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You may also select to pick-up any order at the Average Showroom — located at 1081 Queen St. W. in Toronto — during checkout at no charge.
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A multipurpose cutting tool intended to live on your desk, always within reach. Inspired by the Japanese kiridashi knife, but with a form factor closer to a writing tool, the Desk Knife is elemental and satisfying to use.
Size 5.25" x 5/8" D
Material Solid Stainless Steel
Weight 4.5 oz
Origin Milled in Wisconsin. Finished in NYC.
New York, USA
Craighill aims to create distinct and useful objects for your person and home. Their products encompass a wide range of materials and functions, unified by a design philosophy that marries efficiency and exploration. Personal curiosity, industrial experimentation, and basic utility are the primary creative drivers behind Craighill.
They strive for honest and precise manufacturing - much of which occurs in their New York studio. It is their belief that a well-designed product should be perfectly functional, and also tell a story about its creation and potential.