For people who love their knives
We love knives, so much that we created the best place possible to use and display our most important cooking tools. One of the unexpected joys of owning a 360 Knife Block is that you are more excited to buy cool knives, and we are here to support your addiction. As the words best knife accessory we have been able to meet makers from all over and we are excited to share our mutual respect for our fellow makers here.
Blade Spinners are knife makers who (like you) love the 360 Knife Block. If you are looking to upgrade your knife game we recommend you check out these makers.
Ben hand forges fantastic knifes in North Carolina. Working with his wife Sydney they continue to improve and expand their family business. This knife is several years old and Ben just keeps getting better.
Made in Reno - Galan was a chef in San Francisco before making knifes for chefs (like Tyler Florence). When we prototyped our 360KB the TC team were the first to test and gave us valuable feedback. They continue to grow their exciting lines of chef knives.
San Francisco one made shop. Drew is a chef turned knife maker who started his custom knife forege in his SF garage about the same time we started the 360 Knife Block. This Texas wave Damascus Nakiri knife was our first custom blade.
Ralph Kessler in South Carolina is a self described "old timer" who made this high polish hunting knife for us with a snake wood handle. We are so lucky to own his art.
Eric hand forges in Texas. His professional background in heavy machinery shines in his strong crafted blades for camping to cooking.
This custom etched logo knife was made for us in Petaluma. Mattia has a line of knives made in China for a great value as they are sharp and really hold an edge. Their speciality is this Bowie Chef (R) knife with the "bowie" style tip great for every day meat work.
Made in Idaho - this large shop produces strong sharp knives. Plastic G-fusion handles and military grade steel make these ideal for a first time 'fancy knife' buyers as they are more forgiving to care for then wood and Damascus steel (they make those as well). We make their NWKW magnetic bars and they sell the 360KB in their retail stores.