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Amico Kitchen Calabash Shaped Handle Stainless Steel Fruit Peeler Paring Tool by Amico. $3.41. Blade Length : 4cm/ 1.6";Total Size : 13 x 5.5 x 0.8cm/ 5.1" x 2.2" x 0.3"(L*W*T). Color : Silver Tone;Mateial : Stainless Steel. Product Name : Peeler;Suitable for : Fruit and Vegetable. Weight : 21g. Package : 1 x Peeler. Design with calabash shaped handle, convenient to grip. It is can be used to peel vegetables and fruit like potato, carrot, apple, cucumber, etc. Wo...

Amico Kitchen Calabash Shaped Handle Stainless Steel Fruit Peeler Paring Tool by Amico. $3.41. Blade Length : 4cm/ 1.6";Total Size : 13 x 5.5 x 0.8cm/ 5.1" x 2.2" x 0.3"(L*W*T). Color : Silver Tone;Mateial : Stainless Steel. Product Name : Peeler;Suitable for : Fruit and Vegetable. Weight : 21g. Package : 1 x Peeler. Design with calabash shaped handle, convenient to grip. It is can be used to peel vegetables and fruit like potato, carrot, apple, cucumber, etc. Wo...

Amico Stainless Steel Dual Blades Fruits Apple Vegetable Peeler by Amico. $4.75. Product Name : Peeler;Suitable for : Fruit and Vegetable. Color : Silver Tone;Mateial : Stainless Steel. Blade Length : 4cm/ 1.6";Total Size : 12 x 5.2 x 1cm/ 4.7" x 2" x 0.4"(L*W*T). Weight : 25g. Package : 1 x Peeler. Design with hollow out hole handle, it can help you measure round things,arched handle is convenient to grip. It is can be used to peel vegetables and fruit like potato, carrot...

Amico Stainless Steel Dual Blades Fruits Apple Vegetable Peeler by Amico. $4.75. Product Name : Peeler;Suitable for : Fruit and Vegetable. Color : Silver Tone;Mateial : Stainless Steel. Blade Length : 4cm/ 1.6";Total Size : 12 x 5.2 x 1cm/ 4.7" x 2" x 0.4"(L*W*T). Weight : 25g. Package : 1 x Peeler. Design with hollow out hole handle, it can help you measure round things,arched handle is convenient to grip. It is can be used to peel vegetables and fruit like potato, carrot...

Stationery, vegetable block by Ko. Machiyama, via Behance

Stationery, vegetable block by Ko. Machiyama, via Behance

The salad servers belong to the Human collection: the result of the partnership between the French designer Bruno Moretti and Michelin-starred chef Guy Savoy. This partnership stems from their joint passion for research, quality materials and harmonious presentation. The delicacy and softness of vegetables are reflected in the design of both pieces of cutlery, designed for the presentation and serving of dishes, respecting the texture and fragility of the ingredients.

The salad servers belong to the Human collection: the result of the partnership between the French designer Bruno Moretti and Michelin-starred chef Guy Savoy. This partnership stems from their joint passion for research, quality materials and harmonious presentation. The delicacy and softness of vegetables are reflected in the design of both pieces of cutlery, designed for the presentation and serving of dishes, respecting the texture and fragility of the ingredients.

Stationery, vegetable block by Ko. Machiyama, via Behance

Stationery, vegetable block by Ko. Machiyama, via Behance

Agricola is a series of design products based on criteria of low CO2 emissions and use of available local resources. The products are made of waste coming from the production and consumption of fruit, vegetables, cereals. By using a selection of that medium, treated with different natural bonds (such as LATEX, DAMMAR Gum and Gamboge) it's possible to produce clean and mouldable materials that would least in time and quality between 8 and 10 years.

Agricola is a series of design products based on criteria of low CO2 emissions and use of available local resources. The products are made of waste coming from the production and consumption of fruit, vegetables, cereals. By using a selection of that medium, treated with different natural bonds (such as LATEX, DAMMAR Gum and Gamboge) it's possible to produce clean and mouldable materials that would least in time and quality between 8 and 10 years.

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