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Hand formed from an old chainsaw blade with joints all welded, this dainty looking cleaver can actually be used in the kitchen. The chain is forged and hammered for strength. The handle is double wrapped in pure copper rod. The blade, made from a recycled file, tempered, sharpened and treated with food safe oil. All mig welded together to form an extremely sturdy & robust piece of culinary, carnage creating cutlery! Find out more >>