With the flatware collection Dorotea, Monica Förster has created a modern classic for Gense. Dorotea is distinguished by a solid and distance, yet soft shape. With Dorotea has Gense a functional and timeless flatware that combines tradition and craftsmanship with design on an international level.
Set includes 4 table knives, 4 table forks, 4 table spoons and 4 tea spoons
18/8 Stainless Steel
Dinner Fork Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 7.5 Inches
Soup Spoon Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 7.5 Inches
Dessert Spoon Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 5.3 Inches
Gense was established in 1856 by Gustav Eriksson in Eskilstuna, Sweden and has a 150-year tradition as a cutlery manufacturer.
The Gense brand stands for functional design and timeless modernity. Gense has received many prestigious awards for its cutlery designs, from the California State Award for the Focus de Luxe design in 1955 to the Stockholm’s Formidable award in 2006 for the new product Appetize.
Gense is famous worldwide for the Nobel cutlery pattern, developed for the prestigious Nobel Price ceremony which is organized every year in December by the Swedish government. Since 1992, Nobel ceremony participants and Swedish Royal family use Gense’s Nobel cutlery!
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