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Created by designer Mari Isopahkala for Marimekko, the Konkkaronkka flatware is designed with simplicity and innovation in mind. Each piece in the place setting is slightly unmatched from the other pieces, making these items a distinctive, charming addition to a tabletop that look cohesive, while discordant enough to be different than typical flatware. The Konkkaronkka is available as a complete place setting, which includes a dinner fork, knife, coffee spoon, and dinner spoon, or the items can be purchased separately. Each item features etchings located on different parts of the utensil, as well as the Marimekko stamp.
Dinner Fork: 7.87" L
Knife: 8.22" L
Dinner Spoon: 7.67" L
Coffee Spoon: 5" L
Complete set includes a dinner fork, knife, coffee spoon and dinner spoon.
Items in the set can also be purchased individually.
Founded in 1951 by Armi Ratia and her husband, Viljo, Marimekko is a Finnish company that designs and manufactures high-quality fabrics and tableware, as well as clothing, bags, and other accessories. Characterized by saturated colors and bold patterns, Marimekko’s products are strong and visually striking, but they do not exclude delicacy or softness. Rather, Marimekko’s designs exist on a line between hard and soft, inspired by both urban elements and natural ones, and by tradition and modernity. Although founded over sixty years ago, Marimekko remains relevant, as it promotes a timeless quality. Fashion and design may have short-lived trends, but Marimekko encourages its designers to create textiles and products that endure, both physically and visually.
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