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Alessi Antechinus Cheese Knife

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Alessi Antechinus Cheese knife cuts both soft & hard cheese and lets you spike it to get it to your plate. It’s also the world’s most outrageously named cheese knife.

The knife is made from a single piece of mirror-finished stainless steel. The blade is sharpened... Read More

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Eligible Perth same day metro orders received before 11 am Mon-Friday travel via Fastway Couriers,

West Australian regional and interstate orders are despatched via Australia Post E-Parcel (with insurance & tracking). WA regional orders should arrive within 2-3 days ; elsewhere in Australia within 3-5 days,

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Perth’s logistics companies are based around the Airport, so some coastal suburbs (hello Cottesloe and Fremantle), places deeper north (Joondalup) and south (Mandurah) can expect NEXT DAY delivery – with orders placed right up to 3pm.

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Alessi Antechinus Cheese knife cuts both soft & hard cheese and lets you spike it to get it to your plate. It’s also the world’s most outrageously named cheese knife.

The knife is made from a single piece of mirror-finished stainless steel. The blade is sharpened on both sides, and it’s curved at its butt end so it stands on its blade. This also makes it feel beautiful to hold (favouring right handers, though).

Whilst the Antechinus is released under the banner of Italy’s great Alessi company, the design is the work of Tasmanian metals designer Anita Dineen. She was raised on a farm near Launceston, and reckons she wanted to be a wool classer before falling in love with working metal.

Anita’s named her knife after a little mouse-like marsupial common in regional Tasmania. She thinks her knife looks like an Antechinus. That’s where the resemblance ends, though, because the little male Antechinus famously has a twelve-month life cycle before literally shagging itself to death. Honest.

Dimensions :  L = 19cm , h = 4.5cm , w = 2cm

Delivery

  • $10 Flat Rate Total Postage
  • Free Postage over $200
  • Buy Now, Pickup Instore Available

Eligible Perth same day metro orders received before 11 am Mon-Friday travel via Fastway Couriers,

West Australian regional and interstate orders are despatched via Australia Post E-Parcel (with insurance & tracking). WA regional orders should arrive within 2-3 days ; elsewhere in Australia within 3-5 days,

We love overseas orders, but The Good Store only delivers to addresses within Australia.

CAN I GET SAME DAY PERTH DELIVERY(Mon-Fri only, it doesn’t cost any more)

 

Perth’s logistics companies are based around the Airport, so some coastal suburbs (hello Cottesloe and Fremantle), places deeper north (Joondalup) and south (Mandurah) can expect NEXT DAY delivery – with orders placed right up to 3pm.

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Alessi Antechinus Cheese knife cuts both soft & hard cheese and lets you spike it to get it to your plate. It’s also the world’s most outrageously named cheese knife.

The knife is made from a single piece of mirror-finished stainless steel. The blade is sharpened on both sides, and it’s curved at its butt end so it stands on its blade. This also makes it feel beautiful to hold (favouring right handers, though).

Whilst the Antechinus is released under the banner of Italy’s great Alessi company, the design is the work of Tasmanian metals designer Anita Dineen. She was raised on a farm near Launceston, and reckons she wanted to be a wool classer before falling in love with working metal.

Anita’s named her knife after a little mouse-like marsupial common in regional Tasmania. She thinks her knife looks like an Antechinus. That’s where the resemblance ends, though, because the little male Antechinus famously has a twelve-month life cycle before literally shagging itself to death. Honest.

Dimensions :  L = 19cm , h = 4.5cm , w = 2cm

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