Leather Knife Grabber
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Stuck on you.
This leather knife grabber is a life-saver in two ways: it saves countertop space and saves your knives from clanging around a drawer, where the blades will dull and are prone to nicks. This grabber is made by stacking sheets of sturdy blonde leather—the same leather that is used for the heels of shoes—and finished with glinting brass mounting screws. Along with the included drywall anchors, hang it close to your knives’ best friend (a cutting board, of course!), or get a little creative with it and mount the grabber near the front door as a place to collect keys. The grabber is constructed with rare earth magnets that are strong enough to hold your largest, heftiest knife. The natural leather will age and weather over time, creating a lived-in patina unique to your use.
Please note that each grabber will vary slightly, as each piece of leather is unique. Mounting screws and anchors are included.
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Brooklyn, New York
Leather, neodymium magnets, brass screws, plastic drywall anchors
16" L x 0.75" W x 1.5" H
Care & Notes -
Every piece of handcrafted leather is completely unique, and each item’s individual characteristics and color will naturally mature through daily use and exposure to the elements, giving it a beautiful patina. We recommend treating your products with a food grade mineral oil for butcher blocks, which will extend the life of the leather. Please note that water stains may occur when the product gets wet, and color may transfer by rubbing. Care should be taken when wearing white or light colored garments.
Meet the Maker
VIENNA is a leather design studio that was born out of a footwear designer’s love of the food world. Starting with leather knife sheaths for chefs, the studio constantly seeks out ways to balance beauty and practicality in the kitchen. Their designs are proudly handmade in New York City.View Full Profile
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