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Traditional China Dinnerware

  • $199.95
    Made in Japan of an advanced ceramic, the blade of this santoku knife holds its exceptionally sharp edges up to ten times longer than steel and wont react with foods. Remarkably lightweight, its ergonomic design reduces fatigue during repetitive cutting chores. The signature sheeps foot tip allows for a more linear edge from heel to tip than a typical chefs knife. Its ideal for slicing, dicing and mincing.
  • $69.95
    Made in Japan of an advanced ceramic, the blade of this knife holds its exceptionally sharp edge up to ten times longer than steel and wont react with foods. The knifes remarkably lightweight, ergonomic design reduces fatigue during repetitive cutting chores. With a shape reminiscent of a slender cleaver, the nakiri is designed for chopping, slicing and mincing fresh produce. Blade is made from zirconium oxide, a state-of-the-art ceramic that holds a razor-sharp edge far longer than traditional steel.
  • $59.95
    Made in Japan of an advanced ceramic, the blade of this chefs knife holds its exceptionally sharp edge up to ten times longer than steel and won't react with foods. The knifes remarkably lightweight, ergonomic design reduces fatigue during repetitive chopping, mincing and dicing. Blade is made from zirconium oxide, a state-of-the-art ceramic that holds a razor-sharp edge far longer than traditional steel. Cuts through fresh produce and boneless meats with remarkable ease and precision.
  • $29.95
    Our classic white porcelain plates are elegant enough for the formal table, yet durable enough for lively casual gatherings. The restaurant-quality plates are high-fired to provide years of service, making them an excellent value. They're perfect for hot or cold appetizers or use them for serving artisanal cheeses and their traditional accompaniments. Microwave and dishwasher safe. 7" diam. Made in China.
  • $69.95
    Made in Japan of an advanced ceramic, the blade of this full-sized chefs knife holds its exceptionally sharp edge up to ten times longer than steel and wont react with foods. The knifes remarkably lightweight, ergonomic design reduces fatigue during repetitive chopping, mincing and dicing. Its long 7 blade makes it a versatile performer for larger cutting tasks. Blade is made from zirconium oxide, a state-of-the-art ceramic that holds a razor-sharp edge far longer than traditional steel.
  • $69.95
    Made in Japan of an advanced ceramic, the blade of this bread knife holds its exceptionally sharp edge up to ten times longer than steel and wont react with foods. The knifes remarkably lightweight, ergonomic design reduces fatigue during repetitive cutting chores. Its long, serrated blade can slice cleanly through the crispy crusts of whole loaves with ease. Blade is made from zirconium oxide, a state-of-the-art ceramic that holds a razor-sharp edge far longer than traditional steel.
  • $119.95
    Setting a new standard in ceramic cutlery, the Kyotop collection from the Japanese company Kyocera uses an industrial-grade ceramic that is extremely dense, allowing it to resist wear up to ten times longer than steel. The blade is finished in an elegant Damascus-style pattern, and the moisture-resistant PakkaWood handle provides a comfortable grip. Compact size and sharp point make it perfect for tasks that require more finesse, such as peeling fruits and mincing vegetables.
  • $249.95
    Setting a new standard in ceramic cutlery, the Kyotop collection from the Japanese company Kyocera uses an industrial-grade ceramic that is extremely dense, allowing it to resist wear up to ten times longer than steel. The blade is finished in an elegant Damascus-style pattern, and the moisture-resistant PakkaWood handle provides a comfortable grip. Ultra-sharp, lightweight blade is perfect for chopping, mincing, dicing and more.
  • $149.95
    Setting a new standard in ceramic cutlery, the Kyotop collection from the Japanese company Kyocera uses an industrial-grade ceramic that is extremely dense, allowing it to resist wear up to ten times longer than steel. The blade is finished in an elegant Damascus-style pattern, and the moisture-resistant PakkaWood handle provides a comfortable grip. With all the control of a paring knife plus a bit more length for bigger jobs, this utility knife is perfect for peeling, trimming and slicing.
  • $169.95
    Setting a new standard in ceramic cutlery, the Kyotop collection from the Japanese company Kyocera uses an industrial-grade ceramic that is extremely dense, allowing it to resist wear up to ten times longer than steel. The blade is finished in an elegant Damascus-style pattern, and the moisture-resistant PakkaWood handle provides a comfortable grip.  The long, slender blade of this model makes it ideal for slicing small to medium cuts of meat, as well as produce.
  • Sugg. Price: $229.95$313 Our Price: $229.95$249.95
    The Shun Blue Steel series was developed in partnership with award-winning chef Chris Cosentino, known for his nose to tail philosophy of using the whole animal. These traditional Japanese knives feature a core of blue steel a fine-grained carbon steel favored by professional chefs for its blazing sharpness that is encased between two layers of stainless steel. In Japan, using a kiritsuke is a sign of a master chef.