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Drawer Knife Tray Storage for 14

J.K. Adams Ash Wood for Kitchen Cutlery & Sharpening Steel

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Drawer Knife Tray Storage for 14 The best storage system for fine kitchen cutlery is still the wooden storage block. If that's not an option you like, J.K. Adams does make alternative systems like this 14-knife storage tray made from American ash. The tray fits an average kitchen storage drawer and doesn't even require much space. With this tray, your knives will be within easy reach, and you'll still have complete use of your counter top.

Only 17 inches by 9-1/2 inches by 2-1/2 inches deep, the tray should leave much of the drawer available for other tools while keeping your good knives organized, safe, and sharp. Natural, oiled ash wood resists splitting and wicks away moisture which could harm your knives' blades. Knives store in two alternating rows with the larger knives towards the front of the drawer and the smaller blades in the back row of slots.

This large, in-drawer tray holds 6 large knives and 8 smaller ones plus one sharpening steel. Many different brands of cutlery should fit. Just make sure the drawer is large enough to accept the tray, and that the depth of the drawer is at least 3-1/4 inches. That should be plenty of room to clear the handles when the drawer closes. The storage tray will hold carving, santoku, chef's and bread knives, but oversized blades like cleavers will need a different home.

Storage trays should be oiled occasionally, and it's always good practice to dry knives before putting them away.

For a different style of in-drawer storage, see the J.K. Adams Maple Knife Tray.

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