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Legendary Bob Kramer Knives Coveted by the Professionals

Created by Master Bladesmith Bob Kramer with legendary knifemaker Zwilling J.A. Henckels, Bob Kramer knives fuse iconic design, handcrafted quality and unmatched performance with the comfort and versatility required by any modern chef. Kramer has a long, rich history forging premium American knives and is largely considered to be one of the best bladesmiths in the world. He first began selling his cutting-edge creations from his knife shop in Seattle and now works from his studio in Bellingham, Washington, where he creates functional works of art as one of the few Master Bladesmiths in the world to specialize in kitchen cutlery.

Own an Heirloom-Grade Kramer Knife

Sur La Table is proud to offer premium knives and cutlery by Bob Kramer to kickstart or add to your collection. Kramer’s collaboration with Zwilling J.A. Henckels includes a range of professional-grade knives that have been handmade using premium-quality materials in Seki City, Japan, world-renowned as the Japanese knife-making capital for over 700 years. These knives are made from exceptionally strong, sharp and undeniably beautiful steel alloys, including Damascus steel designed by Kramer himself. Even the handles are made to steal the show with breathtaking materials and a signature pin that has been handcrafted by Kramer in his personal studio in Washington.

Starting your collection from scratch? Pick up a Bob Kramer chef knife. This is one of the most versatile, investment-grade kitchen tools you can buy, and it can surely handle any cutting job.

Whether you’re going for the original beauty of the Bob Kramer Stainless Damascus Steel Collection or want to experience the pure functionality of the Bob Kramer Essential Collection, you can feel good about investing in one of these heirloom-grade knives. And, though they’re stunning, these knives aren’t made for show. They’re durable enough for daily use in a high-traffic commercial kitchen, and they’ll surely inspire you to do amazing things on your next set of culinary endeavors.