The fact that these pricy pizza cutters are sold out is amazing..I saw a really oversized Damascus pizza cutter on IG in the last couple of days. No price on it, but I did think it looked somewhat ridiculous. (OTOH, I've gone right off Damascus these days - function is what I care about! (Says the bloke with a Shun, a Tojiro and a handful of Furis...))
They're collectables and sold instantly to collectors of those makers.The fact that these pricy pizza cutters are sold out is amazing..
Care to guess what one from Jesse James would sell for? I guess celebrity adds a not inconsequential surcharge.They're collectables and sold instantly to collectors of those makers.
First one by ABS Master Smith David Lisch sold for $1000.
Second one by Rick Petko, who was made famous by TV show American Chopper, sold for $800.
Both are low prices for any work by Lisch or Petko so they sell...
Yeah, Maxim has got smart and is doing the flipping himself now.Yeah, the Kitaeji is out of my reach at that price. But it's there. Im sure it will sell pretty quickly. I know he's probably pushed up the prices to discourage flipping. You got to be a high roller now. Plus, it's a 210 and I have a 210 Kasumi, but I still would of really like to of got it if I had the cash.
This one is ridiculous! Looks like the wheel was cut out of the back of a galvanized junction box.
Some loony bought the "tinned brass" custom pizza cutter. Guess I'm not woke enough.This one is ridiculous! Looks like the wheel was cut out of the back of a galvanized junction box.
DUDE! You are SO underselling it!Some loony bought the "tinned brass" custom pizza cutter. Guess I'm not woke enough.
TBH, this level of BS is what I aim for in my meal descriptions, but I guess my lack of ability in this area is why I ended up in journalism(/PR) and not marketing.Handcrafted in Sydney, Australia by Kenny Son of Studiokyss, a remarkable, minimalist pizza wheel design that adds a twist of playful sophistication to any pizza experience. The delicately curved brass handle is fastened to an 80mm wide wheel of tinned brass. The textured, rough glow of the tin, simple and traditional in both application and aesthetic, combined with the unique, open handle design, and superb functionality, make this pizza tool a gift not to be forgotten, and a favorite object in the kitchen.
PayPal allows loading cash at select stores through the app, FYI.Would love to know what's so 'remarkable' about that pizza cutter.... apart from the US$265 asking price. And if I brought that home my SO would make sure it was never 'forgotten'. In fact I'd probably never be allowed control of a CC again.
Yeah... Prices for Shigs and Kato (especially Kato) has gone up so much to the point where I can no longer pull the trigger. I really wanted the Kiritsuke Kato, but the price is just way too high for just a Kasumi knife. I remember I got my Damascus 240 Gyuto for just around $900ish USD years ago.Prices for Shig's have gone up a LOT. Over $1420 excl tax for a 210 Wa Kitaeji
Maybe Ma_sha has shown us the light
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