The cheese knife by manufacturer Stelton was created and developed by Peter Holmblad in 1979. Several attempts to copy it have been made, but none of them succeeded. The simple straight-line design and the extraordinary quality were never reached.
Since the 1960's the company Stelton has been aiming at producing high-quality table and serving utensils made of stainless steel. From then on, Stelton has been awarded several times with the Industry Prize from the Danish Society for Industrial Design. In addition, many Stelton products can be admired in museums, like in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the British Museum in London and the National Museum for Applied Arts in Munich.
With the aid of two taut steel wires, the Stelton cheese knife cuts soft cheese, which is often too squashy and sticky for the slicer, easily and without any effort in thick or slim slices.
The cheese knife consists of high-quality, matt polished stainless steel and is dishwasher-safe.