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Ribbon Cutlery by Japanese architect Makoto Yamaguchi for Deroll

Ribbon Cutlery by Japanese architect Makoto Yamaguchi for Deroll

 495,00

Made from fine-grade stainless steel, each box contains a knife, fork, and spoon designed to mimic the effect of a ribbon when pinched between the fingers. Initially seen as a novelty, the cutlery is ergonomically designed for comfort.

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3-piece set of “Ribbon Cutlery” by Japanese architect Makoto Yamaguchi (b. 1972) – a divine rarity, no longer in production!

Made from fine-grade stainless steel, each box contains a knife, fork, and spoon designed to mimic the effect of a ribbon when pinched between the fingers. Initially seen as a novelty, the cutlery is ergonomically designed for comfort.

Approximately 193mm long, the knives, while not traditionally serrated, are impressively sharp. Released in Europe in 2006. Part of the 2006 initiative launched at 100% Design in London, the Ribbon Cutlery by Makoto Yamaguchi is a result of the Ribbon Project by Inoue Ribbon Industries in Japan. The design captures the essence of a ribbon using materials like ceramic, stainless steel, and wood.

These are the last 3 remaining boxes, preserved as samples by the UK representative. Though new/unused, some boxes may show minor shelf wear.

Designer: Makoto Yamaguchi 1972
Manufacturer: DEROLL
Name: Ribbon Cutlery
Designed in: 2006
Production: 2006
Made in: Japan
Materials: Stainless steel 18-8
Color: Glossy Stainless

Dimensions:
– Fork: 19.3 cm / 7.6″
– Knife: 19.3 cm / 7.6″
– Spoon: 19.3 cm / 7.6″

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 45 × 25 × 3 cm
FOLD

New: Fork, Knife, Spoon and small Fork, Spoon, Vintage: Fork, Knife, Spoon and small Fork, Spoon

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