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Designed by Kate Chung, this beautiful cutlery set takes inspiration from a unique source—the strong, calligraphic lines of Shou Jing Ti, a writing style created by Emperor Song Hui Zong (1082–1135). The lines on each utensil's handle recall sleek brushstrokes, which are then held in contrast to the shiny, stainless steel ends. Add this striking place setting to your table and adorn your meal with expression and refinement.
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Includes 1 knife, 1 fork, 1 spoon, and 1 coffee spoon. Knife: L 9". Fork: L 8.4". Spoon: L 8.4". Coffee spoon: L 5".
POM, Stainless Steel
Named after the Chinese word for home, JIA invites award-winning international designers to create housewares by exploring and reinterpreting traditional Chinese objects, craftsmanship, and materials. Established in 2007, the Hong Kong-based company has been featured in Wallpaper* and Monocle and counts the National Palace Museum in China among its collaborators.