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10 Most Expensive Knives In The World

16 September 2014

Top 10 Most Expensive Knives In The World

You most certainly haven’t seen it all until you have seen this top!

Knives have existed ever since the beginning of human kind when cavemen made one out of a slim rock or even animal bones.

You have to agree that they also come quite in-handy when making dinner or slicing up tomatoes for a delicious salad.

But did you ever imagine that the world would grow to make luxury knives?

Having a fairly sharp knife in your kitchen nowadays is not part of the trend anymore as someone had to go and decide that it’s time to make a diamond studded one!

Imagine the tragedy of a little diamond falling off while you were chopping something!

Now, in all seriousness, these are not used for your daily needs but rather created as something pleasant for the human eye, a piece of art, a luxury object that should belong in someone’s collection and probably not their kitchen!

Whether we’re talking about simple pocket knives, kitchen knives or even knives from a different century, these are high-end pieces that deserve a place in the Most Expensive Knives In The World!

10. Yoshihiro Mizuyaki Honyaki – Price: $5,000

Here is the one thing you need to know about this knife: it is a one-of-a-kind and beautiful piece of art.

As a slicing knife you can only imagine how incredibly sharp this is, having a thin blade good for cutting boneless fish into sashimi with only one long uninterrupted stroke. The dream of any chef!

Made in Japan by one the Yoshihiro’s knife masters in Sakai the sheath is decorated with the image of a phoenix  using the Fuki Urushi method, a traditional lacquering technique.

“The hamon (pattern of waves on the blade) was specially designed as the Japanese Fuji Mountain with a full moon. “

#10 Yoshihiro Mizuyaki Honyaki - Price: $5,000 | Most Expensive Knives In The World | Top 10
#10 Yoshihiro Mizuyaki Honyaki – Price: $5,000 | Most Expensive Knives In The World | Top 10
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