Hey Chef! Did You Recently Lose Your Fancy Handmade Leather Knife Roll?

A local cook recently found a professional knife kit on a Downtown Eastside curb and purchased it for a ridiculously cheap price. Assuming it was stolen or otherwise lost, he brought his find to the attention of the Knifewear shop on Main Street, hoping they might be able to tie the knives to the customer, assuming the shop was the original point of sale (this is likely, as these are some proper tools, folks).

So, if you or someone you know has recently had their knife kit – a handmade leather roll by Horace and Jasper containing a mix of Japanese and German blades – go missing and can correctly identify the contents of said kit, let the re-uniting begin! To claim them, start by contacting Vancouver [at] knifewear.com with a description of your missing knives. Also, a round of applause to the conscientious cook who did the right thing here!

Knifewear sells crazy sharp knives that keep their edge longer than you ever thought possible. Japanese knives are made with harder steel, and because of this they stay sharper for longer. Visit SCOUT profile.
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