Matte Black Natural Fiber 5-Piece Utensil Set & Bonus Spoon Rest
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It looks like wood, but it’s actually a wood fiber composite: Ultra-strong, lightweight and great for the environment, too (yep, those fibers come from FSC-certified wood and recycled paper). These sleek numbers can handle heat up to 350F, are dishwasher safe, and are non-porous, meaning they won’t harbor bacteria. Plus, did we mention that they look great? The understated matte black goes with just about anything. Your set includes a small spoon, a large spoon, a slotted spoon, a flat turner and an angled turner (perfect for getting into corners), plus a bonus just because we like you all so much: a smooth, round spoon rest, with a dimple for the spoon handle.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
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