Nazarena Knife

Buenos Aires-based brand Ramo Filos (which translates to “bouquet blades”) balances asado culture with traditional Japanese kitchenware to create elegant, one-of-a-kind knives. One such knife is the Nazarena, a take on the Japanese Nakiri, replete with full tang, 420 MOV stainless steel and an ash and coihue burl handle. With contrasting wood, marbled metal and a sharp silhouette, the Nazarena flows—both visually and literally while …

Custom F4 Bread Knife

Handmade in the Barcelona workshop of Florentine Kitchen Knives (FKK), each F4 Bread Knife features a 27cm serrated blade, crafted from stainless steel and ideal for slicing into crusty baked goods. The knife can be customized with either FKK’s signature stacked handle (pictured) or with a less ornate scaled handle design. For the stacked option, users can design the mix of micarta and leather or …

Santoku Knife

Sponsored by Made In

With a 7.125-inch blade, Made In’s new multi-purpose Santoku knives complement standard chef knives. Their unique blade shape, length and edge allow for precision cutting and chopping. As with all of Made In’s premium kitchen knives, the made-in-France Santoku is fully forged and full tang (meaning that it’s crafted from one solid piece of stainless steel). A proprietary NITRO+ hardening treatment guarantees lasting sharpness.