Cheese knives from Georg Jensen

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Created by Danish designer Helle Damkjaerm for Georg Jensen, the Forma cheese knives are elegant table accessories for your next wine & cheese party.

Made of stainless steel, the Forma knives have fluid forms and fit perfectly the contours of a hand. They are designed to cut various kinds of cheeses:

The smaller one has a short and sturdy handle for a firm grip when cutting hard, crumbly cheeses like Parmesan. Another one has a thin blade with holes which prevent the cheese from sticking to it. It is ideal for soft, creamy cheeses such as Brie and Camembert. The last one is for regular cheeses. It has a long, solid blade with two prongs at the tip to pick up the slice after cutting. Danish Blue, anyone?

We also love the palette-shaped serving board, which also features an organic shape and fits beautifully with the knives.

Photos: Georg Jensen