nicks and scars from use.

    Dexter has become a leader in professional cutlery since being founded in 1884 (they actually produced knives before that but introduced the Dexter name in that year) and are still in business   3/4 tang, hardwood scales (handles).  Pretty knife.

    Marked “Dexter Southbridge Mass” on the steel  and “44A10 Dexter” on one scale the scale)

    $75 shipped.

    *High carbon steel knives are highly sought after knives loved by professional and home cooks alike due to the quality of the steel, the edge it maintains and the hardness that is not matched by other knives.  If you don’t believe me, take a look the opinions of Alton Brown.  Please note these are NOT stainless steel knives, they do require a little bit of care (prompt washing and drying after use, occasional sharpening, etc), but hey, if you can maintain a cast iron pan you’ll find this a piece of cake.  Over time they will develop a patina, and even stain.  But they are probably the best quality steel knives you’ll ever use.

    As always we are happy to combine shipping, as well as take back pieces if you are not satisfied.  (Please see return policy)

    $75.00
  • Razor sharp! Biggest darn Dexter I’ve ever seen.  This one is almost a full 12” .  Features 3/4 tang, three rivet scales (handles) and a 5” 1/2 handle with knuckle guard.

    Marked “Dexter Southbridge, Mass” etched on the blade, and “38712R Dexter” on the scales.

    Knife has been professionally polished and sharpened it is RAZOR SHARP.  It may have some nicks and scars from use.

    $55 shipped.

    *High carbon steel knives are highly sought after knives loved by professional and home cooks alike due to the quality of the steel, the edge it maintains and the hardness that is not matched by other knives.  If you don’t believe me, take a look the opinions of Alton Brown.  Please note these are NOT stainless steel knives, they do require a little bit of care (prompt washing and drying after use, occasional sharpening, etc), but hey, if you can maintain a cast iron pan you’ll find this a piece of cake.  Over time they will develop a patina, and even stain.  But they are probably the best quality steel knives you’ll ever use.

    $55.00