AKINOD | 3-Piece Cutlery Set in Blue Mosaic
AKINOD | 3-Piece Cutlery Set in Blue Mosaic
AKINOD | 3-Piece Cutlery Set in Blue Mosaic
AKINOD | 3-Piece Cutlery Set in Blue Mosaic
AKINOD | 3-Piece Cutlery Set in Blue Mosaic
AKINOD | 3-Piece Cutlery Set in Blue Mosaic
AKINOD | 3-Piece Cutlery Set in Blue Mosaic
AKINOD | 3-Piece Cutlery Set in Blue Mosaic

AKINOD | 3-Piece Cutlery Set in Blue Mosaic

AO1M-019

Regular price $59.95
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Summertime blues

"We are mosaics. Pieces of light, love, history, stars...
glued together with magic and dust and words"                                     -Anita Krazzan

This Blue Mosaic set features a sharp geometric pattern executed in cool blue hues. It’s such a strong design statement, you could use it as inspiration to collect a whole colour-themed picnic set.

Sustainability on the go

Ditching plastic cutlery doesn’t mean eating your salad with a clumsy bamboo spork. Saying no to disposable utensils becomes second nature when you carry around this nifty, French-designed three-piece set.

Highly pragmatic, universal, and super-sleek, it’s ready to use whenever you buy food on the go, have a picnic in your local botanic gardens, take your prepped lunch out of the work fridge, chow down at a food court or take out a snack on a bushwalk.

You can eat elegantly while playing your part in ending single-use cutlery, keeping plastic waste out of the environment, and taking hygiene into your own hands. Just choose a design to your taste.

Clever magnetic design

Each piece — spoon, four-prong fork and a knife with micro-serrated edge, in a cotton carry bag — is thoughtfully designed and engineered to be light and comfortable in the hand, while a clever system of magnets keeps the set safely together and prevents losing a precious component.

Want to be inspired further by blue mosaics? Check out this blog by Mosaico about Morocco's blue city. Absolutely stunning.

Materials: Stainless steel, polymer

Dimensions: 18 x 3.3cm

Cutlery made in China and France

Designed, printed, and assembled in Akinod's Paris, France workshop