Cut and serve cake in one simple step. The Magisso deservedly took the RedDot Design Award for 2010 because it works as good as it looks.

While sitting and drawing on Lake Näsijärvi’s rocks one sunny day, Scandinavian designer Maria Kivijärvi realized that for all the excitement these days over developments in kitchen and tableware design, that great tool of celebrations remained as old fashioned as ever. So Maria reinvented the wheel, er, cake server. Use it on just about any cake. A fantastic gift for the host with the most or a wedding. Dare we say, it’s one tool that makes serving a “piece of cake.”

The Magisso Cake Server won a Red Dot Award in 2010 for their amazing, amazing, amazing design– here’s a kitchen utensil that has two very specific functions that fit seamlessly into one another. The cake server acts as a knife that cuts out entire slices of cake at a time; you simply cut the cake in the size you prefer, give the tongs a light squeeze to grip the sides, and then you can lift out a perfect slice to put on your plate.

The server comes in simple stainless steel or four colors: Pure Black, Fresh Lime, Deep Purple and Snow White. From the Magisso website:

“Magisso Cake Server is a perfect centerpiece for every party, wedding and graduation setting. The beautifully designed and functional Cake Server is an ideal gift with the space for inscriptions and engravings. The Magisso Cake Server is made of mirrored high quality stainless steel and it is suitable for every kind of cake. The Magisso Cake Server is designed in Finland by Maria Kivijärvi.”

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