by David Mellor
Materials: Martensitic or Stainless Steel
Serving Spoon: 22.3cm / 5.1cm
Table Knife: 20.7cm / 2.3cm
Table Fork: 19.2cm / 2.6cm
Dessert Spoon: 17.7cm / 4.2cm
Teaspoon: 12.7cm / 3.1cm
An almost timeless pattern characterised by fine proportions and the precise detailing so typical of Mellor. Perfect in either modern or traditional settings, and as a companion to our Pottery Series. The understated shape is wonderfully classy.
The cutlery is hand polished to give a luxurious bright satin finish. The distinctive design feature of ‘Classic’ is the gentle facet around the edge of the knife handle, spoon and fork.
The Classic cutlery is available to purchase as individual pieces or as a set. The set comprises 4 x Table Knives, 4 x Table Forks, 4 x Dessert Spoons, 4 x Teaspoons and 1 x Serving Spoon.
Made in Derbyshire, UK
David Mellor was a key figure in British design with an international reputation as designer, manufacturer and shopkeeper. Born in Sheffield and originally trained as a silversmith, he always specialised in metalwork and is particularly famous for his cutlery which won numerous design awards and which is in many international collections.
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To do this, we strive to strike the right balance between craft and industry.