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Tirso Standing Spreader Knife

by IPAC

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  • Materials: 18.10 mirror finish stainless steel
  • Care: Wash with warm, soapy water before first use. Dishwasher safe
  • Unique, balanced design
  • Manufactured with a rounded heavy base to stabilize knife
  • Stands upright keeping table and counter mess-free
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 8.5" x 1.5" diameter
  • Weight: 0.5 lb.

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Tirso Standing Spreader Knife

by IPAC

starting at $19.95

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Stand this balancing knife on the table and its weighted base makes it stay straight up—keeping your counter or plate clean. The innovative stainless steel design keeps it close at hand and creates less mess—whether you’re sharing a knife at breakfast or making a gooey PB&J.
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Michael Murray

of IPAC
This balancing knife stays upright and accessible, thanks to its weighted base. Its gravity-defying design removes the need to rest a dirty blade on a plate or counter.

Tidy up your PB&J station, add a touch of ingenuity to the cheese spread at a cocktail party, or make sure no one monopolizes the butter knife at breakfast.

Tirso was designed by IPAC, an 80-year-old Italian company that specializes in stainless steel kitchenware innovation. They named Tirso after the thyrsus, or wand, used by Dionysus in Greek mythology.

It’s the perfect inspiration for this standing knife—it resembles a magic wand and creates less mess.