Boning Knife Straight 6″ YELLOW Handle The Smithfield

SKU: PFM12201

£9.97 (excl. VAT)

£11.96 (incl. VAT)

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Boning Knife Straight 6″ YELLOW Handle The Smithfield


The boning knife’s purpose is described in its name. Boning knives have the ability to portion, part and remove bones in cuts of meat. This knife comes in a wide range of compositions to suit the wide range of tasks a boning knife can be used for and to suit the user’s favoured technique. Generally, these knives are unified by a pointed tip and rigid manufacture. However, they can differ in profile, flexibility and curvature.




Edge Type: Plain Edge


Handle Material: Polypropylene


Dishwasher Safe: Yes




Samuel Staniforth Ltd. of Sheffield, England are manufacturers of The Smithfield range of knives.


Born in the ‘Steel City’ itself Samuel Staniforth Ltd. is a traditional, endemic company With over 150 years experience in the design and manufacture of forged cutlery for professional and amateur users. Which are steeped in the heritage of upmost quality.


The “Bull” mark stands for high quality and reliability, the mark of a progressive English company who consider service as one of its foremost obligations.


The range of products that carry The Smithfield mark have all the qualities the professional prefers, because they were designed after extensive market research, with assistance of butchers, slaughter men and caterers in many countries of the world.


The knife edge stays sharper longer than traditional knives due to the Molybdenum Stainless Steel blade, and the balance is made to feel comfortable and causes no fatigue or discomfort.


PFM12201:  Knife Boning Straight 6″ – BRITISH MADE – THE SMITHFIELD – YELLOW Handle (6-P101A)

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