Shamshir Cutlery Better Complements the Common Forms of Crockery

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 21, 2014 • References: & dornob
The designer of the Shamshir Cutlery Set was thinking about the physical characteristics of eating utensils in an unusual yet enticing way. XYZ Integrated Architecture asks why silverwear does not better match the shapes that you typically see in dishes, and why it is slim and linear forms that get placed on either side of circular plates and bowls.

Each piece of the Shamshir Cutlery collection has been made to take a perfect curving shape that accounts for a quarter of a complete ring. The prongs of the fork, the sharp edge of the knife and the scooper of the spoon have all been worked cleverly into the silver material to maintain crisp contours. The implements can be laid out on the tablecloth with their tips touching, creating halos around your crockery. Stats for Arc-Shaped Eating Implements Trending: Older & Warm
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