Kay Bojesen – Grand Prix Dinner Fork 1938 Matt

Designed: 1938 Grand Prix Dinner Fork 1938 Matt Knives must have weight without feeling heavy. The shaft should rest on your fingers and not rotate in your hand. The blade is curved to cut at any angle. The little cam allows your index finger to steer. Grand Prix design award in 1951: Thereafter it was known as the Grand Prix pattern. Silver was obedient, lustrous and cumbersome, and could easily be made contemporary. His cutlery from 1938 was proof of that. If tools of steel could be made just as agreeable in your mouth, then more people could afford them. Thirteen years and a world war should pass, before steel and machines would bend to his demands. In return, the world received his flatware with the gold prize at the Triennale in Milan in 1951. After years of changing manufacturers, the Grand Prix flatware reappears in its original shape and full range, and all rights are safely in the family?s possession. Produced in matt steel. Size: L 19.5 cm

£17.10 £19.00

10 in stock (Delivery Time 1-2 Business Days)

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