This is a vintage mid-1960s, early 1970s utilitarian kitchen knife with two-pronged fork tip and four serrated edges (one running the length of the knife, and the other three on the flip side's edge) intended to be an all-in-one utensil for slicing bread, carving meat, cleaning fish scales and deboning the fillet, as well as slicing and dicing vegetables.
Made in Japan, it was probably advertised on television before the advent of cable channels and shopping networks, but the serrated edges and tip work great for slicing French baguettes and cured meats served on charcuterie boards, and also for slicing tomatoes thinly for pizza toppings and making bruschetta.
The knife measures 1 1/8" x 12 1/4" x 1/2", its blade (that includes a bottle opener) 7 3/4" in length, and the handle measures 4 1/2" in length.
NOTE: This is a vintage kitchen utensil that is clean and intact, and any wear (see photos) is commensurate with its age and usage.
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