The makers say they wanted to make people thing differently about knives, working with a strong contrast between metal and wood.
It’s worth noting that the designers do say the knives are not aimed at professionals, “these knives aren't designed to be your kitchen heavy hitters, but they are designed to work and work well. They make for a great gift to any chef or foodie with a passion.”
The company have released these beautiful pictures of their products with pre-orders expected to ship in January 2015.
The knives cost $120 for, one 8" Chefs knife and one 8" butchers knife.
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