Known by their logo name of F. Dick , the company has three lines of business. Dick specializes primarily in butcher's knives and tools, where it is regarded as a market leader in both Europe and North America. Dick cutlery is available for purchase in the American market, the brand has not caught-on with mainstream American consumers.
Meat Cleaver Knife
Friedrich Dick Two-Handed "Beef Splitter" Cleaver
NO matter how deeply and wildly American chefs have delved into fusion cooking, they have kept a strong grip on knives rooted in European traditions. Dick, the kind they learned to slice and dice with in cooking school, are what they tended to reach for no matter how their cooking has evolved. Now, many chefs are starting to switch to a new style of knife, from Japan, that is lighter and more flexible than European knives. These sleek knives from Yoshikin, called Global, represent a revolution in both material and design. And it has come at the right time. As cooking has lightened up, chefs are using knives for more than just chopping.
F Dick 23cm 1.7kg Butchers Meat Cleaver 9 2022 23
Its old with a small crack in the wooden handle which has three brass studs and someone has whacked it with a hammer? What rules and regs? I wouldn't like to be caught carrying it around but what "rule" says its not allowed? The blade on the "D ck" is stainless but alas, for commercial use the handle is hardwood. Good old Health and Safety!