Butter-Up Knife

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Description

The Butter-Up Knife is designed to make it easier to spread cold butter on toast. This handy knife takes a block of butter and turns it into ribbons that are then much easier to spread across your bread without tearing it.

Designed and tested by a group of self-proclaimed “butter enthusiasts”, who prototyped a plethora of models before finally settling on a design that features a wide blade with built-in grater for maximum butter-to-bread surface area.

  • Clever butter knife with in-built grater
  • Makes butter easier to spread…or can be used to make decorative ribbon curls!
  • Designed by Sacha Pantschenko, Craig Andrews and Norman Oliveria.
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Stainless steel

Brand

MoMA

The Museum of Modern Art New York is devoted to showing some of the world's best in architecture and design.The MoMA store is host to a selection of arguably the world’s leading products and product designers, all hand chosen by their team. Ensuring that every product they represent fulfils their vision of good design, the products are always inspired by the modern and contemporary art we all know and love, that lives within the museum. Their collections include the iconic Raawii vases, bowls and jugs which are inspired by the colour palette and minimalist compositions of Danish modernist artist Vilhelm Lundstrøm. Designed by Nicholai Wiig-Hansen, the collection is informed by Hansen's signature focus on shape being informed by function. This fusion of modernist artworks and contemporary design is at the heart of MoMA's selection of products, and the result is an offering of timeless and thoughtful items that will enrich and bring joy to art and design lovers of any age.