CUTCO Model 1718 5-pc Kitchen Tool Set with Cherry Oak Holder ........Includes #1716 Slotted Turner, #1712 Basting Spoon, #1713 Slotted Spoon, #1715 Ladle, #1714 Mix-Stir with classic dark brown handles (often called ""black"") and #1711 Oak Kitchen Tool
Manufacturer: CUTCO Cutlery
Color: Classic Dark Brown handles (often called "Black")
The tools you'll need in your kitchen right at your fingertips.
Blades are precision forged from a single piece of high-carbon, no-stain surgical steel. Triple riveted full tang construction. Double bolster design adds comfort and balance while reducing hand fatigue. Three-quarter bolster allows sharpening of entire blade as well as full usage of the blade. Hand-honed finial edges can be easily re-sharpened. The Wusthof Trident Classic Ikon Starter Set includes a trio of well-chosen knives that cover all the food prep bases, from chopping and slicing to paring and peeling. The world's leading manufacturer of precision-forged cutlery, Wusthof has been making knives of uncompromising quality since 1814.. . . . . Blades are ground thinner for less resistance. Ergonomic high-impact polypropylene handles stand up to heavy use. Hand wash only â€” not dishwasher safe. Lifetime warranty. Made in Solingen, Germany. This item is ineligible for discounts.
Manufacturer: Ginkgo International Ltd
The wide blade and superior craftsmanship of the Yaxell Ran Series 7 in. Cleaver makes this knife an invaluable tool in a kitchen where quality is mandatory. This cleaver is perfect for cutting large pieces of meat or vegetables, while still offering a light-handed feel that allows for precise cuts when needed. It perfectly blends time honored traditional techniques with modern day technology to create a blade that will last for years. Meaning â€œThe excellentâ€ in Japanese, Ran is the perfect name for a series of knives proudly used by some of the best chefs in both Japan and France. Balanced, sharp, and beautiful, this knife features a distinctive Damascus look derived from multi-layered and tempered VG10 high-carbon steel, heated and cooled in an age-old process to create a blade that is superior in strength, flexibility, and sharpness. Its ergonomic handle is created using a canvas-micarta material which is a combination of resin and linen. This FDA approved feature offers a full tang, stainless steel end, resists heat up to 302Â°F, does not corrode, and is fastened with two steel rivets, giving it outstanding durability and ease of use. Each blade in this series features a hardness rating of HRC61 on the Rockwell scale, ensuring long-lasting cutting performance with a keen edge that will stay razor sharp. The manufacturer recommends Yaxell Ran knives be sharpened with the Yaxell sharpener, a Japanese water stone or a diamond steel honed for sharpening, to yield the longest lasting edge possible and an extended life of your blade. Hand wash for best results. About Ginkgo International Ltd. Ginkgo International Ltd. was founded in 1977 by Wes and Janet Helmick. Their goal was to bring to the market original, quality flatware designs at the best possible price. Now a second generation family business, Ginkgo continues to offer consumers the highest quality flatware and cutlery products at the best possible value.
Kramer by Zwilling JA Henckels Bob Kramer 5" Stainless Damascus Utility Knife by Zwilling J.A. Henckels 34890-133
Manufacturer: Zwilling J.A. Henckels
Brand: ZWILLING J.A. Henckels
Bob Kramer EUROLINE Stainless Damascus by ZWILLING J.A Henckels 5-inch Utility Knife - Medium sized, slim knife with strong blade and fine cutting edge. Peels, cuts, cleans and garnishes fruit and vegetables. Also suitable for preparing meat and larding.
The Mcusta Zanmai Ripple Damascus Series features a VG-10 core with 33 layers of damascus steel. The edge is finished in Zanmai's perfect Hamaguri V-Cut form, making it incredibly sharp and the ideal structure to cut food effortlessly. The red Pakkawood handle features an innovative octagonal twisted shape, allowing for a comfortable and secure grip. Handcrafted in Seki city, Japan.
For generations, the Consigli family has been leveraging its passion and expertise to produce high-quality traditional Tuscan pocketknives and cutlery, using the same forging techniques that the master knifemakers of Scarperia have been refining since the 14th century. The town of Scarperia was founded on September 8, 1306. Back in those days, the town was sited on what was then the most important road for anyone wishing to cross Italy. The production of cutting irons has also been crucial to the townï¿½s development from the outset; this specialization was perhaps the result of local military requirements or possibly due to the needs of the local farmers. For more than two centuries, blades from Scarperia were renowned as being of unrivaled quality. In the second half of the 19th century that Scarperiaï¿½s knives and cutlery started to experience increasing demand. With the unification of Italy came numerous orders from all over the country, and particularly from the south. Because of this southern influence, the origins of several types of knives made in Scarperia (the Calabrese, the Napoletano and the Casertano) can be traced back to the south of Italy. As a result, the reputation for the quality of the knives made here has been consolidated once again, and they are now rightly celebrated throughout the world. The Old Family Tradition Fifty years have now passed since the time of the Fondo Pasinetti - the site in Via Magenta, in the center of Scarperia, where the Consigli brothers opened their first premises. Luigi - at the time, just a little over 20 years of age - and Enrico, his slightly younger brother, had already spent several years producing knives on behalf of the same company for which their father had been forging metal and making pattada knives and grafting knives since the very early part of the century. Currently, alongside its typically Italian models, which represent the perfect synthesis of tradition, technique, elegance, and refinement, the company also produces high-quality ...
Kikuichi is the only knife manufacturer today that can trace its roots back over 700 years with a legacy as a true samurai swordsmith. The beauty of the knives in this collection is only surpassed by their performance in the kitchen. How well a knife performs in the kitchen is determined by two primary factors; the quality of the steel used and the construction method. The Kikuichi Elite Warikomi Damascus Tsuchime Knives are high quality knives made using the Kasumi method, a traditional Japanese style of knife making that laminates or clads different materials together to take advantage of the strengths of each. The knives in the Warikomi series are made with a core piece of VG-10 steel providing an extremely sharp cutting surface with excellent edge retention. The exterior of the knife is clad with 16 layers of stainless steel (8 per side) to protect the blade, promote stability and provide stain resistance. The knife is then finished by hand hammering the layered metal and tempering it with heat. The result is a unique Tsuchime Damascus style knife with a rustic look that helps reduce food sticking to the sides of the blade. Kikuichi then finishes the knife by riveting a compressed wood handle to provide optimum balance and durability. Hand wash only. Handmade by Kikuichi's craftsmen in Japan.
Manufacturer: J.A. Henckels
Color: Black with Red Accent
Miyabi continues to strive for perfection with the introduction of Miyabi Kaizen--Japanese for improvement or change for the better, This next generation of Miyabi Knives, made in Seki, Japan, combines the greatest hardening technology with the artistry of traditional craftsmanship, Miyabi Kaizen is crafted from VG10 super steel with a 64-layer stunning flower Damascus pattern, The exceptional blade is complemented by an equally stunning and durable handle made of black linen Micarta featuring a mosaic pin, red spacers and a metal end cap, The 6 Chutoh is ideal for cleaning, cutting and carving all types of fish and meat