Chinese style, with square handle and round, non-tapering tip. No lacquer, for superior grip.
Each chopstick is hand carved, so there will be slight variation in shape.
In use at Benu, a 3 Michelin star restaurant in San Francisco.
As with all wooden utensils, hand wash only. The high heat of a dishwasher may cause warping over time.
Sold as a pair. If you buy 1, you will get 1 pair = 2 chopsticks. Minimum order of 2 pairs.
|Size||25 cm long, 5 mm diameter tip, 7 mm wide handle|
Why does a menswear shop sell chopsticks?
I enjoy eating Asian food, and it's hard to find quality chopsticks. I set out on a quest to find the best chopsticks, and why not offer them to my customers too?
My parents have a set of ebony chopsticks that they received as a wedding gift, which are now over 40 years old. I grew up using those chopsticks and my parents still use them everyday. Forty years ago, this kind of craftsmanship was common in China, but now sadly, is rare. Working with one of the last workshops engaged in hand carving ebony, I designed these chopsticks after my family's set.
As with all wooden utensils, hand wash only. The high heat of a dishwasher may cause warping. It takes less than 30 seconds to wash by hand, so this shouldn't be a burden. Do not soak in water for longer than 10 minutes, as this may cause warping.
No oils or additional care needed. My family has a set of ebony chopsticks that have been used everyday for over 40 years that still look great.
We accept returns on unused items within 60 days of the date the item was delivered. Items must be in resellable condition. Please contact us first.
Items may be tried on but we cannot accept returns on items that have been worn longer than that. Washed items cannot be returned.
Free US return shipping
For customers in the US, we'll send you a prepaid return shipping label.
International return shipping
For customers outside the US, see returns page.