Designed for the minimalist home by Graf Studio, which is based in Osaka, Japan, this comparatively compact flatware set was inspired by observed vignettes in nature: floating ripples of water, searing rays of sunlight, seedlings growing and reaching. The rounded forms and soft angles of the spoon, knife and fork tines are balanced by straight edges at the ends of the handles. The subtle but sophisticated design has been recognized with a Good Design Award and a Red Dot Design award. The flatware set was produced by Tsumbame Shinko, a metals manufacturer founded in 1919.
This flatware set is dishwasher safe.
Graf Studio of Osaka, Japan is collective made up of architects, product designers, carpenters, furniture craftsmen, artists and cooks. These partnerships and working relationships allow the studio to create goods that are not only well-designed, but also highly functioning. Many of their products are inspired by gardens and the outdoors, as Graf believes that Mother Nature supplies the best materials as well as being the most expert designer.
Stainless steel flatware set. Compact size designed for the minimalist home. Designed by Graf Studio of Japan and produced by a metals manufacturer founded in 1919. Each set includes one dinner knife, fork and spoon. (more info)
Spoon: 7" long (18 cm)
Knife: 8.2" long (20 cm)
Fork: 7.8" long (21 cm)
- Each set includes one knife, fork, and spoon
- Comparatively more compact than most silverware
- Shapes and lines inspired by nature
- Award-winning design
- Manufactured by a metals company founded in 1919
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