Primitive Knife by Michele Daneluzzo for Del Ben

Primitive Knife by Michele Daneluzzo for Del Ben

Primitive Knife by Michele Daneluzzo for Del Ben

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Michele Daneluzzo wanted to go back in time and recreate a kitchen tool that looked like one our ancestors would have used. A prehistoric knife made of stainless steel: the Italian designer aimed to restore the intrinsic relation between men and utensils, generating a piece of cutlery that shaped as a sharpened pebble stone.

Instead of a common handle, this knife has a straight crest that allows a firm and secure grip. The utensil’s shape slims and widens producing a sharp cutting edge. Daneluzzo’s product, branded after the cutlery house Del Ben, evokes early flint cutting, which gives combines great results and incredible aesthetics for an undeniably modern kitchen.

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