Tuesday April 16th, 2013 - 10:07AM
Chroma USA’s newly introduced Robert Irvine cutlery collection stems from a collaboration with the celebrity chef established to develop a line of high-quality, financially accessible knives for any home cook, according to both the company and Irvine. Irvine is best known for such television programming as “Dinner: Impossible” and “Restaurant: Impossible,” where he took on food prep and cooking challenges in people’s homes or in failing restaurants.
The Robert Irvine cutlery assortment from Chroma debuted at last month’s International Home + Housewares Show in Chicago in three key knife styles. The set includes a 4-inch paring knife, 7-inch Santoku and 10-inch chef’s knife.
The new Robert Irvine knives are forged and have a full tang, as well as riveted POM handles. Available now, the 4-inch paring knife will have a suggested retail price of $41.95, the 7-inch Santoku, $61.95, and the 10-inch chef’s knife, $69.95. A four-piece set that includes the three knives and a roll bag is also available.
For more on Chroma USA’s Robert Irvine cutlery, see HomeWorld’s April 15, 2013, issue. This issue also previews the New York Tabletop Market in HomeWorld’s exclusive section, Nouveau: Ultimate Tabletop.