Stainless Steel Kitchen and Serving Utensils Five Piece Set, Canape Fork, Cocktail Fork, Olive Spoon, Pate Knife, and Chutney Spoon by Metallic Evolution
John and Heather Zondervan, owners of Metallic Evolution create this high-quality Stainless Steel Appetizer Serving Utensil Set. It includes a canape fork, cocktail fork, olive spoon, pate knife, and chutney spoon.
This collection of unique serving utensils is all cold-forged in high-quality stainless steel. Part tool, part sculpture, these utensils add a new dimension to the act of serving food.
- Handmade in Canada
- Artisan-crafted handmade kitchen serving ware
- Materials: High-quality stainless steel with a hammered leaf accent
Appetizer Fork: 9" long
Canape Fork: 7" long
Cocktail Fork: 6" long
Olive Spoon: 8" long
Pate Knife: 9" long
Chutney Spoon: 7" long
- Dishwasher safe
- Made to order
- Shipping: approximately two weeks
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Due to the nature of handcrafted work, subtle variations are natural.
Metallic Evolution artists John and Heather Zondervan are metalsmiths, who hand forge stainless steel, sculptural home accessories, and jewelry. Their functional work is polished with a rust-resistant finish. Each piece is hand-hammered to contrast with the brightly polished metal. Their sculptural outdoor pieces are made of uncoated steel, for a rust patina effect.
The outdoor collection of work has been specifically designed to be installed and enjoyed indoors and outdoors. Each piece has been made of uncoated steel, which will develop a beautiful rust patina outdoors. Stainless steel spacer pins have been added to the back of each piece. Due to the nature of the handmade process, irregularities in the design or finish are a natural part of the work and enhances its uniqueness.