What happens when a Michelin-starred chef can’t find a table knife that matches the calibre of his cuisine? If that chef is Yves Charles, then you partner with artisan atelier Perceval and create your own. The 9.47 table knife, made entirely by hand of cryogenically treated steel and polyacetal thermoplastic, is the result.
Available in a variety of colours and some special versions like the carbon fibre model, the modest looking knife is anything but. However, with prices starting at $150 for a set of two ($450 for six) it may have you balking at the idea of paying that much even though the sleek design and impeccable craftsmanship are indisputable.
Via Cool Hunting