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  • Cutlery Grand Prix - Stainless Steel, Gravey Spoon, Kay Bojesen | Svenskt Tenn
  • Cutlery Grand Prix - Stainless Steel, Gravey Spoon, Kay Bojesen | Svenskt Tenn

Cutlery Grand Prix Stainless Steel, Gravey Spoon

56 USD (inkl. moms)

Kay Bojesen designed the classic ”Grand Prix” cutlery in 1938, focusing on minimalist design and functionality. He was of the opinion that cutlery should not be affected by fashion and trends, but stand as timeless and aesthetic tools. In 1951, Kay Bojesen’s cutlery won the first prize at the World Exhibition in Milan and was thereafter named “Grand Prix”. The series includes knifes, forks, spoons, serving cutlery and cutlery for children – all made in polished, stainless steel. 

  • Shape: Gravey Spoon

  • Material: Stainless Steel

Web: In stock   Store: In stock

56 USD
Including VAT
  • Product information

    Art nr: 107674

    Kay Bojesen designed the classic ”Grand Prix” cutlery in 1938, focusing on minimalist design and functionality. He was of the opinion that cutlery should not be affected by fashion and trends, but stand as timeless and aesthetic tools. In 1951, Kay Bojesen’s cutlery won the first prize at the World Exhibition in Milan and was thereafter named “Grand Prix”. The series includes knifes, forks, spoons, serving cutlery and cutlery for children – all made in polished, stainless steel. 

    Art nr: 107674

    Design: Kay Bojesen
    Material: Polished, stainless steel
    Length: 18,5 cm

  • Designer: Kay Bojesen

    Kay Bojesen (1886-1958), is one of Denmark's foremost and most recognized designers. He graduated as a silversmith in 1910, after working a while as an apprentice at Georg Jensen. In the 1930s, he created the well-known cutlery series "Grand Prix". He also began to develop a passion for wood as a designing material. Over time, he created a variety of wooden figures in the shape of small animals, including the world famous, smiling wooden monkey from 1951. Both the cutlery and the wooden figures are designed with the idea that objects should feel comfortable when you hold them in your hands.

  • Care instructions

    Dishwasher safe.