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Macerated Dining Utensils
Mend Dinnerware Unbalances Your Meals, Making it a Challenge to Eat


By: Elise Ying-Hei Ho (Star) Oct 2, 12
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The Mend Dinnerware looks like it’s taken quite a toll. Designed with intentional raggedy edges and uneven sewing patterns, these porcelain dishes are a unique way to serve your delicious soups. Just be careful which edge you are aiming for or you might spill.

Your guests will probably wonder if this was a pottery class gone wrong, which is even funnier, but they’ll soon realize that the bowls and plates were crafted this way on purpose. Plus, if these dishes were ever to be accidentally dropped or broken by anyone, they could be fixed and repainted and it would seem like a perfect part of the design. The Mend Dinnerware gives eating a little more playfulness without the rigidity of proper meals, though users should be warned that spillage is almost definite with children. Not fun.



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