Del Ben Primitive Knife

Dec 17, 2014

Category: Food

Back when Grog needed to cut up his freshly killed wooly mammoth for that night’s dinner in the cave, he used – we believe – a single piece of rock. Times have changed, but man’s desire to slice up his food with one simple cool tool remains.

The Del Ben Primitive Knife from Italian designer Michele Daneluzzo draws its inspiration from those Stone Age instruments as it’s crafted from a single petal-shaped piece of stainless steel. A contoured top ridge serves as the ergonomic handgrip making it perfect for dissecting your meats, veggies, and more. The knife is 8 3/4” x 2 3/4” and weighs 9.7 ounces. The pricey ($250) package includes a stainless steel stand and is available in matte finish. [Purchase]

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