Handle is split, needs to be replaced. I already had hand ground on the edge to remove a swale in center of blade. I am wondering how much more work makes sense. Marked "KEELEE", weighs about 440 grams. Blade is roughly 210 X 95 mm, 5 mm thick at base of spine. Chinese/Hong Kong marked, possibly from the 1950-1960s. Came from an ex tenant when she went into a nurseing home during the 1990's, she was a mighty cook in her day- I had to clean out her kitchen, she had an amazing variety of stuff for a midwestern USA person of that era. Saw stuff in her pantry and kitchen tools I STILL don't recognize. Cleaver is carbon steel. Fairly soft and someone either used the spine as an ice breaker, hammered nails or seriously batoned on it.