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12 German-Made Kitchen Essentials

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 27, 2014 01:04 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Dec 26, 2014

The BMWs and Mercedes of the precision kitchen world, courtesy of the Germans. Here's a dozen kitchen tools, storage containers, and cleaning supplies we're currently coveting. Kitchen Tools Above: The Famos Vegetable Peeler is $12 from Kiosk in NYC. N.B.: It's currently out of stock but expected back in.  Above: From venerable German company Wesco, the Wesco Grandy Bread Box (bottom shelf) is available in red for $79.95 at Williams-Sonoma. (The Wesco Grandy Bread Bin  is also at Amara in a range of colors for $129.). A Glass and Stainless Steel Bread Box  (not shown) is $99.95 at Williams-Sonoma. UPDATE: A sharp-eyed reader pointed out that while these products are designed in Germany, they are manufactured in China. Above: Stainless steel Kitchen Scissors made by the 275-year-old J.A. Henckels company; $110 from Kiosk. Above: The Wagenfeld Tea Pot , designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld in 1931 and manufactured by Jenaer Glas, is €135.90 ($166) from Connox. Above: A favorite with European hoteliers, the Alfi Thermal Carafe is available in three sizes from Williams-Sonoma; prices start at $199.95 for the small size. Above: Messermeister Knives are made of carbon steel alloy using the original hot-drop, hammer-forged manufacturing process. We especially like the knives in the Oliva Elite series , which feature Italian olive wood handles (prices start at $74.95 for the Spear Point Paring Knife ). Above: The Oil/Vinegar Drizzlers are made of laboratory glass by Jenaer Glas; €31 ($38) for the small and €36 ($44) for the large from Manufactum. The design was singled out in the Remodelista book in the Remodelista 100, our roundup of favorite everyday things. Lookalike  Glass Cruets  are available from Chef's Planet starting at $12.50 Cleaning Above: The German-made Wesco Singleboy 3.4-Gallon Trash Can is $129.95 at Crate & Barrel. Above: The German-made Dustpan and Broom Set by Redecker is $68 at the Joinery. Above: The dark galvanized metal Redecker Wash Bucket is £12.50 ($19.95) for the large size from Pentreath & Hall. Above: The German-made Maier Nonstick Pan Cleaning Brush is $4.50 from Williams-Sonoma. Are you as obsessed with everyday objects as we are? See: Display-Worthy Brooms  and  Object Lessons: Classic Brooms The Last Trash Bin You'll Ever Buy Cans from a Cleanliness-Obsessed Nation Dustpan No. 1 The Humble Cleaning Cloth 10 Easy Pieces: Countertop Paper-Towel Holders And gardeners, have a look at  10 Easy Pieces: Potting Shed Brushes  and our favorite  Indoor/Outdoor Tool Sets . This post is an update. The original ran in March 2014 as part of our Kitchen Composition issue. More Stories from Remodelista 11 Kitchen Islands Gone Glamorous 5 Favorites: The Indispensable Grill Pan The World's Most Beautiful Dutch Oven (by Way of SF)






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