Karri has a form based around simplicity and sophistication. Clean straight lines are balanced with the soft, oval section of the handle. The knives are designed to stand up on the table and plate, without falling over.
Karri cutlery has been awarded the good design award 2008 and can be found in the permanent design collection of the Chicago athenaeum museum of architecture and design.
The Karri tree is a type of eucalyptus tree found in Western Australia and is considered sacred by the aborigines. One of the sacred uses of the tree is the wood is used in the making of the didgeridoo.
Karri cutlery is made using the finest quality 18/10 stainless steel and is available in mirror finish only.