Made from the tusk of the Siberian Mammoth – These pair of chopsticks cost $1,860

Those with a collector’s penchant would know just how exclusive and rare mammoth tusks are. The precious ivory known to cost millions is now being made available in the form of chopsticks, all thanks to leading tableware and home décor brand- Georg Jensen. The premium cutlery item form’s part of the brand’s much-touted for Acorn collection and is clearly what every crockery hoarder’s dream is made of.

As part of the brand’s luxe sterling silverware ensemble, the Acorn mammoth tusk chopsticks with a silver rest depict Georg Jensen’s organic and timeless design language and the artistic legacy set forth by Johan Rohde since the early 1900’s. The classic Acorn aesthetic displays an understated style with a deep emphasis on shape and form – a visual feat that is also clearly visible in the exotic mammoth tusk chopsticks. Measuring 264 mm with a 55 mm rest, the adorned tableware displays intricate patterns in sterling silver on the tip as well as the accompanying rest.

Touted as one of the best, Georg Jensen’s Acorn collection that once held 220 individual pieces is now limited to only 76 pieces with the precious mammoth chopsticks and rest also forming part of the exclusive cluster. The delicate set retails at € 1.640,00 or $1860 and can be purchased online on Georg Jensen’s official website. For being carved out of authentic Mammoth tusk, the chopsticks are a sweet deal for the given price. You may want to get yours before they stock out!

[Available at:Georg Jensen]

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