Handle Spoon in matt steel
For Kay Bojesen, there was no such thing as easy solutions. The functionalist in him was always searching for the perfect design; not for the design in itself but for the function. He studied his own son Otto’s fledgling attempts at handling the large cutlery and saw him reaching for things and using his hands as tools, and he applied these observations to the Loop Handle Spoon. Its short, looped handle makes it easy for the child to eat porridge by itself. When the child outgrows the Loop Handle Spoon, it can be used for measuring tea, adorning the sugar bowl or making nice, round scoops of vanilla ice cream.
Kay Bojesen got the idea for the Loop Handle Spoon when he saw how his son Otto struggled at the dinner table. Like with all children, there was a lot of fumbling, spilling and frustration at mealtime, mainly because of an awkward piece of cutlery.
Kay thought there had to be a functional solution to the problem. And there was. The Loop Handle Spoon is easy to grip and guide to the mouth. Once the youngest outgrow the Loop Handle Spoon, it is good for measuring out tea or even for scooping ice cream.
Matte stainless steel cutlery, 9 cm