Design by Aaron Probyn.
By Normann Copenhagen.
Simple in its form, perfect in use. This is the essence behind Normann Cutlery. Each item has been carefully designed and is perfectly balanced so that it looks attractive on the table and is perfect in use.
"By studying other types of cutlery I discovered that cutlery is often either masculine or feminine in its expression, and I wanted to create cutlery that spoke to both sexes. Normann Cutlery is harmonious in its design, beautifully weighted, sits well in the hand and has been created to be enjoyed every day." — Aaron Probyn
Fork, Knife, Spoon and Teaspoon are each available in a quantity of six, or as a 16-piece set (four of each).
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BEAUTIFUL...but please note a few things--
By: Texas, Homeowner (fort worth, tx)
I saw this online and bought three sets because the aesthetic appeal was so strong. In that regard, it did not disappoint. The finish and the lines are quite exquisite. But...the size of the pieces is taking me some getting used to. The teaspoon feels miniature to me, and the fork feels gigantic. (I actually measured the fork and it is a full 3/4 of an inch longer than the one I had been using.) Plus--for folks who aren't paying attention to details, this set comes with one fork, and not the standard salad and dinner fork. Other than that--it is a nice weight with a perfect finish and like I've already said, it's quite beautiful as a thing of art. I'm just hoping I get used to the feel of it in my hand.
Designer: Aaron Probyn
Aaron Probyn studied Product and Furniture at Kingston University. After graduation, he became Design Manager of Table Top for Habitat, where he worked for more than six years. Today Aaron Probyn works from his own studio where he designs for many different firms such as Tom Dixon, Conran Studio and Normann Copenhagen.View other products by Aaron Probyn
Manufacturer: Normann Copenhagen
Normann Copenhagen was founded in 1999 by Poul Madsen and Jan Andersen.
In 2002 Normann Copenhagen launched their first product, the lamp Norm 69. With this product Normann Copenhagen entered the international scene of design. Since the launch of Norm 69, Normann Copenhagen has developed a series of remarkable products that have won several international design awards, among others: The RedDot award, Imm, DesignPlus, L'Observeur du design, Good Design, Formidable award Formex and the Formland Design Award.View other products from Normann Copenhagen