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Erik Magnussen Cake Knife

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1980s

Condition:

Very Good; gentle wear

Country of Origin:

Denmark

Materials:

steel

Size:

10" L x 2" W

Color/Finish:

gray

Why We Love This

Lovely stainless steel spade-like cake knife and server designed by Erik Magnussen of Stelton in Denmark in 1981. Clever looped handle and asymmetric paddle for wedging directly under the slice. Back of handle is marked "Stelton Denmark."
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Why We Love This

Lovely stainless steel spade-like cake knife and server designed by Erik Magnussen of Stelton in Denmark in 1981. Clever looped handle and asymmetric paddle for wedging directly under the slice. Back of handle is marked "Stelton Denmark."

About What Women Want

What Women Want is guided by the design sense of two sisters who have traveled the world looking for unusual objects that appeal to women.