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Username Post: World's Most Beautiful Chef Kn        (Topic#891030)
hedkandi2
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01-05-11 14:10.57 - Post#2265836    



This is a thread for the world's most beautiful chef knives.

Please contribute to this thread and upload pictures of your favorite chef knife.

Nesmuk Damast





Tamahagane Kyoto Damascus





Boker Damascus Superior






Hattori KD Series




 


memorael
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01-05-11 14:18.26 - Post#2265844    


    In response to hedkandi2

That boker's shape looks surprisingly similiar to the shuns.
 
hedkandi2
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01-05-11 14:30.29 - Post#2265858    


    In response to hedkandi2

Some more designer knives....

Eva Trio





M-Series





Fissler Perfection





Edited by hedkandi2 on 01-05-11 14:36.12. Reason for edit: No reason given.
 
RRLOVER
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01-05-11 14:44.30 - Post#2265877    


    In response to hedkandi2

Photobucket Devin Thomas chef knife.......The most beautiful

 
hedkandi2
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01-05-11 14:51.33 - Post#2265884    


    In response to RRLOVER

http://ep.yimg.com/ca/I/chefknivest...

Edited by hedkandi2 on 01-05-11 14:52.24. Reason for edit: No reason given.
 
ADD
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01-05-11 14:59.14 - Post#2265888    


    In response to RRLOVER

Sorry, but I just can't warm up to some of those Eva and 'M" series things... kind of a Euro trash meets New Age Japan?

Or perhaps, they resemble something a Klingon cook might have in his/her arsenal.




Eye/beholder I guess.
 
hedkandi2
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01-05-11 15:18.56 - Post#2265903    


    In response to ADD

It;s not a knife that I'd personally own, but from a design point it does have some merit.
 
Marko Tsourkan
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01-05-11 15:41.22 - Post#2265919    


    In response to hedkandi2

  • hedkandi2 Said:
It;s not a knife that I'd personally own, but from a design point it does have some merit.



It depends. Take Chroma knives for example.


I held that knife in my hand and concluded that I don't want it even if I got it for free. In my opinion, that handle makes the knife unusable, but from a point of view of the designer, it's a complete product.

At best, I would call it a concept that should have never been turned into a product. I also doubt that whoever designed it cooks, as no serious cook would select that design.

I give a thumb up for Japanese. They keep things simple.

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memorael
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01-05-11 15:59.46 - Post#2265930    


    In response to Marko Tsourkan

I believe those chromas were designed by a Porsche team. I think they are pretty and probably fun to mess around with... and thats it.
 
BfromSac
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01-05-11 16:06.48 - Post#2265941    


    In response to Marko Tsourkan

http://www.japaneseknifesharpenings...

Throw up some DT's Damascus without the handles and they'd beat out a good deal of completed knives
 


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