Primitive knife pays tribute to the flint cutting tools of the Stone Age

Primitive knife

With this ingeniously designed stainless steel knife dubbed Primitive, Italian designer Michele Daneluzzo pays tribute to the Stone Age when the early humans made tools with stone. The one petal-shaped steel knife bears a close resemblance to the flint cutting utensils from the Stone Age. Daneluzzo created this knife while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.  Interestingly, the Primitive knife has no handle like your regular knives.

Instead, there is a subtle ridge that along the thicker top of the blade that enhances the grip. The stone tools-inspired knife enjoys a slim shape towards the front and bottom, which accounts for the sharp cutting edge. Available in polished or blasted steel, the Primitive knife can be stored upright on the included pebble-inspired stand. Italian cutlery brand Del Ben is producing the Primitive knife.

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