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ZACK was founded in 1985 in the city of Hamburg, Germany. As a result of constantly developing and expanding, the ZACK brand today represents one of the most extensive stainless steel collections.
With their own studio for creative product design ZACK was able to develop exclusive, but affordable, home accessories made of stainless steel for people who consciously wish to express their lifestyle.The individual form language of the design underlines the character and the high value of the material used by reducing it to clear shapes and lines.The result is a collection of unique home accessories whose timeless design fits with reserved subtlety into all manner of living worlds.
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Bold and masculine is the feel of this
flatware design, rooted on a stern geometric foundation. Originally designed by Carl Pott at the request of the people of Cologne who gifted it as the official city cutlery. Like no other ...
Indra is a streamlined and aesthetically very pleasing.
A great deal of consideration is placed behind this design. The flatware collection is oversized, making it stable and secure to hold. Features: Design by Igegerd R�man. Polished finish. 18/8 Stainless Steel. ...
Carl Pott got the idea for this design
while sitting under a chestnut tree and watching a leaf fall. The organic shape became the inspiration for the spoon, and the other flatware pieces were derived from it. The double edged ...