Biodegradable Cutlery by Qiyun Deng

Qiyun-Deng-tablewareThe folks over at have an amazing article about biodegradable cutlery designed by Qiyun Deng. This conceptual design is not only biodegradable but also looks like actual vegetables and fruit. This disposable tableware is made of bioplastic PLA which can be used by 3D printers to generate this amazing cutlery.

Please go over to the full article and check out the great photo gallery. Functional, political and beautiful art at it’s best.

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Everyday Carry Cutlery – G Series 52 Gram Cutlery Set by Baladéo

Baladéo g series cutleryWe really like Everyday Carry Cutlery around here and this set by Baladéo is very sleek looking.

It comes in a mesh carrying case with an aluminum carabiner. With a quick attach system and liner lock it totals a paltry 52 grams.

Made of stainless steel with a 2.95 inch (7.5 cm) blade it includes a fork, spoon, can opener and bottle opener.

It snaps together and folds up into a small little package. This would be perfect for camping, picnics and hiking. And would be handy in the lunch room as well.

 Baladéo 52 Gram Cutlery Set Knives & tools




Gorham Ribbon Edge Flatware

gorham ribbon edge flatwareWe have reviewed Gorham products before and they are known for good value with good products. This ribbon edge cutlery has a nice look. Made of tarnish resistant dish washer safe 18/10 stainless steel it is also a good bargain.

Consisting of a setting for twelve people each with a five piece place settings which includes a fork, knife, spoon, salad fork and teaspoon. But wait there’s more, also included is a five piece Hostess set which has a cold meat fork (won’t work with hot?), tablespoon, pierced tablespoon, sugar spoon and butter knife. But if you call now we’ll also include 12 extra teaspoons and 12 cocktail forks!

To be clear, this is not the frosted set. Word on the frosted set isn’t great, tarnishing issues sadly.

 Gorham Ribbon Edge 89-Piece Flatware Set


Gigodesign Woodware Utensils

Gigodesign woodwareMonday’s posts on The Cutlery Review are as usual reserved for the funny or stylish and today it’s all about style. Sadly, once again this style is not within our grasp (pun intended). This sleek, functional and eco-friendly set of utensils from Gigodesign don’t seem to be available for sale.

The fork, spoon & spatula can be stored on a metal surface (like a fridge, wall mount or knife bar) via embedded magnets. If I could buy this, I would probably use them everyday. I wonder if I could carve my own set….