NeoLithicCeramic Cooking Knives Cooking knives have evolved over thousands of years to become specialized in shape, precision and functionality, creating the need for a variety of designs that seem to have
different purposes. NeoLithic knives are inspired by the shape of Stone Age tools for a more back-to-basics approach to chopping, cutting, scraping, mincing and scooping. Many of the knives kept in museums are still sharp and work perfectly well today thanks to their utilitarian shape and material. The knives can be turned to allow for a sharp or blunt blade and are manufactured in ceramic - the modern refinement of stone - giving them the edge over their Bronze Age cousins.
Designer . Matthias Kaeding