Neolithic Knives Take Cutting Back To The Stone Age

Designer Matthias Kaeding is looking to the past for design way in the past. His ceramic knives mimic those you might find in a cave during the Stone Age.

And really, why not? It may only be a concept, but if you have ever seen someone cut up meat with a hunk of obsidian or flint you know that ancient tools were wicked sharp. Plus, the fact that many survive today is a testament to durability. Although I think a handle might be in order here. I mean, I don't want to make it too easy to chop my finger off. [Matthias Kaeding via Dezeen via Boing Boing Gadgets]

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