This stainless steel set of chopsticks and spoon looks very nice. It’s a set of cutlery that is the Korean Sujeo style.
Besides the really cool checkerboard design there is something else that makes this set a little different. It’s the classic Korean “square” style for the chopsticks. Not the rounded ends you might see on regular chopsticks. These are flat handled and square. This design make for easier eating of noodles and other foods as the edge catches the food better. That top end of the handle is used to serve food to other guests or to transfer your own to your bowl or plate. And the spoon is actually used for eating rice, which makes more sense to me. And one last difference is they are shorter than usual as well at 8.5 inches long and 1/16 inch thick.
I really want to try these as I’ve found the traditional rounded chopsticks don’t work well for Soba noodles. Anyone tried these?
Stainless Steel Chopstick & Spoon Set
From Kensington is the International Silver 51-Piece Flatware Set. This cutlery is made with 18/0 stainless steel which has a lifetime limited warranty. It’s dishwasher safe but don’t put it next to carbon steel in the washer or you might get rust spots.It has a classic design with the horizontal bead pattern at the neck and base of each handle.
This 53-piece set is a service for 8 that includes 5 each of: fork, salad fork, spoon, teaspoon, knife and black handle steak knives. And also a serving set of tablespoon, pierced serving tablespoon, cold meat fork, sugar spoon and butter knife.
International Silver Kensington 53-Piece Flatware Set, Service for 8
This guy likes cutlery, maybe in a different way than you and I. He loves to make sculptures out of flatware. 28-year-old Edward Cartwright from Stourbridge, England started these works in college. He buys a lot of the cutlery he uses from charity shops.
To quote Edward about his use of the fork, knife and spoon as media for his art: “I am interested in blurring the line between the industrial and organic, leading to pieces that are both humorous and eerie.”
Check out more photos and the full article at Express & Star
Sometimes you need to treat yourself. Sometimes spending a little extra is worth it. Sometimes you just want the best for yourself. Well, this cutlery from Ricci called “Leopardo” is a real treat.
It has 10 microns of 24 karat gold plating which gives it an amazing mirror finish. This of course means hand wash only please and it’s worth the effort. This is a 4 place setting which consists of dinner fork, salad fork, tablespoon, teaspoon and knife.
Treat yourself to something nice to eat with this wonderful set of flatware.
Leopardo 20 Piece Flatware Set