Kyocera® Kyotop Ceramic Chef’s Knife, 6"
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  • Kyocera® Kyotop Ceramic Santoku Knife, 5½"
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    Kyocera blends innovative technology with traditional Japanese beauty in their premium line of ceramic cutlery, Kyotop. This elegant, efficient collection features a pattern on the blade that represents karesansui , an artistic Japanese stone garden design. Kyocera’s world–famous ceramic knife blades are crafted of exceptionally strong, yet lightweight zirconium oxide. Ground to microscopic precision and polished to perfection, these knives keep razor–sharp edges 10 times longer than other professional blades—even high–carbon steel. The Kyotop Hot–Isostatic Pressed (HIP) premium ceramic blades are fired a second time in a sealed vacuum at a higher temperature to create the most durable cutting edge. Germ–resistant blades are impervious to acid, oil, and salt, so they won’t rust or brown foods. Perfectly balanced knives with ergonomic handles offer precise control and reduce fatigue from repetitive cutting tasks. This santoku knife works well with a forward and backward stroke or straight–down chop. It’s ideal for slicing boneless meat and fish or chopping vegetables. 5½" blade. Hand wash. 5–year warranty. Made in Japan.
  • Kyocera® Kyotop Ceramic Slicing Knife, 5"
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    Kyocera blends innovative technology with traditional Japanese beauty in their premium line of ceramic cutlery, Kyotop. This elegant, efficient collection features a pattern on the blade that represents karesansui , an artistic Japanese stone garden design. Kyocera’s world–famous ceramic knife blades are crafted of exceptionally strong, yet lightweight zirconium oxide. Ground to microscopic precision and polished to perfection, these knives keep razor–sharp edges 10 times longer than other professional blades—even high–carbon steel. The Kyotop Hot–Isostatic Pressed (HIP) premium ceramic blades are fired a second time in a sealed vacuum at a higher temperature to create the most durable cutting edge. Germ–resistant blades are impervious to acid, oil, and salt, so they won’t rust or brown foods. Perfectly balanced knives with ergonomic handles offer precise control and reduce fatigue from repetitive cutting tasks. This efficient knife enables you to create ultra–thin slices of fruits, vegetables, and boneless meats. 5" blade. Hand wash. 5–year warranty. Made in Japan.
  • Kyocera® Kyotop Ceramic Sashimi Knife, 8¼"
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    Kyocera blends innovative technology with traditional Japanese beauty in their premium line of ceramic cutlery, Kyotop. This elegant, efficient collection features a pattern on the blade that represents karesansui , an artistic Japanese stone garden design. Kyocera’s world–famous ceramic knife blades are crafted of exceptionally strong, yet lightweight zirconium oxide. Ground to microscopic precision and polished to perfection, these knives keep razor–sharp edges 10 times longer than other professional blades—even high–carbon steel. The Kyotop Hot–Isostatic Pressed (HIP) premium ceramic blades are fired a second time in a sealed vacuum at a higher temperature to create the most durable cutting edge. Germ–resistant blades are impervious to acid, oil, and salt, so they won’t rust or brown foods. Perfectly balanced knives with ergonomic handles offer precise control and reduce fatigue from repetitive cutting tasks. This sashimi knife features a long, thin blade that’s ideal for slicing delicate raw fish. 8¼" blade. Hand wash. 5–year warranty. Made in Japan.
  • Kyocera® Kyotop Ceramic Utility Knife, 4½"
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    Kyocera blends innovative technology with traditional Japanese beauty in their premium line of ceramic cutlery, Kyotop. This elegant, efficient collection features a pattern on the blade that represents karesansui , an artistic Japanese stone garden design. Kyocera’s world–famous ceramic knife blades are crafted of exceptionally strong, yet lightweight zirconium oxide. Ground to microscopic precision and polished to perfection, these knives keep razor–sharp edges 10 times longer than other professional blades—even high–carbon steel. The Kyotop Hot–Isostatic Pressed (HIP) premium ceramic blades are fired a second time in a sealed vacuum at a higher temperature to create the most durable cutting edge. Germ–resistant blades are impervious to acid, oil, and salt, so they won’t rust or brown foods. Perfectly balanced knives with ergonomic handles offer precise control and reduce fatigue from repetitive cutting tasks. This utility knife easily handles everything from slicing and dicing to peeling and mincing. 4½" blade. Hand wash. 5–year warranty. Made in Japan.
  • Kyocera Kyotop Chef's Knife
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    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. Extremely dense zirconium oxide blade cuts easily through fresh produce and boneless meats and requires very little sharpening. Blade is finished in a traditional Damascus-style pattern. Comfortable, richly grained PakkaWood handle resists moisture. Extremely lightweight, nimble and easy to maneuver. Nonreactive ceramic blade will never corrode from natural acids and oils found in produce. Stick-resistant blade surface releases food easily and is easy to clean. 6"-long blade; 5 1/2"-long handle; 3.75 oz. Made in China (blade manufactured in Japan).
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  • Bob Kramer 6" Carbon Steel Chef’s Knife by Zwilling J.A. Henckels®
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    The chef’s knife is the perfect kitchen workhorse, ideal for chopping, slicing, dicing and mincing meats and vegetables. Manufacturer: Zwilling J.A. Henckels. Care: Hand wash; please do not clean with bleach or chlorine. Dimensions: 6" Material: High-carbon steel, African blackwood and brass. Warranty: Lifetime warranty. Made in Japan. FEATURES: Bob Kramer is one of the few Master Bladesmiths in the world specializing in kitchen cutlery. Professional chefs wait years for a Kramer original. We worked with the master himself and renowned knife maker Zwilling J.A. Henckels for this exquisite line of carbon steel knives made by artisans in Seki City, the Japanese knife-making capital since the 13th century. Now home chefs can experience the unrivaled performance of a Kramer original. Made using a carbon-steel formulation called 52100 for remarkable strength and unmatched edge retention. Carbon steel is the first metal formulated to hold the razor-sharp, consistent edge required by modern chefs. Heat-treated to a hardness of 61 Rockwell, so it comes sharp, stays sharp and is easy to maintain. Blade is sharpened to 15° on each side of the 50/50 edge with the traditional three-step hand-honed edge. Features a brass bolster for support. Comfortable African blackwood handle mirrors the shape of your palm. The full tang of the blade is tapered to Bob’s precise specifications. Triple-riveted for strength and control. Signature brass decorative center pin is handcrafted by Bob himself. Over time the blade will develop the beautiful blue-gray patina prized by professional chefs as the signature of a favorite knife. This heirloom-quality knife is easy to care for—just keep it clean and dry for a lifetime of unparalleled performance
  • Kyocera Black Ceramic Santoku, 5.5"
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    Perfect for slicing boneless meat or fish, this santoku knife works with either a forward and backward stroke or a straight-down chop and makes a great addition to any collection. Kyocera’s world-famous ceramic blades—incredibly strong, ground to microscopic precision, and polished to perfection—will hold an edge much longer than other professional blades and are impervious to acid, oil and salt. An ergonomic handle and exceptional balance rounds out the package, offering precise control and reducing fatigue from repetitive cutting tasks. FEATURES: Proprietary ceramic formulation yields a blade that is almost as hard as diamond. Ceramic blades are lightweight—almost half the weight of an equivalent steel knife—making them comfortable extensions of your hand. Ceramic blades never rust and will not react with ingredients or impart flavors to food. Deep blade and ergonomic handle ensure a secure grip and greater knuckle clearance. Blade holds a razor-sharp edge for much longer than steel knives. Kyocera’s lifetime complimentary sharpening service restores worn edges to factory-new sharpness—all you pay is shipping and handling. Manufacturer Kyocera: Material: Ceramic, resin. Care: Hand wash only. Use: Ceramic blades are meant to supplement, not replace, traditional steel knives. Avoid pits, bones and hard produce. Use only on wooden or plastic cutting boards. Dimensions: 5.5" blade. Warranty: 5 year warranty. Made in Japan.
  • Kyocera 5-Piece Block Set
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    Ceramic knives complement—not replace—your traditional cutlery. Ideal for slicing fruits, vegetables and boneless meats, the proprietary zirconium oxide blade is harder than steel and almost as hard as diamond. 5-Piece Set Includes: 6" chef’s knife. 5½" santoku. 4½" utility. 3" paring. Bamboo knife block. FEATURES: Designed to become comfortable extensions of your hand. Ultra lightweight, half the weight of stainless-steel equivalents. Ceramic edges stay razor-sharp much longer than other blades (even high-carbon steel) Ceramic resists germs, won’t brown foods or alter their taste (no metal ions to transfer) Ceramic is impervious to acid, oil and salt, so blades will never rust. Ultra-thin blades ensure minimal resistance for clean, precise cuts. Deep blades for plenty of knuckle clearance. Easy-grip handles and perfectly balanced blades for precise control. Bamboo block features Kyocera logo. Bamboo is a durable and renewable resource. Four rubber feet secure block from slipping and protect counters. Kyocera will sharpen your knives back to a factory-new edge. Set is packaged securely in a custom box. Manufacturer: Kyocera. Material: Zirconia 206 ceramic blade, resin handle. Care: Hand wash and dry immediately. Dimensions: Knife block is 7½" x 6½" x 5"; carton is 11½" x 7½" x 6½" Warranty: Lifetime warranty. Shipping Weight: 4.15 lbs. Blades made in Japan, block made in China.
  • Kyocera 3-Slot Bamboo Knife Block
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    Safely store and organize your knives within arm’s reach on your countertop, shelf or even in a drawer. This attractive and sturdy block has three slots, so you can keep your most-used knives close at hand. Ideal for compact kitchens, the bamboo looks great with any decor. 13½" l x 2½" h x 3¾" w. Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
  • Kyocera Revolution 5-Piece Knife Block Set
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    Get the best of Kyocera Revolution cutlery in one essential set. The knives feature blades made of an advanced ceramic that holds an exceptionally sharp edge up to ten times longer than steel and won't react with foods. The remarkably lightweight, ergonomic designs reduce fatigue during repetitive chopping, mincing and dicing. Set includes four essential knives plus a bamboo storage block. Blades are made from zirconium oxide, a state-of-the-art ceramic that holds a razor-sharp edge far longer than traditional steel. Ceramic knives weigh far less than a comparable steel cutlery and are very nimble and easy to maneuver. Nonreactive blades won't discolor foods or affect flavors. Resin handles are contoured for a comfortable grip. 3" paring knife: Compact size and sharp point make this knife perfect for smaller tasks, such as peeling fruits and mincing vegetables. 4 ½ utility knife: Offers all the control of a paring knife plus a bit more length for bigger jobs—perfect for peeling, trimming and slicing. 5 1/2" santoku: The signature “sheep’s foot” tip allows for a more linear edge from heel to tip than a typical chef’s knife—ideal for slicing, dicing and mincing. 6" chef’s knife: All-purpose knife for chopping, mincing and slicing.
  • Kyocera Revolution Ceramic Paring Knife
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    Made in Japan of an advanced ceramic, the blade of this paring knife holds its exceptionally sharp edge up to ten times longer than steel and won’t react with foods. The knife’s remarkably lightweight, ergonomic design reduces fatigue during repetitive cutting chores. Its compact size and sharp point make it perfect for smaller tasks, such as peeling fruits and mincing vegetables. 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. Weighing less than a comparable steel knife, this ceramic knife is very nimble and easy to maneuver. Nonreactive blade won't discolor foods or affect flavors. Resin handle is contoured for a comfortable grip. 3” blade. Made in China (blade manufactured in Japan).
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  • Shun Dual-Core Kiritsuke Knife, 8"
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    Handcrafted in Japan, Shun Dual-Core knives are a brilliant pairing of strength and beauty. Two types of stainless steel are welded and forged together to produce the stunning Damascus pattern and a super-strong blade that holds its sharp edge, requiring less honing. The long-bladed kiritsuke is essentially an all-purpose Japanese chef's knife, ideal for cleaning and portioning boneless meats as well as dicing, slicing or julienning vegetables. 71 alternating micro layers of high-carbon, high-chromium VG10 and VG2 stainless steels welded together and fold-forged to produce an extremely strong, fine-grained steel. With normal use the two steels will wear at different rates, creating micro serrations along the edge for long-lasting sharpness. Hand-sharpened 16-degree double-bevel blade. Etched laminations in the blade reduce drag, releasing foods more quickly and easily. Traditional Japanese octagonal handle in ebony PakkaWood. Shun Cutlery’s new Dual Core Kiritsuke, was named the 2014 Kitchen Knife of the Year at the annual Blade Show.
  • Kyocera® Ceramic Utility Knife, 4½ "
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    Kyocera’s world–famous ceramic knife blades are crafted of exceptionally strong, yet lightweight zirconium oxide. Ground to microscopic precision and polished to perfection, this knife keeps its razor–sharp edge much longer than other professional blades—even high–carbon steel. Germ–resistant blade is impervious to acid, oil, and salt, so it won’t rust or brown foods. Perfectly balanced with ergonomic handle, offering precise control and reducing fatigue from repetitive cutting tasks. This versatile utility knife easily handles everything from slicing and dicing to peeling and mincing. 4½ " blade. Hand wash. 5–year warranty. Made in Japan.
  • Shun Premier Santoku Knives
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    The Shun Premier collection is distinguished by hand-hammered blades and walnut-colored PakkaWood handles that evoke the artistry of traditional hand-forged knives. Hand-crafted in Japan, the blades are thin and lightweight. This santoku knife is indispensable for chopping and slicing fresh vegetables and small cuts of meat, combining the benefits of a chef’s knife and cleaver in one. Blades feature a core of VG-MAX "super steel" clad on each side with 69 microthin layers of stainless-steel. The striking hand-hammered finish ( tsuchime in Japanese) reduces drag when cutting and helps to quickly release food from the blade. Walnut-finish PakkaWood handles have a two-position design, providing a trigger grip for pull cuts and the perfect balance point for a pinch grip. Stainless-steel end caps embossed with the Shun logo add stability, strength and wide weight distribution from end to end.
  • Kyocera Revolution Ceramic Utility Knife
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    Made in Japan of an advanced ceramic, the blade of this all-purpose utility knife holds its exceptionally sharp edge up to ten times longer than steel and won’t react with foods. The knife’s remarkably lightweight, ergonomic design reduces fatigue during repetitive cutting chores. It offers all the control of a paring knife plus a bit more length for bigger jobs—perfect for peeling, trimming and slicing. 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. Weighing less than a comparable steel knife, this ceramic knife is very nimble and easy to maneuver. Nonreactive blade won’t discolor foods or affect flavors. Resin handle is contoured for a comfortable grip. 4 1/2"-long blade. Made in China (blade manufactured in Japan).
  • Shun Blue 3-Piece Knife Set
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    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. This set equips you with three essential knives from the Japanese kitchen—the honesuki , the kiritsuke and a multipurpose utility/butcher knife—for covering a wide range of cutting tasks. Kiritsuke knife: In Japan, using a kiritsuke is a sign of a master chef. A skilled cook can do just about anything with this long-bladed knife, which functions like a chef's knife for all-purpose chopping, thin slicing and mincing. Utility/butcher knife: Excels at breaking down larger pieces of meat into cuts for cooking, and makes quick work of separating meat from bone. The size and shape also makes it an ideal all-purpose utility knife for the kitchen. Honesuki knife: With its triangular blade, the honesuki is used for boning poultry, but it also excels at other meat-trimming tasks, such as frenching a rack of lamb. Japanese san mai construction features carbon steel between two layers of stainless steel, providing the ultra-sharpness of carbon steel with the easier maintenance and added corrosion resistance of stainless steel. Blue steel, hardened to 61 Rockwell, is a super-hard, fine-grained carbon steel known for taking and maintaining an extremely sharp edge (“blue” refers to the paper the raw steel comes wrapped in). Mirror-polished blades have a bead-blasted edge where the two steels meet, showcasing the layered construction. Traditional Japanese octagonal handles are made of gray PakkaWood. Each knife includes a protective sheath.
  • Kyocera Ceramic Sharpening Steel, 9"
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    Lightweight and easy-to-use steel features a highly efficient ribbed surface for re-sharpening and a smooth surface for honing. Kyocera’s ceramic sharpening rods are made of advanced ceramic, a material close in hardness to diamond. When your steel knife or cutting tool is dull, use the ribbed side to create a finely ribbed texture on the cutting edge. Then use the smooth surface to hone or finish the edge. If intense sharpening is not required, then honing should be sufficient to maintain a sharp edge. Not intended for use on ceramic knives or scissors. Dishwasher safe. 5-year warranty. Made in Japan.
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  • Bob Kramer 8" Carbon Steel Chef’s Knife by Zwilling J.A. Henckels®
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    The chef’s knife is the perfect kitchen workhorse, ideal for chopping, slicing, dicing and mincing meats and vegetables. Manufacturer: Zwilling J.A. Henckels. Care: Hand wash; please do not clean with bleach or chlorine. Dimensions: 8" Material: High-carbon steel, African blackwood and brass. Warranty: Lifetime warranty. Made in Japan. FEATURES: Bob Kramer is one of the few Master Bladesmiths in the world specializing in kitchen cutlery. Professional chefs wait years for a Kramer original. We worked with the master himself and renowned knife maker Zwilling J.A. Henckels for this exquisite line of carbon steel knives made by artisans in Seki City, the Japanese knife-making capital since the 13th century. Now home chefs can experience the unrivaled performance of a Kramer original. Made using a carbon-steel formulation called 52100 for remarkable strength and unmatched edge retention. Carbon steel is the first metal formulated to hold the razor-sharp, consistent edge required by modern chefs. Heat-treated to a hardness of 61 Rockwell, so it comes sharp, stays sharp and is easy to maintain. Blade is sharpened to 15° on each side of the 50/50 edge with the traditional three-step hand-honed edge. Features a brass bolster for support. Comfortable African blackwood handle mirrors the shape of your palm. The full tang of the blade is tapered to Bob’s precise specifications. Triple-riveted for strength and control. Signature brass decorative center pin is handcrafted by Bob himself. Over time the blade will develop the beautiful blue-gray patina prized by professional chefs as the signature of a favorite knife. This heirloom-quality knife is easy to care for—just keep it clean and dry for a lifetime of unparalleled performance
  • Kyocera® Ceramic Red Santoku, 5½ "
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    Kyocera’s world–famous ceramic knife blades are crafted of exceptionally strong, yet lightweight zirconium oxide. Ground to microscopic precision and polished to perfection, this knife keeps its razor–sharp edge much longer than other professional blades—even high–carbon steel. Germ–resistant blade is impervious to acid, oil, and salt, so it won’t rust or brown foods. Perfectly balanced with ergonomic handle, offering precise control and reducing fatigue from repetitive cutting tasks. This santoku knife works well with a forward and backward stroke or straight–down chop. It’s ideal for slicing boneless meat and fish or chopping vegetables. 5½ " blade. Hand wash. 5–year warranty. Made in Japan.
  • Kyocera® Ceramic Serrated Utility Knife, 5 "
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    Kyocera’s world–famous ceramic knife blades are crafted of exceptionally strong, yet lightweight zirconium oxide. Ground to microscopic precision and polished to perfection, this knife keeps its razor–sharp edge much longer than other professional blades—even high–carbon steel. Germ–resistant blade is impervious to acid, oil, and salt, so it won’t rust or brown foods. Perfectly balanced with ergonomic handle, offering precise control and reducing fatigue from repetitive cutting tasks. This utility knife is great for slicing tomatoes and other delicate fruits and vegetables. Serrated edge makes it easy to cut everything from sandwiches to citrus fruits. 5 " blade. Hand wash. Lifetime warranty. Made in Japan.
  • Kyocera® Ceramic Santoku, 5½ "
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    Kyocera’s world–famous ceramic knife blades are crafted of exceptionally strong, yet lightweight zirconium oxide. Ground to microscopic precision and polished to perfection, this knife keeps its razor–sharp edge much longer than other professional blades—even high–carbon steel. Germ–resistant blade is impervious to acid, oil, and salt, so it won’t rust or brown foods. Perfectly balanced with ergonomic handle, offering precise control and reducing fatigue from repetitive cutting tasks. This santoku knife works well with a forward and backward stroke or straight–down chop. It’s ideal for slicing boneless meat and fish or chopping vegetables. 5½ " blade. Hand wash. 5–year warranty. Made in Japan.
  • Wüsthof 200th Anniversary 2-Piece Knife Set
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    This collectible, limited-edition set includes two essential knives commemorating Wüsthof's 200th anniversary. Drawing on the company's proud heritage of fine cutlery, this vintage-inspired set replicates a pair of iconic Wüsthof knives from the 1920s. Each combines a brass-riveted rosewood handle with a classic high-carbon steel blade. Wüsthof continues a legacy of top-quality cutlery with this traditional 1920s-style set, including an 8" cook's knife and 4" paring knife. Cook's knife is perfect for everyday chopping, slicing, mincing and dicing; use the paring knife for small, precise tasks like peeling, trimming and creating garnishes. High-carbon steel blades cut with razor-sharp precision—and are easier to sharpen than their stainless-steel counterparts. Like their vintage ancestors, these blades will acquire a rich patina with time and use. Polished rosewood handles are embellished with a Wüsthof logo from 1920s, then secured with sturdy brass rivets. Includes polishing/maintenance oil. Made in Solingen, Germany at Wüsthof's family-owned factory—famous for exceptional cutlery since 1814.
  • Kyocera Revolution Ceramic Serrated Tomato Knife
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    Made in Japan of an advanced ceramic, the blade of this tomato knife holds its exceptionally sharp edge up to ten times longer than steel and won’t react with foods. The knife’s remarkably lightweight, ergonomic design reduces fatigue during repetitive cutting chores. Its serrated blade slices through the thin, slippery skins of tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables without crushing the interior. 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 other foods with remarkable ease and precision. Weighing less than a comparable steel knife, this ceramic knife is very nimble and easy to maneuver. Nonreactive blade won’t discolor foods or affect flavors. Resin handle is contoured for a comfortable grip. 5" blade. Made in China (blade manufactured in Japan).
  • Kyocera Kyotop Paring Knife
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    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. Extremely dense zirconium oxide blade cuts easily through fresh produce and boneless meats and requires very little sharpening. Blade is finished in a traditional Damascus-style pattern. Comfortable, richly grained PakkaWood handle resists moisture. Extremely lightweight, nimble and easy to maneuver. Nonreactive ceramic blade will never corrode from natural acids and oils found in produce. Stick-resistant blade surface releases food easily and is easy to clean. 3"-long blade; 4 1/2"-long handle; 1.5 oz. Made in China (blade manufactured in Japan).
  • Kyocera Revolution Ceramic Slicing Knife
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    Made in Japan of an advanced ceramic, the blade of this slicing knife holds its exceptionally sharp edge up to ten times longer than steel and won’t react with foods. The knife’s remarkably lightweight, ergonomic design reduces fatigue during repetitive cutting chores. A long, slender blade makes it ideal for slicing small to medium cuts of meat as well as produce. 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 boneless meats and fresh produce with remarkable ease and precision. Weighing less than a comparable steel knife, this ceramic knife is very nimble and easy to maneuver. Nonreactive blade won’t discolor foods or affect flavors. Resin handle is contoured for a comfortable grip. 5" blade. Made in China (blade manufactured in Japan).
  • Shun Blue Petty Knife
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    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—encased between two layers of stainless steel. Larger than a paring knife and smaller than a chef's knife, this petty knife is ideal for medium-size tasks such as sectioning citrus, peeling and slicing potatoes, seeding peppers or portioning boneless meats. Japanese san mai construction features carbon steel between two layers of stainless steel, providing the ultra-sharpness of carbon steel with the easier maintenance and added corrosion resistance of stainless steel. Blue steel, hardened to 61 Rockwell, is a super-hard, fine-grained carbon steel known for taking and maintaining an extremely sharp edge (“blue” refers to the paper the raw steel comes wrapped in). Mirror-polished blade has a bead-blasted edge where the two steels meet, showcasing the layered construction. Traditional Japanese octagonal handle is made of gray PakkaWood.
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