The key to success in the #paleo lifestyle is to consume a great many meats, and the perfect implements for carving roast beast are these Stone Age–inspired slicers from Edge of Belgravia. The lightweight construction makes them easy to command, and the soft, graspable handles won’t punish your paws during marathon cubing seshes. The near-diamond-hard ceramic blades of all five knives—from the chef’s to the santoku—will hold an edge far longer than steel, so you’ll be able to shred through entire steers between sharpenings. Designer Christian Bird says the handsome implements borrow their angles from ancient flint tools, so it’s fitting that he also created a gorgeous sculpture-cum-knife block evocative of a boulder to keep up to 11 blades on free-floating display. Your prehistoric ancestors would be proud.
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