This set of cutlery is a real achievement, an extraordinary undertaking in the history of flatware - at least at the level of industrial production - since the handle of every single piece has an asymmetrical double wall. A technical and production feat that, on the one hand, allowed the designer to explore his well-known sculptural style to the full; and, on the other, gave each knife, fork and spoon a new, balanced feel in the hand. Not surprisingly, this is the most expensive range of cutlery that we produce.
Dessert fork in steel mirror polished.
Pieces per box: 6
Item code: MN12/5
Length (cm): 17.00
Born in Sydney in 1963, he studied sculpture and jewellery. His works (restaurants, furniture, watches, recording studios, even a private jet and a concept car for Ford) have been displayed in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Design Museum in London and the Musèe des Arts Decoratifs in Paris.