Set out your hors d'oeuvres with a touch of Old World design. Using time-honored techniques, artist Steven Bronstein hammers recycled steel to produce an eye-catching cheese spreader that harkens back to the bygone days of blacksmithing. Handmade in Vermont.
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Working out of an old dairy barn in Marshfield, Vermont, blacksmith Steven Bronstein has been creating functional and sculptural ironwork with his team for over 30 years.At the forge you will see both the traditional and contemporary tools available to the modern blacksmith. His designs strive to blend the primitive charm of ironwork with the energy and interest of more contemporary design. Relying on the qualities that make iron such a beautiful material, Steven's pieces are both delicate and rugged. Steven celebrates this aspect of his art and looks forward to all of its possibilities.
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I bought this piece as a part of a matching set from this company, to match a flatware set I already own. This is a neat-looking piece than will hardly leave the drawer. This little spreader is essentially doing the same job as a butter knife minus the sharpness. Applying a soft cheese or jelly on a platter for guests is mostly what I'd use this for. I'm sure I'll get compliments on the design, but for the price, I wish there was a bit more to it.
My sister has other pieces by the same artist and requested this spreader. She is the "hors d'oeuvres queen" and will put it to good use. It is a beautiful handcrafted piece.
I use it for cheeses. I love unique items and this is perfect!!!!
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Set out your cheese plate in Old World style with this hand forged spreader, made from recycled steel.
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