Kobo Aizawa's stylish Cutlery.
Kobo Aizawa focused on making cutlery as art objects rather than functional pieces. They succeeded spectacularly, winning a place in the permanent design collection of museums worldwide, including MoMA in New York. The cutlery is made from stainless steel, coated and fired with an epoxy resin to provide a fine finish.
This is very delicate products, so we recommend to wash them individually with soft sponge and washing liquid by hand. However, with extensive use this coating may come off.
Stainless steel with black double coating.
素材：18-8 ステンレス エポキシ樹脂塗装
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