Ferro Forma — Cheese Tools in Stainless Steel
A set of three handcrafted stainless steel Cheese knives.
Carefully crafted, they play on the manipulation of a single flat sheet of metal through a combination of folds, to create a functional and intriguing piece of cutlery - a deceptively simple structure for the simple pleasure of savouring cheese.
The Cheese Tools are perfect for cutting into a gooey camembert or smoky cheddar, even spreading dips onto crisp crackers. Contemporary and architectural in design, they are a stunning accompaniment to you cheese platters and perfect for food lovers.
The set includes three knives, a hard cheese knife, a soft cheese knife and a spreading knife.
Presented in a gift box
Ferro Forma is a metalsmithing workshop run by creative duo Alison Jackson and Dan Lorrimer, based in Wigwigly/Braidwood, NSW. Specialising in handcrafted, small batch edition objects they combine their shared expertise to create contemporary jewellery, flatware and vessels. Using a wide range of traditional and modern metal-forming techniques they pair fine hand skills with hand machining and complex industrial processes, using machinery that spans from the 1850s to today - blending old-world making with contemporary design.
Jackson completed a Bachelor of Arts in Gold and Silversmithing with Honours in 2008, and began her independent studio in 2013. Lorrimer completed a Bachelor of sculpture in 2009 and established his own studio in 2011. The duo joined forces creating Ferro Forma in 2021 and were part of Select for Melbourne Design Week, 2022.
Material: Stainless steel
Dimensions: approx. 21cm each