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  • Georg Jensen - Alfredo Eggcup & Horn Spoon
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    Georg Jensen - Alfredo Eggcup & Horn Spoon
    It gets harder to be individual nowadays. The horn spoon by Georg Jensen introduces a hint of traditional luxury back into the modern world and contrasts it with the stainless steel eggcups. Alfredo Häberli designed the horn made eggcup for the Danish manufacturer Georg Jensen. The typical style of the designer was mixed with tradition and innovation: The classically grained material reminds us of past times, while the tranquil and clear shape suits modernity. Moreover the horn, nacre or bones spoon are preferred nowadays for breakfast eggs, since metal or silver spoons influence the taste of the eggs. The processing out of natural horn makes the spoons unique, since no grain is equal to the others. This is how the unusual cutlery pieces from Georg Jensen are a method of proving individuality on really unusual ways. Stainless steel and natural horn: A noble contrast The eggcups contrast the spoons: Sometimes the small things make our everyday nobler. The Alfredo eggcups from Georg Jensen are such objects, since they attract attention even though they are inconspicuous. Alfredo Häberli created a worthwhile place for every breakfast egg with the collection named after him, which also includes these eggcups. Eggs will get the attention they deserve. Georg Jensen produces the small design eggcups out of polished stainless steel, in order to make them also suitable for nobler served tables.
  • Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
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    Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
    New York was designed by Henning Koppel for the world exposition in New York in 1963. The clear lines and the flowing, curved forms did not only give recognition to Henning Koppel, but he has also been awarded with the ID-prize, the ultimate design award in Denmark. The simple beauty of the cutlery is the trademark of the designer Henning Koppel, who is considered a design icon through its silver made shaping, at the same time. New York consists of stainless 18/8 steel and the mat edition of the cutlery does especially reinforce its plain elegance.
  • Konstantin Slawinski - Join Cutlery
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    Konstantin Slawinski - Join Cutlery
    Cutlery has to be stick. Join from Konstantin Slawinski is more than a knife, a fork, a spoon. This unusual cutlery is jewellery for the table. The mysterious stuck mechanism is fascinating. But not everyone manages it immediately to make useful eating instruments out of the sculpture. A little dexterity and eyes could be necessary. But don’t bother: nobody starved with this puzzle by now. But some dishes have got cold because the cutlery made of long lasting high-tech-synthetic was too fascinating. The unusual design from the Join Cutlery originated from the Hanover design Team Ding3000. Bitte beachten Sie unsere Informationen zur Entsorgung.
  • Auerhahn - Vitto Fish Cutlery
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    Auerhahn - Vitto Fish Cutlery
    Under the name Vitto come at Auerhahn attractice cutlery in a giftbox. The cutlery by Vitto convinces through its long shape and the elegant bended outside lines. The matt stainless steel, out of which the cutlery is made, lays nicely in the hand and looks very elegant. Thereby it redeems itself and inserts in every ensemble. The Vitto cutlery by Auerhahn are the ideal present for every occasion. Vitto is made of matt stainless steel 18/10. The products of the cutlery series Vitto comes in a giftbox by Auerhahn. Bitte beachten Sie unsere Informationen zur Entsorgung.
  • Auerhahn - Vitto Steak Cutlery
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    Auerhahn - Vitto Steak Cutlery
    Under the name Vitto convinces at Auerhahn attractive cutlery in a gift-box. The cutlery by Vitto convinces through its long shape and the elegant bended outside lines. The matt stainless steel, out of which the cutlery is made, lays nicely in the hand and looks very elegant. Thereby it redeems itself and inserts in every ensemble. The Vitto cutlery by Auerhahn are the ideal present for every occasion. Vitto is made of matt stainless steel 18/10. The products of the cutlery series Vitto come in a gift-box by Auerhahn. Bitte beachten Sie unsere Informationen zur Entsorgung.
  • Rosti Mepal - Optima Soup Ladle
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    Rosti Mepal - Optima Soup Ladle
    The robust Soup Ladle out of the Optima Collection by Rosti Mepal is made of nylon and is therefore safe to use in delicate pans with non stick coatings. Made in the Netherlands, the kitchen utensil is dishwasher safe, stands out due to its good handling and allows perfect serving of soups, dressings and many more. Therefor, the Optima Soup Ladle by Rosti Mepal becomes an utensil that you don't want to miss in your kitchen. Additionally to the great functionality, Rosti Mepal did not miss out on a perfect design as well: because of the anthracite working part that is combined with an high-contrast, coloured grip, the high-quality Optima Soup Ladle also looks appealing. As a matter of course, the Optima Soup Ladle by Rosti Mepal is heat resistant as well as dishwasher safe.
  • mono-a sets of cutlery
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    mono-a sets of cutlery
    Compile your set of cutlery individually or choose between one of the various mono-a sets. The mono-a series offers numerous premium cutlery sets – from 4-part to 30-part, from salad cutlery and carvers to simple dinner cutlery. The mono philosophy is simple: 'Table culture of a good form”. The fabrication of extraordinary design products at mono is of a long and continuous tradition. The results are convincing. It is worth collecting mono because these products call home every place where high demands for form and function express an individual lifestyle.
  • Iittala - Mango Cutlery
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    Iittala - Mango Cutlery
    Food for the thoughts. Nanny Still got inspired by the Mango-cutlery series, while an India vacation in the 1970s, when she saw a mango-fruit for the first time. The result was an innovative cutlery series, which bodied the traditional table silver the large-minded optimism of the time. The soft and round design made of matt brushed, stainless steel reflects the soft and simple shape of the mango-fruit and was trend-setting for a multiplicity of other cutlery-series. The Mango Cutlery can be used for every occasion, because it can be mixed with several different table arrangements. A very good addition to the Mango-cutlery series offer the Collective Tools Serving Cutlerys by Iittala.
  • mono-a dessert cutlery
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    mono-a dessert cutlery
    The rules for dessert cutlery are uncomplicated and informal. Some desserts can be eaten easily with a spoon, others with a fork. Additionally there are personal skills of holding a piece of cutlery less complicatedly. The use of dessert cutlery is therefore handled very flexible. Among the mono-a dessert cutlery you find a dessert / soup bowl spoon, which ideally fits every dessert, as well as a dessert / pastry fork and a dessert knife. Numerous awards and exhibitions in several countries made the mono-a cutlery well-known. Today it is the most-sold German post-war design cutlery.
  • Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
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    Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
    New York was designed by Henning Koppel for the world exposition in New York in 1963. The clear lines and the flowing, curved forms did not only give recognition to Henning Koppel, but he has also been awarded with the ID-prize, the ultimate design award in Denmark. The simple beauty of the cutlery is the trademark of the designer Henning Koppel, who is considered a design icon through its silver made shaping, at the same time. New York consists of stainless 18/8 steel and the mat edition of the cutlery does especially reinforce its plain elegance.
  • Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
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    Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
    New York was designed by Henning Koppel for the world exposition in New York in 1963. The clear lines and the flowing, curved forms did not only give recognition to Henning Koppel, but he has also been awarded with the ID-prize, the ultimate design award in Denmark. The simple beauty of the cutlery is the trademark of the designer Henning Koppel, who is considered a design icon through its silver made shaping, at the same time. New York consists of stainless 18/8 steel and the mat edition of the cutlery does especially reinforce its plain elegance.
  • Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
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    Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
    New York was designed by Henning Koppel for the world exposition in New York in 1963. The clear lines and the flowing, curved forms did not only give recognition to Henning Koppel, but he has also been awarded with the ID-prize, the ultimate design award in Denmark. The simple beauty of the cutlery is the trademark of the designer Henning Koppel, who is considered a design icon through its silver made shaping, at the same time. New York consists of stainless 18/8 steel and the mat edition of the cutlery does especially reinforce its plain elegance.
  • Mono - mono-a Fish Cutlery
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    Mono - mono-a Fish Cutlery
    Designed in 1959 by Prof. Peter Raacke, the mono-a cutlery revolutionised the tables all over the world. By avoiding any design elements, which used to belong to the exuberant embellishment in earlier days, Prof. Peter Raacke lay the foundation for modern industrial design of everyday objects. At the beginning, mono-a was punched out of a single piece of stainless steel, a so-called monoblock; therefore this demonstrative name. Today the knife consists of two kinds of steel: the handle is made of rustproof stainless steel, the blade of high-quality hardened steel. In 1959 this cutlery was classified as avant-garde, but nowadays it is a real classic because mono-a combines noble design with the highest processing quality. Numerous awards and exhibitions at home and abroad popularised the mono-a cutlery. Today it is considered as the most sold German design cutlery of the post-war era. In this category you can find the fish fork and the fish knife from the mono-a cutlery series.
  • Stelton - cake knife / -server
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    Stelton - cake knife / -server
    Erik Magnussen designed the cake knife / -server for Stelton. With this handy cutlery you can cut and slice pie and cake pieces and serve them in one step. The designer Erik Magnussen combined apparent brilliance and practical benefit creating an unusual design object with this product. With the cake knife / -server no longer two tools have to be used in order to cut and serve cake and pie slices. Thanks to the design by the designer of the legendary Stelton Vacuum Jug the cake knife / -server from Stelton fits into the ambience refined and sleek.
  • Carl Mertens - Worpswede (stainless steel) Serving Cutlery
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    Carl Mertens - Worpswede (stainless steel) Serving Cutlery
    Worpswede was designed by the Solingen designer Manfred Schick. Its timeless, discreet shape awakes memories of a classic modernism of the 30s. Worpswede is able to seem modern and makes every set table more beautiful. This cutlery series is made of 18/10 stainless steel. Worpswede is available in the version "duotone" and it is dishwasher safe.
  • Carl Mertens - Worpswede (stainless steel) Cutlery
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    Carl Mertens - Worpswede (stainless steel) Cutlery
    Worpswede was designed by the Solingen designer Manfred Schick. Its timeless, discreet shape evokes memories of the classic modernism of the 30ies. Worpswede does also seem modern and makes every set table more beautiful. This cutlery series is made of 18/10 stainless steel. Worpswede is available in the version "duotone" and is dish-washer safe. More details: Special Offer: The 24-pieces and 30-pieces cutlery Worpswede in a gift box is only available while stocks lasts for the unbeatable offer of 299,- Euro or rather 349,- Euro!
  • Carl Mertens - Worpswede (stainless steel) Cutlery
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    Carl Mertens - Worpswede (stainless steel) Cutlery
    Worpswede was designed by the Solingen designer Manfred Schick. Its timeless, discreet shape evokes memories of the classic modernism of the 30ies. Worpswede does also seem modern and makes every set table more beautiful. This cutlery series is made of 18/10 stainless steel. Worpswede is available in the version "duotone" and is dish-washer safe. More details: Special Offer: The 24-pieces and 30-pieces cutlery Worpswede in a gift box is only available while stocks lasts for the unbeatable offer of 299,- Euro or rather 349,- Euro!
  • Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
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    Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
    New York was designed by Henning Koppel for the world exposition in New York in 1963. The clear lines and the flowing, curved forms did not only give recognition to Henning Koppel, but he has also been awarded with the ID-prize, the ultimate design award in Denmark. The simple beauty of the cutlery is the trademark of the designer Henning Koppel, who is considered a design icon through its silver made shaping, at the same time. New York consists of stainless 18/8 steel and the mat edition of the cutlery does especially reinforce its plain elegance.
  • Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
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    Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
    New York was designed by Henning Koppel for the world exposition in New York in 1963. The clear lines and the flowing, curved forms did not only give recognition to Henning Koppel, but he has also been awarded with the ID-prize, the ultimate design award in Denmark. The simple beauty of the cutlery is the trademark of the designer Henning Koppel, who is considered a design icon through its silver made shaping, at the same time. New York consists of stainless 18/8 steel and the mat edition of the cutlery does especially reinforce its plain elegance.
  • Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
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    Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
    New York was designed by Henning Koppel for the world exposition in New York in 1963. The clear lines and the flowing, curved forms did not only give recognition to Henning Koppel, but he has also been awarded with the ID-prize, the ultimate design award in Denmark. The simple beauty of the cutlery is the trademark of the designer Henning Koppel, who is considered a design icon through its silver made shaping, at the same time. New York consists of stainless 18/8 steel and the mat edition of the cutlery does especially reinforce its plain elegance.
  • Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
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    Georg Jensen - New York Cutlery
    New York was designed by Henning Koppel for the world exposition in New York in 1963. The clear lines and the flowing, curved forms did not only give recognition to Henning Koppel, but he has also been awarded with the ID-prize, the ultimate design award in Denmark. The simple beauty of the cutlery is the trademark of the designer Henning Koppel, who is considered a design icon through its silver made shaping, at the same time. New York consists of stainless 18/8 steel and the mat edition of the cutlery does especially reinforce its plain elegance.
  • mono-a - Cheese Fondue Fork
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    mono-a - Cheese Fondue Fork
    Designed in 1959 by Prof. Peter Raacke, the mono-a cutlery revolutionised the tables all over the world. By avoiding any design elements, which used to belong to the exuberant embellishment in earlier days, Prof. Peter Raacke lay the foundation for modern industrial design of everyday objects. At the beginning, mono-a was punched out of a single piece of stainless steel, a so-called monoblock; therefore this demonstrative name. Today the knife consists of two kinds of steel: the handle is made of rustproof stainless steel, the blade of high-quality hardened steel. In 1959 this cutlery was classified as avant-garde, but nowadays it is a real classic because mono-a combines noble design with the highest processing quality. Numerous awards and exhibitions at home and abroad popularised the mono-a cutlery. Today it is considered as the most sold German design cutlery of the post-war era. In this category you can find the cheese fondue fork from the world-famous mono-a cutlery series.
  • mono - mono-a Salad Cutlery
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    mono - mono-a Salad Cutlery
    Designed in 1959 by Prof. Peter Raacke, the mono-a cutlery revolutionised the tables all over the world. By avoiding any design elements, which used to belong to the exuberant embellishment in earlier days, Prof. Peter Raacke lay the foundation for modern industrial design of everyday objects. At the beginning, mono-a was punched out of a single piece of stainless steel, a so-called monoblock; therefore this demonstrative name. Today the knife consists of two kinds of steel: the handle is made of rustproof stainless steel, the blade of high-quality hardened steel. In 1959 this cutlery was classified as avant-garde, but nowadays it is a real classic because mono-a combines noble design with the highest processing quality. Numerous awards and exhibitions at home and abroad popularised the mono-a cutlery. Today it is considered as the most sold German design cutlery of the post-war era.
  • Carl Mertens - Neocountry Cutlery Set
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    Carl Mertens - Neocountry Cutlery Set
    The Solingen manufacturer Carl Mertens made the noble-rustic cutlery set Neocountry, especially to be used outside. The single pieces out of high class stainless steel are delivered as a set in a wooden case with practical carrying handle. This is how the uncomplicated transport from the inside to the outside emerges. Cutlery for six people is fast transported with the Neocountry set. The products of the Neocountry collection by Carl Mertens are perfectly suitable for inside and outside and they therefore represent Mediterranean lifestyles: living on the balcony and the garden with high tableware demands. All of the items of the shapely Neocountry series are made to look gorgeous outside, but also inside of the house The high class stainless steel cutlery set is made by hand and it is dishwasher safe.
  • Georg Jensen - Alfredo Horn Spoon
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    Georg Jensen - Alfredo Horn Spoon
    To be individual becomes more and more difficult. The big spoons by Georg Jensen gring a hint of traditional luxury back to the modern world. Alfredo Häberli designed the horn made egg spoons for the Danish manufacturer Georg Jensen. The designer achieved in connecting tradition with innovation in his typical style: The classic grained material reminds us of past times, while the quiet and clear shape also suits into contemporaneous times perfectly. Moreover horn, nacre or bones are considered the best materials for breakfast cutlery, since metal or silver spoons often influence the taste of the meals. Every horn spoon is a unique piece because of the processing out of natural materials, since not one grain is like another. This is how the unusual cutlery pieces by Georg Jensen are a way of proving individuality on a really unusual way.
  • Alessi - "Caccia" Dessert Cutlery
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    Alessi - "Caccia" Dessert Cutlery
    The cutlery series was named after the designer Luigi Caccia Dominioni. He was born in Milan in 1913 and made his diploma at the Faculty for Architecture at the Politecnico in Milan in 1936. In the same year he started his working in Venice in cooperation with Livio e Pier Giacomo Castiglioni and won zje award of the School of Vimercate. His activities in the category of the Industrial Design made him to a pioneer at the VII. Triennale in Milan, because of the series of radios, which he designed with the brothers Castiglioni. The cutlery series "Caccia" can be seen at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, it was designed in 1938 by Luigi Caccia Dominioni and Livio e Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. This plain, adorable tableware has been produced by Alessi since 1990 and is since then a topseller. This plain, adorable tableware has been produced by Alessi since 1990 and is since then a topseller.
  • Pott Besteck Pott - Modell 25 Tableware
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    Pott Besteck Pott - Modell 25 Tableware
    Reluctance and modesty characterize this clear divided cutlery forms. In comparison to more curved, more voluptuous form-speaking of the 50er it appears almost purist in the absolute scarcity of the form elements. Carl Pott wrote about this cutlery to a friend: 'it should become a totally well-behaved, conventional pattern with which one can spoon, fork and cut.” The awarding of the Estate Prize North Rhine Westphalia for this cutlery was one of the highlights of the Carl Pott artistic career. The awarding jury called his design 'exemplarily work because of the simple timeless forms”.
  • Pott Besteck Pott - Model 32 Table Cutlery
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    Pott Besteck Pott - Model 32 Table Cutlery
    Carl Pott was very convinced of the maxims of Werkbund and Bauhaus: the aim of all design efforts should in general be simplicity, utility and material adapted workout. For every one of his cutlery series, Carl Pott had a specific idea and expectation to himself. This cutlery model bribes with its soft appearance. At the lower end of the handle a weak oval curving of the area enriches the design. When light falls in the differently modeled surface will vividly show the effect. Also this tableware out of stainless steel makes every meal a festive event.
  • Konstantin Slawinski - Join Cutlery
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    Konstantin Slawinski - Join Cutlery
    Cutlery has to be stick. Join from Konstantin Slawinski is more than a knife, a fork, a spoon. This unusual cutlery is jewellery for the table. The mysterious stuck mechanism is fascinating. But not everyone manages it immediately to make useful eating instruments out of the sculpture. A little dexterity and eyes could be necessary. But don’t bother: nobody starved with this puzzle by now. But some dishes have got cold because the cutlery made of long lasting high-tech-synthetic was too fascinating. The unusual design from the Join Cutlery originated from the Hanover design Team Ding3000.
  • Carl Mertens - Worpswede (stainless steel) cutlery sets
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    Carl Mertens - Worpswede (stainless steel) cutlery sets
    Worpswede was designed by the Solingen designer Manfred Schick. Its timeless, discreet shape awakes memories of the classic modernism of the 30s. Worpswede is able to seem very contemporary and makes every set table more beautiful. This cutlery series is made of 18/10 stainless steel. Worpswede is available in the version "duotone" and is dish washer safe. More details: Special offer: The 24 pieces and 30 pieces table cutlery Worpswede in a gift box is now available as long as stock lasts for the unbeatable special offer of 299,- Euro or rather 349,- Euro!
  • Auerhahn - Vitto Egg Spoon in Gift-box
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    Auerhahn - Vitto Egg Spoon in Gift-box
    Vitto describes attractive cutlery delivered by Auerhahn in a gift-box. The cutlery by Vitto convinces by long shapes and the elegantly bent outside-lines. The matt stainless steel out of which the cutlery is made of, lays nicely in the hand and looks very elegant. Thereby it perfectly suits in every ensemble. The Vitto cutlery by Auerhahn are the ideal present for every event. Vitto is made of matt stainless steel 18/10. The products of the cutlery series Vitto come in a gift-box by Auerhahn.
  • Officina Alessi - "Ceci n'est pas une Treulle" Cake Server
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    Officina Alessi - "Ceci n'est pas une Treulle" Cake Server
    At the cake server design „Cesi n’est pas une treulle” star designer Philippe Starck has set his fantasy and creativity free. An object emerged that naturally has everything a good cake server should have. The special something, as usual, comes from Starck’s exceptional designs. Apparently the 'Ceci n’est pas une treulle” cake server reminds us of a trowel as craftsmen and constructors use it. This is not by chance, its name 'Ceci n’est pas une treulle” proves it, it means as much as 'This is not a trowel”. Philippe Starck used the design of a famous instrument, the trowel, and brought it to a different area, with 'Ceci n’est pas une treulle”. The functional use has thereby been slightly modified, but when one thinks about the trowel appearance, nearby a question emerges: why did nobody else have this idea before? Regarding its quality, it is a wonderful cake server without a doubt. Not only the name Alessi stands for this, but also the high quality proceeding out of stainless steel and maple wood.
  • Georg Jensen - Arne Jacobsen Breakfast Cutlery
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    Georg Jensen - Arne Jacobsen Breakfast Cutlery
    Arne Jacobsen created a future oriented and minimalist cutlery in the year 1957 that is more contemporary than ever today. The cutlery has initially been designed for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. By the time it came out, it was highly disputed. The clear lines are connected with the craftsmanship to a form that lies comfortably in the hands. The slim forms and the scarce contours of Arne Jacobsen have made the model a classic. The Arne Jacobsen cutlery has been shown in Stanley Kubrik’s 2001 'A Space Odyssey” and other futuristic films. It became one of the most famous Georg Jensen Cutlery with the passing of the years. Arne Jacobsen is made out of matt stainless steel.
  • Auerhahn - Vitto Salat Cutlery
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    Auerhahn - Vitto Salat Cutlery
    Under the name Vitto convinces at Auerhahn attractive cutlery in a giftbox. The cutlery by Vitto convinces through its long shape and the elegant bended outside lines. The matt stainless steel, out of which the cutlery is made, lays nicely in the hand and looks very elegant. Thereby it redeems itself and inserts in every ensemble. The Vitto cutlery by Auerhahn are the ideal present for every occasion. Vitto is made of matt stainless steel 18/10. The products of the cutlery series Vitto come in a gift-box by Auerhahn.
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