GP0|#5c782e1b-f416-4bb8-8099-01d6099fc017;L0|#05c782e1b-f416-4bb8-8099-01d6099fc017|Watershed;GTSet|#373e2367-d428-41f7-8845-779fe6b0af3fThat initial observation occured in London, around 2005. I realised that neither myself or any of my other flatmates were eating with knives. We all sat with a plate in one hand and a fork in the other. https://www.facebook.com/aaronkearneydesign/<p>​What started out as a simple observation has evolved into an ever growing dining experience.</p>Shop F61, Watershed<img alt="" src="/sites/waterfrontcontent/Home%20Page%20Images/Aaron%20Kearney%20design%20595x220%20a.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Aaron Kearney DesignGP0|#e01dc74b-0de0-4926-aeeb-eb67718fb81b;L0|#0e01dc74b-0de0-4926-aeeb-eb67718fb81b|Portswood Garage;GTSet|#66350d48-bdbd-451d-ba1b-946c4cbd3b47<img alt="" src="/sites/waterfrontcontent/Home%20Page%20Images/Aaron%20Kearney%20design%20265x180.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><img alt="" src="/sites/waterfrontcontent/Home%20Page%20Images/Aaron%20Kearney%20design%20132x107.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><img alt="" src="/sites/waterfrontcontent/Home%20Page%20Images/Aaron%20Kearney%20design%20132x107b.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />021 4087600https://twitter.com/edgeceramicsGP0|#5b3a004c-d2e7-4261-adca-dbe035e6b5bc;L0|#05b3a004c-d2e7-4261-adca-dbe035e6b5bc|Art, Decor and Homeware;GTSet|#01ea5f03-4e62-4b20-b4f5-e1fbf43cc654;GP0|#9aa3e2bb-2346-410e-83c6-7568a51df27e;L0|#09aa3e2bb-2346-410e-83c6-7568a51df27e|Speciality, Curios and Giftswww.aaronkearneydesign.comN/AShop At The V&A Waterfront | Aaron Kearney DesignWhat started out as a simple observation has evolved into an ever growing dining experience.<img alt="" src="/sites/waterfrontcontent/Home%20Page%20Images/Aaron%20Kearney%20design%20meet%20the%20maker%20265x180.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Aaron Kearney<div class="ExternalClass97E2631DC1074A7196403415B744EBBF"><p>​I wanted to design a plate with an integrated straight edge. This would allow you to push food <br>onto your fork.  Hence the phrase...<br>“you don’t always need a knife”.</p></div>1