Retail Scorecard: Cutlery
August 24, 2015,
NEW YORK-That all-important cooking utensil, the knife, was featured last week in sales from J.C. Penney, Kohl’s and Sears.
At J.C. Penney, several Cuisinart knife sets were cut in price. The Cuisinart Advantage 12-piece knife set was priced at $29.99, down from $50, and the Cuisinart Artiste 17-piece knife set could be had for $79.99 (was $160). The Cuisinart 18-piece forged triple-riveted knife set was marked down from $250 to $99.99. J.C. Penney also had J.A. Henckels’ Forged Premio 17-piece knife set for $199.99 (was $410.50), the Yaxell Ran six-piece knife set for $719.99 (was $1,300) and the Oceanstar Contemporary six-piece knife set for $27.99, marked down from $50.
Cuisinart- and Food Network-branded cutlery sets were on sale at Kohl’s. The Cuisinart Graphix Herringbone 15-piece stainless-steel cutlery set was priced down from $179.99 to $129.99, and the Cuisinart 15-piece triple-rivet cutlery set could be had for $119.99 (was $159.99). The Food Network 18-piece soft-grip cutlery set carried a price tag of $79.99, down from $99.99, and the Food Network 12-piece cutlery set was sale-priced at $24.99 (was $49.99). Also at Kohl’s, the Chicago Cutlery Insignia 18-piece cutlery set was marked down to $199.99 from $249.99, and the Rachael Ray Cucina six-piece cutlery set could be had for $152.99, down from $179.99.
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