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Cutlery From Tel-Aviv

Discussion in 'Kitchen Cutlery & Tools' started by NJSteelBaronShop, Sep 25, 2012.

  1. NJSteelBaronShop

    NJSteelBaronShop

    53
    May 1, 2012
    So Tomer Botner from start-up cutlery company Florentine Kitchen Knives stopped in today to show some of his stuff and talk about getting some good steel! :D:D:D

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    And still managed to ship a bunch of steel! Some days we do good...
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  2. FortyTwoBlades

    FortyTwoBlades Baryonyx walkeri Dealer / Materials Provider

    Mar 8, 2008
    Interesting stuff! Thanks for sharing!
     
  3. kalaeb

    kalaeb

    172
    Aug 4, 2012
    I thought all their materials were going to be sourced locally? Regardless, I really like the design and heckuva first marketing campaign, really starting some grass roots interest and lots of buzz in the blogosphere. I would like to get my hands on one to test out.
     
  4. NJSteelBaronShop

    NJSteelBaronShop

    53
    May 1, 2012
    Heh. I'll probably be getting one or two soon enough. Or you can get to their Indiegogo campaign thru their Facebook page and order one as well.
     
  5. protourist

    protourist Sailin' a reach before a followin' sea. Platinum Member

    Aug 19, 2007
    Those are some great looking blades. They remind me of some "theater" knives that I've seen only much nicer.
     
  6. FortyTwoBlades

    FortyTwoBlades Baryonyx walkeri Dealer / Materials Provider

    Mar 8, 2008
    Interesting tang construction, too.
     
  7. Don Nguyen

    Don Nguyen

    Oct 4, 2011
    I was checking them out earlier in the week. Crazy scale of marketing, really nice looking blades. The handle is interesting, but hard to tell how they handle without actually getting a... handle on them....
     

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