Sindre Knives - Santoku - Maple Burl
Sindre Knives - Santoku - Maple Burl
Sindre Knives - Santoku - Maple Burl
Sindre Knives - Santoku - Maple Burl
Sindre Knives - Santoku - Maple Burl
Sindre Knives - Santoku - Maple Burl

Sindre Knives - Santoku - Maple Burl

Regular price$320.00
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With the majority of the knives we sell being produced abroad it gives us great pleasure when we're able to work with small, independent makers, which is why there thrilled to be working with talented knife maker Mads Mclean and offering this one of a kind Santoku, handmade in Scotland.

 Made from 52100 carbon steel this santoku is ground nice and thin for superb performance, has a polished choil maximum comfort during those long sessions and a traditional Wa handle made from a stunning blue Maple Burl. All making for an absolutely lovely knife which takes and holds a great edge. 

the Santoku is wonderful all round, general purpose knife developed for the household cook, it’s known for it’s “3 virtues”, whether this is slicing, dicing and chopping or meat, fish and veg it’s a great companion for the kitchen.  Ideally suited to someone looking to expand their collection or appoint a new chef knife to do the heavy lifting, It’s a truly beautiful handmade knife that will offer its new owner many years of faithful service.


 Blade Material – 52100 carbon steel

Handle Material – Maple Burl with Micarta detail

Blade length – 165mm

Total Length – 315mm

Blade Height – 50mm

Weight –


Mads Mclean of Sindre Knives is a hugely talented knife maker with excellent attention to detail, producing knives from his home workshop in Falkirk and almost exclusively selling directly to his customers we're thrilled to have to opportunity to bring these one off pieces to the shelves at Community Cutlery.

A note on carbon steel - Like many others we at Community Cutlery favour carbon over stainless steel for its ability to take a keener edge and hold it for longer, for this privilege we need to care for our carbon products with a little more consideration, particularly when it comes to washing. Once you’ve finished with your knife we recommend giving it a wash and a thorough dry, as if left wet it will start to rust, surprisingly quickly. If this does happen then take a dry scourer and lightly give it a rub, another rinse and a good dry, it should come off with relative ease. With use you will also notice a light change in the colour of the blade, this patina is natural, beautiful and to be cherished, it’s like yo knife developing its own fingerprint!

And for many reasons - Never put your knives in the dishwasher.


Knives are only available to persons over 18 years of age. Due to the nature of our business ALL customers will be asked to prove their age at checkout.

We ship Tuesday to Saturday using Royal Mail Tracked 24.

All knives ship via an age verified service in accordance with The Offensive Weapons Act 2019, which will mean the postie will need you to be in to receive the delivery & to check your ID if you look under 25.

The law also requires us to carry out a soft age check of the purchaser after checkout, this is done by an automated system that usually doesn't require your input, although we will need to contact you for proof of age if you fail, which can sometimes happen if you use a work address.

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of Community Cutlery as a home for enthusiasts, for people who love the ritual of food preparation and who have realised the charm in doing it with quality tools, with items that are as pleasing on the eye as they are practical in the hand.

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