Designed by famous New York designers duo Bob Patino (1942-1998) and Vincente Wolf in 1991.
Stainless steel. Handles long and broad with rectangular openings.
Reminiscent of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Used but still in good condition.
Dimensions: Knife 25.4cm, fork 20.8cm, spoon 20.4cm, small spoon 13.9cm
The set of 29 pieces consist of:
1 Serving salad spoon,
7 dinner knifes
7 dinner forks
5 cake forks
7 soup spoons
2 tea spoons
Ref. Wolfgang-Otto Bauer "Modern European Cutlery Design 1948-2000" the Bauer Design-Collection. Page 175.
Beautiful and seldom piece of Vienna Secession art.
Designed attributed to Baronin Gisela von Falke or to Jutta Sika for Alexander Sturm & Co, Vienna, circa 1902
Of rounded oval form with four applied feet and a cover on hinges, with glass liner
Austrian high-quality flatware silver plated by Berndorf, former Krupp Company from the 1960s. The cutlery has a handle with a very interesting geometric decor. Used but in excellent condition, some in near new condition.
Two sets each 24 pieces (each item 6) price per set.
Austrian high-quality flatware silver plated by Berndorf, former Krupp company from the 1970s, model Royal Chippendale. Used but in excellent condition, some in near new condition.
See the pictures, the set is for normally for six persons but some of the items are as spare items. The set consist of 73 pieces.
More or additional items are of course on request available.