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High/Low: Wood-Handled Cheese Knife Set

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High/Low: Wood-Handled Cheese Knife Set

Julie Carlson May 11, 2010

Essential for the well-equipped cheese service: specialized cheese knives for breaking apart hard cheeses. Here are two options:

Above: Handmade in the Tuscan countryside, the Coltellerie Bert Cheese Knife Set features steel blades with olive wood handles; $105 at Horne.

Above: Sagaform Three-Piece Oak-Handled Cheese Set; $15 from A + R Store.

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