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Wüsthof Classic Nakiri

Now: $79.96

A traditional Japanese shape perfect for vegetable prep. Perfect for slicing and dicing vegetables, mincing herbs and cutting fruit or cheese. Wüsthof Classic knives are precision-forged from a single piece of steel, with triple-riveted, ergonomic, full-tang handles designed in consultation with professional chefs.

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Wüsthof® Classic Nakiri, 7"

For nearly 200 years, Wüsthof has produced professional-quality cutlery of extraordinary strength, balance and comfort. Beautifully designed knives feature handcrafted, high-carbon stainless steel blades that keep a lasting, razor-sharp edge and resist rust and stains. Founded in Solingen, Germany, in 1814...

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Was: $99.95

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Global® Nakiri Knife, 5½"

The concept behind the Global knife was to bring together Italian design, German durability, and Japanese precision—without compromising any of these elements. The result is a knife constructed from a single piece of steel, with a unique convex edge and unsurpassed performance. Made in Japan.

$81.95

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Wüsthof® Double-Handle Mezzaluna, 9"

For nearly 200 years, Wüsthof has produced professional-quality cutlery of extraordinary strength, balance and comfort. Beautifully designed knives feature handcrafted, high-carbon stainless-steel blades that keep a lasting, razor-sharp edge and resist rust and stains. Founded in Solingen, Germany, in 1814...

$69.95

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Stars: 4.0

Wüsthof® Grand Prix II Tomato Knife, 5"

For nearly 200 years, Wüsthof has produced professional-quality cutlery of extraordinary strength, balance and comfort. Beautifully designed knives feature handcrafted, high-carbon stainless steel blades that keep a lasting, razor-sharp edge and resist rust and stains. Founded in Solingen, Germany, in 1814...

$69.95

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Zwilling J.A. Henckels® Pro S Fillet Knife, 7"

Known today as the “City of Blades,” Solingen, Germany, has been home to master swordsmiths and knifemakers of legendary skill since medieval times. In 1731, Peter Henckels registered the first version of the twin-figure symbol for Henckels knives. Centuries later, cooks around the world continue to...

$99.95

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