10 Cutlery Designs You Have Never Seen Before
Spoons. Forks. Knives. The essential tools used to eat most of your meals. Wouldn’t it be nice to see something new for a change? Check out these strange and uniquely designed eating utensils that will change your dinner table or simply impress your guests.
Shape/Form by Lukas Peet
Canadian designer Lukas Peet has created a set of cutlery comprising a silver fork and spoon and a ceramic knife
Ribbon Cutlery by Makoto Yamaguchi
The pieces are meant to relfect ribbon as it is held between the fingers. We don’t know how easy it would be to eat with these, but we could look at them all day long.
Exhausted Cutlery by Kathryn Hinton
Her pieces include lettering on the prongs of forks that correspond with words imprinted in bowls and the Exhausted range (below), where cutlery follows the shape of objects it appears to collapse onto.
Gone Fishin’ Cutlery by Yamazaki
Each piece in this stainless steel collection is whimsically fish-shaped, right down to tail, fins, and eyes, and the pointed tips of the spoon bowls even create little mouths.
Appetize Table Cutlery by Nedda El-Asmar
Inspired by the oval shape of Japanese tea plant leaf, Belgian designer Nedda El-Asmar came up with this beautiful table cutlery design.
Each piece of cutlery is hand crafted into its own unique character.
Wrenchware is 18/10 polished “drop forged” stainless steel, and comes in its own individual blow-molded heavy duty ABS plastic box. |Measures 4.5″ wide by 8.75″ long by 1.25″ high.
Flat Cutlery by Josef Hoffman
Josef Hoffman (1870 – 1956), five pieces from the ‘Flat Model’ flatware service
Bite Silverware by Mark A. Reigelman II
Mark A. Reigelman II has designed this Bite silverware in an effort to help raise awareness of worldwide epidemics such as starvation and obesity.
Natural Cutlery by Clara Del Portillo and Alejandro Selma
Beautiful cutlery set merges traditional silver cutlery with the elegance of wood.
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