Kyocera Knife Sets and Revolution Knives

Made of ceramic, the Kyocera Knife sets are exceptionally durable and versatile. The Revolution knives are lightweight and have ergonomic handles for a firm grip. Non reactive blades and easy maneuver make the knives a delightful addition to any kitchen. Our guide to cutlery resources can help you learn all about knives and choose the best one for your kitchen. Complement your kitchen with electric knife sharpeners to maintain the sharpness and performance of the knives.

Related Products
PRIME by Chicago Cutlery™ takes its name from ...
Description:
PRIME by Chicago Cutlery™ takes its name from beef's top grade, an indication of its exceptional quality. Engineered for superior dexterity from tip to grip, the knives feature patent-pending ergonomic handles that respond to the contours of your hand ...
Legendary industrial designer Komin Yamada brings a new ...
Description:
Legendary industrial designer Komin Yamada brings a new age of innovation to Global cutlery with Sai—individually hand-hammered knives with one-of-a-kind character. Unifying function and design, this distinctive Japanese chef's knife combines an ergonomic handle with a triple-layered steel ...
This color-coded knife series is made exclusively for ...
Description:
This color-coded knife series is made exclusively for Williams Sonoma by Kai, one of Japan's largest and most historic cutlery companies. This bread knife adds bright color to food prep combined with super-sharp performance, lightweight handling and easy dishwasher ...
This color-coded knife series is made exclusively for ...
Description:
This color-coded knife series is made exclusively for Williams Sonoma by Kai, one of Japan's largest and most historic cutlery companies. The paring knife adds bright color to food prep combined with super-sharp performance, lightweight handling and easy dishwasher ...
The Kikuichi history of fine craftsmanship dates back ...
Description:
The Kikuichi history of fine craftsmanship dates back to 12th century Japan, when an ancestor became a swordsmith for the emperor, marking each sword with the monarch’s chrysanthemum symbol. Today this proud tradition of metalwork continues with beautiful cutlery ...