In the right hands, reclaimed goods, regardless of their original purpose, can be transformed into something once again desirable. Case in point: Chelsea Miller Knives. The stunning knives are crafted in Brooklyn from old horse grooming supplies. And while we have little experience grooming horses, we have plenty dicing onions and prepping meals, and these knives are exactly what we want for the job. Using old farrier’s rasps and other pieces, Chelsea Miller crafts kitchen tools that actually pull double duty: not only can they slice and dice, but the teeth of the rasp are left on to grate ginger, garlic, and other items. Miller, who began the work after her blacksmith father became ill five years ago, can’t keep up with the demand for her kitchen tools—you know they’re good when Eleven Madison Park comes calling—so you’re going to have to be willing to wait if you want one.