Under the Headline “The Knife Rack Goes High-End,” the New York Times ran a feature article in the June 14, 2011 edition about a new line of J.A. Henckels high-end, high-carbon-steel chef’s knives that are designed by Olympia, Washington, knifemaker and shop owner Bob Kramer.


According to the Times, hundreds of the knives, priced as high as $349.95 for a 10-inch chef’s knife, were purchased by cookware chain Sur la Table, and 20 percent of the inventory sold in 10 days. 


For more on Kramer, see his website: http://www.kramerknives.com/home.htm.


To read the New York Times feature, see: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/15/dining/the-knife-rack-goes-high-end.html?_r=1&ref=knives



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