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love the flatware! what a genius little idea...
oh love these! i have used one in a project... laser cut lace work on metal sheets for wall panelling
That flatware is amazing. I didn't know that Habitat had a website. Brilliant.
THIS is beautiful. Is it easy to wear down you think?
Engraving seems to be making a big comeback...an accepted one, because design is so incredible now. Love these.
absolutely fabulous -- the laser cut lace work sounds beautiful!milly -- that's a really good question. Will do some searching around to find out how long the engraving lasts. Thanks for reminding me to think practically -- it's something I often forget to do :)
all this laser works is fabulous ! I love the 2 spoons !
the flatware makes me smile from ear to ear. How divine! Wouldn't want to use them for eating!
nice photos ! i like this kind of detail !and you have a nice blog. i think i will often check it.have a look at my blog : www.mariesudan.blogspot.com
the flatware is divine...
wow so intricate. Thanks for sharing these. Love your blog.
Anthropologie sells a set of laser etched flatware in their stores and online(http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/catalog/productdetail.jsp?id=78110&navAction=jump&search=true). I bought a set of the serving pieces when I saw them in the store. They were just too beautiful to resist.
Thank you, Marie Sudan – will check out your blog.Sophie – thank you!Tracy Elaine – thanks for the link – the flatware at anthropologie is lovely.
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