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Tool Set, 10+1

c. 1950

by Peter Raacke

10 1 Set Peter Raacke Mono Cooksand Poets 1

Peter Raack­e’s 1959 Mono 10+1 set proves why his influ­ence lasts into the 21st Century. Each imple­ment — forks for serving and carving; spoons for tasting, serving, sauces, and salads; and carving knife, soup ladle, spatula, and slotted spoon — hang grace­fully from small molded hooks on a hanger bar, offer­ing most ever tool an effi­cient kitchen could need. The forward-facing design contin­ues the legacy of the fifth-gener­a­tion company, beloved since 1895 for cutlery and acces­sories which can take as many 90 steps to fashion and will last more than a lifetime.

Peter Raacke


Born in Hanau, Germany in 1928, Peter Raacke made design history with the Mono A flatware. As a lecturer and professor in Darmstadt, Kassel, Ulm and Hamburg, he influenced many young designers. In 2003, he was honored with the work exhibition "50 Years of Peter Raacke Design" at the German Museum of Technology in Berlin. In 2007, he was awarded honorary membership of the German Designer Club for his life's work. For Mono, Peter Raacke designed the iconic cutlery of Mono A and Mono T.

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