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Maintain Your Knives

Top 5 Gift Ideas for 2021

 

1. Japanese Steel KniVES by Kamikoto

Handcrafted from premium Japanese steel, Kamikoto's knives are used by Michelin Star Chefs around the world. Perfectly balanced and extremely sharp, Kamikoto knives are the perfect gift for anyone serious about their kitchen tools.

Each Kamikoto knife is handcrafted from Japanese steel, and comes in a wooden box for safekeeping and storage. Kamikoto's Black Friday offers are now available while supplies last – get 40-86% OFF + Free Shipping.

 

 

2. The GIFT OF "HISTORIC MAIL"

Most of our parents or grandparents were affected by WWII. The war holds memories of comradeship, influential leaders, harrowing memories, hope, prosperity, and love. Almost eight decades ago, that war became one of the most devastating in modern history and ravaged landscapes worldwide. Historians from Historic Mail have painstakingly created a beautiful collection of letters that provide a rich journey through the words of Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Edison, Winston Churchill, and other historical figures. Explore their hopes, fears, and letters from their lovers as they navigate war-torn lands. Letters will arrive by post for 10, 25, or 52 weeks with a short narrative describing the historical context and a transcript of the handwritten letters.

10 weeks of letters $59.99
25 weeks of letters $159.99
52 weeks of letters $249.99

This is the perfect last-minute gift – you can print the gift certificate and present it to your father within minutes, and he won't be any the wiser!

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3. Parker Pens

Parker pens have been around since 1888. Interestingly, the company wasn't intentional. George Safford Parker was a telegraphy teacher (long-distance transmission of messages using signaling technology). To supplement his meager income, he sold pens for the John Holland Pens Company; his students quickly became his loyal customers. Occasionally, these pens would malfunction, and Parker felt obliged to fix them. He became so overwhelmed with pen repairs; he invented his version of the fountain pen. The rest is Parker pen history. 2021 marks the centenary of the iconic Parker Duofold. "At a time when the world was filled with black pens, PARKER made a bold statement with its emblematic red finish which paved the way for many more colours including Lapis Lazuli, Jade Green, and Mandarin Yellow."

$1040.00 plus shipping

Shipping is usually processed within the same day.

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4. Hair Care

Pomade is a waxy hair styling product made from basic ingredients, namely petroleum, beeswax, lanolin, and some fragrance. It was popular in the early to mid 20th century and would hold styles such as the pompadour, slick back, and side part. Although today's water-based products tend to be more popular than the original waxy products, dozens of new pomade companies make classic pomades that provide the same slick hold and texture. Pomade.com stocks great products, including Dapper Dan, Teddy Boy Original, Prospectors Gold Rush Pomade, Gents Grease, Railcar Pomade, and Layrite Super Shine.

From $15.00 plus postage

Super quick service, with shipping processed the same day.

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5. Aluminum suitcaseS by sterling pacific

Established 1907 in Reno, NV, Sterling Pacific makes uncompromising full-aluminum suitcases. Sterling Pacific travel cases feature Impact Bearing Ridges on the front and back of the case, as well as full-grain Italian leather handles, handcrafted from leather by an independent tannery based out of the small town of Chiampo in the Italian region of Veneto.

"The World's Most Luxurious Carry-on"
-The Pilot Who Explores

"No expense has been spared throughout the construction of the suitcase"
-Hinton Magazine

 

Kamikoto knives – A THOUSAND YEARS OF CRAFTSMANSHIP

Kamikoto Knives recently won the award "Best Japanese Steel Knives" by the Global Brands Magazine.

Learn more about Kamikoto behind this link.