Several beautiful sets of stainless steel flatware whose delicate patterns are carved into the utensils by using the latest technological process of 3D laser marking. The pieces are made in Tsubamesanjo Niigata Prefecture, which is known as the eminent home of metal products in Japan.
The newest addition to the line, Chirodori, a herringbone pattern, was designed in collaboration Katsuya Kubokawa:
The following patterns were designed by Hiroki Yoshitomi for Perrocaliente:
Check (which is really a plaid pattern):
Ichimatsu: (which is actually a checkered pattern):
Buy them here
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