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Setting the Table Right- Gorgeous Cutlery of Georg Jensen

Setting the Table Right- Gorgeous Cutlery of Georg Jensen

A smartly dressed table helps to set the scene for relaxed and enjoyable meal times. Often the look and mood of the table is greatly enhanced if there is a designer set of tableware on show. 

Cutlery is essential to this style point, and the Scandinavian design house Georg Jensen produces some of the finest styles of knives, forks and spoons anywhere in the world. Here at Dotmaison we feel that the value of setting the table neatly and correctly should never be underestimated. 

The following beautiful cutlery sets by Georg Jensen showcase what a delightful option they can provide. 

Georg Jensen has produced wonderful sets of cutleries that take on different sections of mealtimes, and circle the globe in inspiration and ideas. 

  

The above 2 piece serving set, and Tea and Coffee spoon 4 piece set from the Georg Jensen Copenhagen Cutlery Set highlights the importance of having everything you might possible need close to hand. Imbued with a loving attention to detail, the classic silverware carries all the hallmarks of the Georg Jensen style and flair. 

  

The above Georg Jensen Viviana Cutlery Set (also cover image) was first designed in 1997 by Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe. Inspired by her childhood in Sweden, the uniquely styled cutlery set is perfect for making a statement when preparing the table for a meal. 

The set contains cutlery sets of knives, forks and spoons, plus serving sets and tea and coffee spoons. 

  

Another fine demonstration of the Georg Jensen production is offered by the Georg Jensen Bernadotte Cutlery Set. The set includes everything needed for providing family and guest with everything the need for a memorable meal. 

Originally designed by Swedish prince Sigvard Bernadotte in 1939, the royal cutlery brings a unique offering of prestige and elegance. With decorative long grooves and smoothly rounded handles, the dining articles of the set bring out a beautiful effect for the table. 

  

As well as beautifully finished knives, forks and spoons, the Bernadotte cutlery set also includes a cake server for the after-dinner dessert. Sides and starters can also be well delivered with a salad server set of two long and elegant spoons. 

All of the sets make use of the premium Georg Jensen stainless steel with a mirrored finish. The high-quality of cutlery is sure to make a distinctive impression on anyone sitting down to a mealtime.  

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