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Named Hikari, after the Japanese word for "illumination," this masterfully crafted, lightweight knife is distinguished by its stunning birch PakkaWood handle and "hornet's nest" pattern. Extraordinarily sharp with a long-lasting edge, the blade has microserrations that reduce friction for ...
Designed for the tough day-to-day demands of the ...
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Designed for the tough day-to-day demands of the commercial kitchen, the Wüsthof Pro line offers a smart value for home cooks. This collection features high-carbon German steel blades and a unique handle built with an inner core for stability, ...
After three years of rigorous testing, Zwilling knifemakers ...
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After three years of rigorous testing, Zwilling knifemakers hit upon the "sweet spot" for this blade's serrated edge. The unique pattern of large and small scallops cuts easily through tough foods—hard-skinned vegetables, crusty breads—without tearing or crushing delicate textures ...
Makers of the iconic Swiss Army knife, family-owned ...
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Makers of the iconic Swiss Army knife, family-owned Victorinox produces kitchen knives with high-carbon stainless-steel blades at their original location in Ibach, Switzerland. The stainless steel undergoes a special tempering process to ensure its resilience, and each blade is ...
Williams Sonoma's partnership with Global cutlery led to ...
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Williams Sonoma's partnership with Global cutlery led to the development of Global Ukon, the perfect synthesis of Japan's knife-making heritage, modern design and superior performance. Details like a dual-surface handle, an ambidextrous thumb rest and a thicker blade with ...