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Fishing lures

Eight exceptional essentials for cooking, serving, and eating fish with style

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  • RSVP International stainless-steel eighteen-inch fish poacher with poaching crib is $69.99 at Eli's Vinegar Factory (431 East 91st Street; 212-987-0885) and Eli's Manhattan (1411 Third Avenue, near 80th Street; 212-717-8100).

  • Japanese Global stainless-steel boning knife is $67.99 at S. Feldman Housewares (1304 Madison Avenue, near 92nd Street; 212-289-3961), Eli's Vinegar Factory, and Eli's Manhattan.

  • Bridge aluminum sizzle platter goes from oven (up to 550 degrees) to table on a maple underliner; the platter is $32 and the wood underliner $29 at Bridge Kitchenware (214 East 52nd Street; 212-688-4220).

  • Italian Carlo Giannini Monoblocco stainless-steel fish cradle is $19.95 at Broadway Panhandler (477 Broome Street; 212-966-3434).

  • Raynaud Limoges porcelain Si Kiang fish platter is $610 at Tiffany & Co. (727 Fifth Avenue, at 57th Street; 212-755-8000).

  • Italian silver designer Lino Sabattini's "Palam" silver-plated brass server can hold a whole fillet; it's $175 at Moss (146 Greene Street; 212-226-2190).

  • English Victorian silver-plate fish servers with mother-of-pearl handles are $500 to $800 for fitted-box sets at James II Galleries, Ltd. (11 East 57th Street, fourth floor; 212-355-7040).

  • French Peltex stainless-steel-and-wood spatula is flexible for turning fish; it's $18.95 at Bridge Kitchenware.

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