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  • Georg Jensen - Louise Campbell Dinner Cutlery
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    Georg Jensen - Louise Campbell Dinner Cutlery
    The dinner cutlery from Louise Campbell is pretty without being pretentious. Elegance, pleasant touch and practical utility come together in the cutlery from Georg Jensen. Louise Campbell travels to Georg Jensen’s history by means of emphasizing each small detail and respecting proportions. The Danish-British designer doesn’t fear to emphasize the main utility of the cutlery – being a practical, flexible, modern set of knives, forks, soup spoons and tea spoons. The functionality even encourages children to eat with the Campbell children’s cutlery. Georg Jensen produces the Louise Campbell dinner cutlery in the known quality out of matt stainless steel.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Georg Jensen - Arne Jacobsen Children's Cutlery
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    Georg Jensen - Arne Jacobsen Children's Cutlery
    In 1957, Arne Jacobsen created a futuristic and minimalist cutlery series that is more contemporaneous than ever today. The cutlery was initially designed for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. It was highly discussed when it first came to the market in the year 1957. The transparent lines are connected to the handicraft production forming cutlery that lies pleasantly in the hands. The slim form and scarce contour from Arne Jacobsen has made the model a classic. The Arne Jacobsen cutlery has been shown in the Stanley Kubrik 2001 “A Space Odyssey” and other futuristic films. It became one of the most popular cutlery series from Georg Jensen along the years. Arne Jacobsen is made out of mat, stainless steel.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Alessi - "Mami" Cutlery
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    Alessi - "Mami" Cutlery
    The cutlery series Mami by Stefano Giovannoni for Alessi is the continuance of a successfull history: The Mami-Series started with cooking pots. Now Alessi and Stefano Giovannoni hoisted Mami on a new level. The cutlery by Giovannoni is a grave request with memorable methods, if we think of the „methods“ of the old masters like Castiglioni and Sottsass. But Giovannoni has proved with a lot of engagement and talent, that he understands, to approach the olymp: For the master of the playful design „super and popular“ adopted the ambition, to rank themself into the Alessi-history under the classic masters, with the also made of stainless steel cutlery „Mami“. All cutlery parts are made of stainless steel 18/10, withexception of the knife blade, which is made of steel AISI 420.
  • Carl Mertens - Worpswede (stainless steel) Dessert Cutlery
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    Carl Mertens - Worpswede (stainless steel) Dessert Cutlery
    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 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.
  • mono - mono-a Longdrink Spoon
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    mono - mono-a Longdrink Spoon
    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. This cutlery offers you everything you need for the perfect cocktail party with your friends – cocktail forks or skewers, long drink spoons and tongs for ice cubes. The mono a cocktail fork and mono-a ice tongs are also available on demand, in order to complete the cocktail cutlery.
  • Carl Mertens - Worpswede (stainless steel) Dessert Cutlery
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    Carl Mertens - Worpswede (stainless steel) Dessert Cutlery
    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 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) 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Bodum - Bistro Slottet Spoon
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    Bodum - Bistro Slottet Spoon
    The slotted spoon out of the Bistro series by Bodum makes cooking a real enjoyment: Robust material and easy handling will make a master chef out of everyone. The simplest kitchen tools are often neglected in many households. With the Bistro Gadget-series by Bodum you will be able to cook everywhere – a solid basis as starting kit. The kitchen utensils make life easier: Pancakes won’t fall to the floor if the turner is wide enough, pasta won’t remain watery if they are served with the pasta ladle and cream deserves its name, when the right whisk is used to beat it. And how would a tin-opener be, to cut metal like butter and a pizza wheel for an easier parting? The Bistro Gadget line includes a complete assortment of basic cooking elements. The awarded kitchen devices by Bodum are made out of stainless steel, nylon, rubber, plastic and silicone. Their common characteristic: They are safe – for cooking pots as well as for your hands. Nylon and silicone protect the pots from scratches, and the thick silicone and rubber layer makes the handles slide-resistant. The Bodum Gadget line is available in many vivid colours.
  • Alessi - Domenica Spaghetti Spoon
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    Alessi - Domenica Spaghetti Spoon
    Noodles go directly from the pot to the table with the Domenica spaghetti spoon by Alessi. The collection was designed to use few, but therefore stylish kitchen tools. The basic idea behind the Domenica collection was to create only few, but versatile kitchen tools. The spaghetti spoon can be used to serve meals at the dining table and to cook at the same time, thanks to the clever function and the harmonic design. These virtues of the Domenica collection ensure that few tools are enough for nearly all cooking demands. Thereby elegance is self-understanding: The Domenica spaghetti spoon is wonderfully suitable to the other Alessi Domenica collection tools with the swinging shape and the manufacturing out of stainless steel and polyamide. The collection also includes a spatula, a skimmer, kitchen tongs and a cooking spoon besides casseroles and a wok.
  • Alessi - Domenica Cooking Spoon
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    Alessi - Domenica Cooking Spoon
    The Domenica cooking spoon by Alessi is a multipurpose talent: It can be used as cooking spoon as well as serving spoon. It also looks great on the table thanks to its harmonic design. The basic idea behind the Domenica collection was to create only few, but versatile kitchen tools. The kitchen spoon can be used to serve meals at the dining table and to cook at the same time, thanks to the clever function and the harmonic design. These virtues of the Domenica collection ensure that few tools are enough for nearly all cooking demands. Thereby elegance is self-understanding: The Domenica kitchen spoon is wonderfully suitable to the other Alessi Domenica collection tools with the swung shape and the production out of stainless steel and polyamide. The collection also includes a skimmer, a spaghetti server, kitchen tongs and a spatula besides casseroles and a wok.
  • Take2 Design - Ketchy Sauce Spoon
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    Take2 Design - Ketchy Sauce Spoon
    Ketchy pushes grill sauces and salad dressings amount-adapted and without spilling to your plate! The sauce spoon Ketchy from Take2 Design is an ideal kitchen company. It is perfectly adapted to bottlenecks from 20 mm on and does safely take the desired amount of sauce or salad dressing out of every standard bottle (up to approx. 750 Ml). Without spilling or tilting, Ketchy helps to extract the desired sauces. Simply plunge into the bottle through the bottleneck and instantly the sauce will gather on the small area at Ketchy’s end. Problem-free and especially clean you can now remove the spoon again and spres the sauce on the plates. Both ends from Ketchy can be used. Thereby, the ends have different sizes, so that Ketchy makes the desired helping item available depending on the wanted sauce amount and the size of the bottleneck.
  • Magis Design Magis - A, B, C... Cutlery tray
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    Magis Design Magis - A, B, C... Cutlery tray
    The A, B, C… cutlery tray from Magis is a practical housekeeping aid that emerged from the feather of the star designer Jasper Morrison. Five separated compartments enable that the cutlery parts are properly stored. The three middle compartments are ideally suitable for forks, knives and soup-spoons, while the longest compartment even offers space for cooking spoons or kitchen knives. The smallest and diagonally mounted compartment has the perfect size for tea-spoons or smaller cutlery parts. The design from A, B, C… came from Jasper Morrison. The designer achieved to create a vivid and form-beautiful development for an actually inconspicuous household article for Magis. The A, B, C… cutlery tray from Magis is also available in a translucent blue colour as well as colourless.
  • side by side - Kipp Cooking Spoon
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    side by side - Kipp Cooking Spoon
    Who doesn't know the problem? One stirs the sauce once and lays the spoon on the side and the working are will directly be messy. But the creative side by side souls have designed a solution, the Kipp Cooking Spoon. The Kipp Cooking Spoon has a stainless steel weight at its handle and a silicone ring in the middle. That is how the spoon tilts back and the working area will stay clean. Thanks to the stainless steel at the end of the spoon this one can also be hanged at magnetic bars in the kitchen. The Kipp Cooking Spoon is an extremely interesting example for how design and usefulness are sometimes. The designer Matthias Lehr works in Nuremberg and specialized on the shaping of kitchen and table ware. The Kipp spoons emerged in cooperation with the Caritas workshop Raubling under the side by side trademark.
  • Carl Mertens - Taster Measuring Spoon
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    Carl Mertens - Taster Measuring Spoon
    The Taster Measuring Spoon is the advancement of the original Taster of the designer Axel Wowereit. While the original combined fork, spoon and spaghetti taster, this measuring spoon combines now tea- and tablespoon. With this combination the measuring spoon can be used as dosing for condiments for baking and cooking and offers also the tasting of light sauces and hard foot. With the Taster Measuring spoon the controlable cookie becomes very easy. The idea of a cutlery, which combines different tools on its ends, proved itself already with the original Taster by Carl Mertens. Because of its unique design the Taster got in the famous TV-show "Das Perfekte Dinner" (The Perfect Dinner) the nickname "Glöffel".
  • Carl Mertens - Taster - the Original
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    Carl Mertens - Taster - the Original
    3 In 1 - (spoon for tasting/ fork for tasting/ Spaghetti-taster) The design of the taster is from Axel Wowereit. This cutlery utensil can very good be used for tasting and testing of food while cooking it. On one side there is a tasting spoon, on the other a testing fork. The fork displays itself especially in a smalll hook, which makes it easier to take out the spaghetti out of the boiling water. Because of is unique design the taster got the name "Glöffel" in the German TV-Series "Das Perfekte Dinner" ("The Perfect Dinner". The taster is made of 18/10 stainless steel and is available in a matt brushed version.
  • Spring - fondue fork set Inox
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    Spring - fondue fork set Inox
    The fondue forks Inox from Spring were especially developed for meat fondues. They possess two teeth that have a special form to hold the meat each one. The small barb at the point of the teeth should ensure that the meat-piece stays on the fork inside of the pot. The fondue forks Inox consist of high quality stainless steel 18/10. After the usage they are easily cleanable also in the dishwasher. The design of the forks is slim and elegant. They suit the classical and timeless fondue sets from Spring perfectly. The forks are numbered from 1 to 6.
  • Pott Besteck Pott - Mustard Spoon
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    Pott Besteck Pott - Mustard Spoon
    With the handmade mustard spoon from Pott Bestecke you will serve mustard, spicy sauces or also noble pesto in small tasty portions. And thereby the mustard spoon fulfils the highest demands that underlie the design from Pott Bestecke: ”The cutlery has to sit comfortably in the hand, fulfil its function. It has to be able to hold soup, the knife has to cut, the fork to pierce and one has to be able to record food with it.” This only seemingly simple demand has been pronounced by Carl Pott, the embossing personality of the Pott Bestecke company. He has significantly been inspired by the German Bauhaus and still today the tradition-rich house stands for cutleries that fulfil their function and simultaneously look beautiful. The mustard spoon is also available in an exclusive gift package.
  • Skagerak - Nordic Salad Servers
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    Skagerak - Nordic Salad Servers
    Stylish elegance: The Nordic Salad Servers by Skagerak embody classic tastes with its simplicity. High quality materials such as wood and stainless steel remark origin and elegance. Skagerak presents a re-interpretation of the classic shaping with long shafts and wide blades, with the Nordic Salad Servers. The cutlery is a warm, stylish ensemble because of its simple organic form. That is the reason why it perfectly suits the other products out of the Nordic-series by Skagerak. The wood the servers are made of is FSC-certified, of course. The Nordic salad servers are part of the eponymous series by Skagerak, which also includes a bowl, a serving tray and grill-tools.
  • Carl Mertens - Vitalis Salad Cutlery
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    Carl Mertens - Vitalis Salad Cutlery
    Vitalis was designed by Bibs Hosak-Robb from Munich. In 1999 it was awarded from the German Designer Club (DDC) and is part of the constant collection of the Museum For Applied Arts in Frankfurt. The handles are made of 18/10 chrome-nickle steel, the blades of chrome-molybdenum-nickle steel. Vitalis is dish washer dafe and available in a matt version.
  • Alessi - "Mami" Salad Cutlery
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    Alessi - "Mami" Salad Cutlery
    The cutlery series Mami by Stefano Giovannoni for Alessi is the continuance of a successfull history: The Mami-Series started with cooking pots. Now Alessi and Stefano Giovannoni hoisted Mami on a new level. The cutlery by Giovannoni is a grave request with memorable methods, if we think of the „methods“ of the old masters like Castiglioni and Sottsass. But Giovannoni has proved with a lot of engagement and talent, that he understands, to approach the olymp: For the master of the playful design „super and popular“ adopted the ambition, to rank themself into the Alessi-history under the classic masters, with the also made of stainless steel cutlery „Mami“. All cutlery parts are made of stainless steel 18/10, withexception of the knife blade, which is made of steel AISI 420.
  • Magisso - Cake Server
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    Magisso - Cake Server
    With the innovative Magisso Cake Server it is going to be easier and more stylish than ever to divide and serve a piece of cake. The cake server from the designer Maria Kivijärvi pleasantly rises from other common cake servers because of its swung design. After her own statement, the designer has searched for a totally new functionality and appearance for the long unaltered cake server design for this product. The result is that the object itself reminds of small baking or cookie formed now. And similar to the popular forms to cut out biscuits it also works. It is led downwards from above, through the cake. A slight lateral pressure avoids that the piece of cake slides out of the form. If the pressure is lowered, the cake sinks to the plate, so that also the collapsing of cake pieces on plates has ended now. Magisso Cake Server is perfectly adapted to Sunday-evening’s coffee times, weddings, parties or graduations. Beautiful and unique functionally shaped, the Cake Server is an ideal gift and also offers space for an individual graving. The Cake Server was also honoured with the international red dot award in the year 2010. The Magisso Cake Server is also available in a more economic plastic variant in a black, white, purple or lime colour.
  • Carl Mertens - Ginkgo Salat Cutlery
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    Carl Mertens - Ginkgo Salat Cutlery
    Beautiful, large salat bowls are an absolut highlight on the modern table. For serving is usually a matching cutlery missing. The Japanese inspired salat cutlery Ginkgo has because of the two versions the right lengths, but is not too heavy, but more balanced and won't slide into the bowl.
  • Stelton - Ribbon Salad Servers
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    Stelton - Ribbon Salad Servers
    It takes time to prepare a tasty salad and to serve it in a pretty bowl: Fulfil this experience with salad servers of innovative design, which invites to fill your plate with all the green. Ribbon, the salad servers by Stelton, makes life easier regarding all this. Thanks to the wide form of the salad servers, you will get enough of the tasty green out of the bowl on your plate with only one try. Ribbon has a soft form and the pretty glossy materials offer elegance to every salad bowl. The Ribbons salad servers consist of high gloss polished stainless steel and are dishwasher safe.
  • Stelton- Salad Servers
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    Stelton- Salad Servers
    The salad servers from the Cylinda-Line by Stelton is a classic that is never going to be out of style. Its shape is elegant and timeless, but has this indefinable something and matches with the Stelton salad bowl from the Cylinda-Line. Together they form the perfect couple for your table. Since 1960 the company Stelton aims at producing high-quality tableware and serving utensils made of stainless steel. For that, Stelton was awarded the Industry Prize from the Danish Society for Industrial Design several times. Moreover, many Stelton products are currently exhibited in museums, e.g. The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the British Museum in London and the National Museum for Applied Arts in Munich. The Stelton salad cutlery consists of mat polished stainless steel and has a length of 31 cm. The high quality material and the excellent processing grant a long durability.
  • Georg Jensen - Copenhagen (matt) Serving Cutlery
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    Georg Jensen - Copenhagen (matt) Serving Cutlery
    Copenhagen has been designed in 1991 by the architect Grethe Meyer. The natural form of the cutlery is characterized by its elegance, purity and simplicity. Copenhagen is the result of uncountable thoughts, experiences and tries regarding weight, form and balance. The cutlery series is made out of stainless steel and is available in a matt as well ass in a high glossy edition.
  • Carl Mertens - Worpswede (stainless steel) Salad Cutlery
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    Carl Mertens - Worpswede (stainless steel) Salad 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.
  • Iittala - Artik Salad Cutlery
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    Iittala - Artik Salad Cutlery
    Perfectly oval. Artik, that stands for ambitious design in highest clarity. The plainess of the shape is balanced throughthe sensible oval handles of the cutlery and the fascinating diagonally beaks of the fork. Every piece is made of stainless steel, out of which stability and heavyness is resulted, which gives you a feeling of harmony and quality with every full mouth. The design is by Laura Partanen and Arto Kankkunen (1997).
  • Georg Jensen - New York Salad Servers
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    Georg Jensen - New York Salad Servers
    New York was designed by Henning Koppel for the world exposition 1963 in New York. The transparent lines and the flowing, curved forms did not only bring high recognition to Henning Koppel, but were also honoured with the ID award, the highest award of Denmark. The simple beauty of the cutlery is the trademark of the designer Henning Koppel at the same time, this one is still remembered as design icon because of his silver made designs. New York is made out of stainless steel 18/8 and the matt edition of the cutlery especially underlines its ornaments-free elegance.
  • Georg Jensen Arne Jacobsen Salad Set
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    Georg Jensen Arne Jacobsen Salad Set
    This cutlery series is a creation of the designer Arne Jacobsen from 1957. Despite its nearly fifty years of age, it is still very up-to-date. Its minimalism and the clear lines combined with the technical workmanship make it a shape that can be held perfectly in the hand and that has become more and more popular throughout the years. It was also called the “uncomplicated cutlery”, an appropriate understatement, even if paradox. The cutlery series made of mat 18/10 stainless steel is so popular because of this characteristic trait and has placed itself aside all fashion. The salad set out of pure stainless steel is also perfectly suitable for pasta and other meals.
  • Iittala - Collective Tools Salad Cutlery
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    Iittala - Collective Tools Salad Cutlery
    Get the award-winning Collective Tools Series by Iittala - the special extra regarding design and brilliance for your home. With the Collective Tools Series by iittala you will always have the right tool near. From the salt- and pepper grinders over bottle opener, cheese knives to chopping boards and matching kitchen knives, this tool box incudes everything what a good host needs for preparing and serving. The tools can be used as single parts and as sets or as addition to cutleries. Because of the ergonomic handle the tools out of stainless steel lay nicely and safe in the hand. The two-pieces salad set of the Collective Tools Series includes a serving spoon and a salad fork. Both parts have a series typical, ergonomic handle, with which serving becomes fun. The salad cutlery is 28 cm long.
  • 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.
  • Iittala - Piano Salad Cutlery
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    Iittala - Piano Salad Cutlery
    Pure harmony. The natural ergonomic and the attractive curves let the Piano-Cutlery not only lay good in the hand of the user, but also make it optically to a true enrichment of the table. The salad cutlery made of stainless steel has been benighted with a comfortable wooden handle, through which the salad cutlery adds to the balance of the whole Piano Cutlery Series. Even with its unique design, the Piano can nicely be combined with different eating- and serving cutlerys.
  • Alessi - "Caccia" Salad Cutlery
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    Alessi - "Caccia" Salad Cutlery
    The tableware series was named after their 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 tableware series "Caccia" can be seen in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, it was in 1938 designed 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.
  • 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 29 Cutlery
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    Pott Besteck Pott - Model 29 Cutlery
    With his design for the Modell 29 Hans Schwippert broke with all traditional shaping and assembly models of cutlery. Each part has multiple usages. The fork is not a table fork, steak fork, meat-, sausage-, and serving-fork in one. The knives are not only table knives, they are also perfectly suitable as steak knives and pizza knives; but also as cheese knives, because with that point it is easy to prick and transport cheese pieces. The spoon is a table spoon, sauce spoon and serving spoon in one and creates salad servers together with the spoon-fork. And together with the prick fork as serving cutlery. The spoon-fork pricks and shovels stew courts, noodles and pan courts as well as sauces and vegetables. The small spoon does not only serve as coffee spoon with its small teeth, but also as cake fork, ice spoon, kiwi and fruits spoon and as sugar shovel. If one keeps in mind that industrial design – as well as the total modern industrial society – is embossed by specialisations, then this synthesis from the Schwippert house with the Model 29 appears like a concrete utopia. It contains the hope of less devices, more space and less waste.
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