Just one glance at this set of 3D printed flatware and it's hard not to think of the Elven outposts in Lord of the Rings. Unless, of course, you are not a fan of the franchise and have no clue about the stunning metalwork the elves are capable of. Clearly the Francis Bitoni Studio employs a few of these elves. That's the only explanation behind the intricate nature of this 3D printed flatware.
Dubbed Setae Flatware, it is the handle of the each piece that will make people's eyes pop. Made up of thin spiralling strands of metal, the handles come either to a series of points to form a fork, or something much more flat and expansive for the knives and spoons. The 3D printed flatware is finished in sterling silver.
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