fingerfood ring plate by ken goldman
fingerfood ring plate by ken goldman
jul 20, 2008

fingerfood ring plate by ken goldman

finger food can get messy sometimes, when there’s never a serviette handy.designer ken goldman from fred and friends has come up with a solution for this, rather than using a serviette to hold your finger food he has designed ‘fingerfood’ a ring plate. the plate is made from ceramic and comes in a pack of 10. so now you can balance your drink and food at the same time.

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  • that’s just silly. aren’t hors d’œuvre meant to be eaten in one bite? which seems to be just about full capacity for that thing…

    why wouldn’t one just pop it in one’s mouth and then continue tippling rather than precariously balancing this thing on your finger?

    ro says:
  • come on guys…where’s your sense of humor??! they’re great fun! put one on and offer a bit to your friend…! one on each hand! i’m having a PARTY!

    laura k. says:
  • i’m comin’ to YOU’RE party….with some tiny-tidbits for those little plates…CUTE!

    sandy k. says:
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    lighten up folks! isn’t “silly” the point?! a little laughter!! that’s what I want someone to bring to my party!
    very clever!

    dw says:
  • it’s a clever idea, but the food will fall off when you tilt the glass to your mouth.

    john m says:
  • what a clever idea, they’ll be the talk of the party

    Debra W says:

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