When the spinach revolts and the tomatoes spearhead a rebellion, you will need warriors to quell them. With this Spartan Knife Block, you are assured that a legendary wielder of the sword and shield is in your corner.
This is Sparta
If you know your Hollywood, then you would agree with me that the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear about Spartan warriors is Zack Snyder’s 300 movie. Gerard Butler put in a top-notch performance as King Leonidas which still remains dear in our hearts. The movie also graciously gave us unforgettable memes like “Spartans, what is your profession?” and “This is Sparta”. The good old days, right?
Tell you what; with this Spartan Knife Block, you can reimagine the events of the war against the Persians right on your kitchen counter. The only issue with that might be that blood would not be spilled. Oh wait, that’s actually a good thing.
A sturdy shield
The Spartans cherished their shields a lot as they served as a dependable guard against enemy attacks. In a similar way, this knife block is a dependable knife holder. You can rely on it to keep your knives (and maybe swords) in place and in good condition. This shield can hold up to six knives of different sizes. Surely, you can’t have more knives than that, can you?
This Spartan Knife Block is made of wood. Each intricate curve and line is designed to make the Spartan imagery as real as possible. And quite frankly, it manages to achieve this feat. If you have a thing for artistic expressions or you generally fancy handcrafts, this Knife Block will definitely delight you. It is a great addition to your kitchen especially if your home decor has an ancient theme.
Knives and tales
As far as conversation starters go, nothing beats this. One look at this knife holder is enough to stir up discussions about Sparta – especially about their society and how boys started training to be warriors from a very young age.
And when your kid’s kids are around, it makes it easy to segue into a story about your past. You’d tell them how you and other warriors, outnumbered 1000 to 1, fought valiantly till the end.