Asian dinner utensils are awesome. I've always said that I want to be a ceramic engineer in Asia because the don't have to worry about metal marking problems (no knives at the table).   The table relies on the chopstick and the spoon, Designer Aïssa Logerot has come up with an evolutionarily design, combining the two. 


I have to admit, that I do have some reservations about the design. It seems like the spoon might fall off the end of the chopsticks, and that long handles does not suit how porcelain spoons are handled. None-the-less, this is a pretty interesting design. 


I'm going to take off for the Holiday, but I'll be back next week.

Please, be safe, warm, and don't drink and drive. 
I hope everyone has a wonderful Holiday!


jimgottuso said...

happy holidays matthew, thanks for the endlessly interesting posts

Linda Starr said...

I kind of like the spoon. You have amazed, entertained, shocked (not really) and got me thinking with your blog, thanks so much and happy holidays to you and your family.

tkceramics said...

Creative but they are usable? Anyway, they are so nice, impressive to be a gift.