Scandinavian cheese knives

Inspired by Scandinavian butter knives, these wood spreaders are minimal, tactile and tablescape-ready. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself using them often, very often—schmears, soft cheeses, butter, jams, pâté all call for a fancy spreader.

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Inspired by Scandinavian butter knives, these wood spreaders are minimal, tactile and tablescape-ready. Carved from wild cherry, each spreader knife features the unique grain from the wood in the velvety smooth surface. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself using them often, very often—schmears, soft cheeses, butter, jams, pâté all call for a fancy spreader.

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Gjetost - Norwegian brown cheese made from goat and cow milk, then caramelized. Very delicious.

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Stunning Georg Jensen Cheese Knives. We have them in stock and ready for you. @www.blomsterdesigns.co.uk

The original cheese slicer invented by Thor Bjørklund in 1925. Bjørklund was a carpenter by profession. He constructed the cheese slicer because of irritation at how difficult it was to cut cheese with a knife. The planers are produced in Lillehammer, and have been for more than 80 years. It has become a classic symbol of Norwegian innovation, quality and design. Materials: Beech handle / stainless steel L9" Made in Norway.

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SALE Scandinavian cheese or fruit knives set in teak wooden block, 70s, teak handles, stainless steel blade, very good condition

Classic Swedish Butter Knife. Hand carved from locally sourced wood and available to buy directly from the maker via TheMakerPlace.co.uk These knives are great for spreading butter or serving soft cheese and are lovely placed next to the butter dish or on the cheese board at dinner parties.

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Uniquely designed Scandinavian cheese slicer with a nice solid handle. The handle has a particularly classic design, lies pleasantly in your hand.

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