Matthias Kaeding Goes Caveman With Neolithic Ceramic Knives

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jul 7, 2009 • References: kaedingnyc & yankodesign
We’re going back to the Stone Age in culinary art with the Neolithic Ceramic Cooking Knives. This original (not technically) is an exact replica (also not technically) of one of the most important tools back in the beginning of our civilization.

The point of the Neolithic Ceramic knives are to get back to the basics of chopping, cutting, scraping, mincing and scooping, just like at the dawn of time.

The knives come with a blunt, smooth end while the other rocks a decently sharp blade (kind of a blade). 21st century has nothing on the cave dudes. Stats for Stone Age Cooking Revival Trending: Older & Chilly
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