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I just want to cast my vote for Sabatier cutlery. The ones you want are the "Commercial Sabatier" and they're not easy to find, but be persistent. Henckels 4-Star handles are poorly finished and have sharp seams that can be very uncomfortable in the hand. I bought an 8" chef's knife because I couldn't find a Sabatier at the time. I hated it. If I'm going to spend $100 on a knife, I'd sure as heck better be happy with it. I returned it and eventually did manage to find a Sabatier. The Sabatier handles are as smooth as a baby's bottom and I love the balance of them. Other than my paring knives, the 6" chef's knife is the one I find myself using most. It's an incredible tool - don't know what I did before I had it.
I just dug around and found some web sources for them, which I had been meaning to do since they're really tough to find in stores. Here are some that look promising: