Primitive Knife by Michele Daneluzzo: Cuttin’ Like A Caveman

Italian designer Michele Daneluzzo wanted to go back, way back into time with his new Primitive Knife. The blade is formed from one piece of stainless steel, leaving it looking like something Grog might’ve used in his cave when carving up the catch of the day. There’s no handle; just grab the smoothed out steel ridge and start slicing. Italian cutlery brand Del Ben is handling production.

Deglon Meeting Knife Set

These knives are just like those Russian matroyoshka dolls–only a wee bit sharper. The Deglon Meeting Knife Set ($740) is made out of premium stainless steel, with each knife fitting inside the other in its steel block case. You get a 3-1/4-inch paring knife, 5-1/4-inch utility knife, 8-inch chef knife, and 8-3/4-inch slicer. Pair these knives up with the dolls and you’re looking at quite the show & tell presentation, my friend.