When first introduced in 1952, this pattern was considered unsellable. It has since become an “evergreen” and to this day continues to be a favorite. Key to its popularity is precisely that which was considered revolutionary at its inception, and is now regarded as minimal and ergonomically correct. For instance, the short knife blade and the long handle, ensure that the fingers never come in contact with the blade.Designed by: Paul Voss
Material: Stainless Steel
Complements the Pott 20 collection
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