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Mono T Flatware

c. 1960

by Peter Raacke

Mono T flatware VSCO 2

In 1960, The Mono T flat­ware was created as an expan­sion of the Mono A collec­tion by Peter Raacke. The teak­wood flat­ware have handles that are riveted on both sides, making them not safe for dish­wash­ers. The wood finishes offer an attrac­tive contrast to the stain­less steel. The teak wood is very durable and with proper and appro­pri­ate care, it will last for decades. The knife blade is made with hard­ened blade steel that ensures dura­bil­ity. This set can be nicely combined with the Mono A set as well. 

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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