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Branch Knife Rack

German design house BuchholzBerlin, have given a new meaning to the magnetic knife rack. Designed especially for metal kitchen utensils, they are using Germany locally grown wood branches as knife racks; the result is quite astounding. You may choose from three different sizes which include the small unit with 3 super strong magnets, the medium with 4 magnets or the large with 5, enabling you to hold the same number of knives on it. Each unit is unique with the naturally grown effects on the branches. Think outside the box and get your knives out of the drawer with this original rack.



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