Minimal soup spoon
David Mellor’s Minimal cutlery is a master metalworker’s design for modern living. Designed in 2002, its aesthetic purity has made it a firm favourite with designers, architects and design enthusiasts.
The 5-piece minimalist set consists of an all-purpose knife and fork and three versatile and beautiful spoons. The taper ground steel knife is especially innovative in its one-piece flowing form. A larger serving/salad spoon is also available.
The sculptural shaping and the weight of the satin polished metal give this cutlery a very sophisticated and luxurious feel.
Satin finish. Knife blades are made from high carbon stainless steel for a superior cutting edge.
|Material||18/10 stainless steel|
|Cutlery material||Stainless steel|
David Mellor Design operates on the simple principle that well designed tableware is a vital part of any interior. The company was set up by David Mellor, Royal Designer for Industry, in the 1950s. The first and now famous David Mellor shop opened in Sloane Square, London, in 1969 and soon became a focal point of Swinging Sixties Chelsea and remains one of London’s most original and individual shops. We run our own design office within the company and so the David Mellor collection is constantly evolving. Many of our products are designed by Corin Mellor, Creative Director, exclusively for the David Mellor shops and are produced by specially selected workshop producers and manufacturers. David Mellor now holds one of the most impressive collections of the finest British Crafts and sophisticated modern tableware and kitchenware, including the world famous David Mellor Cutlery, to be found on the international scene.
David Mellor was one of the great 20th century designers with an international reputation for his cutlery. He was born in Sheffield and trained originally as a silversmith. Examples of his metalwork are in museum collections as over the world. David Mellor established his first workshop in 1973 before moving production to his purpose-built factory, The Round Building in Hathersage, Derbyshire, in 1990. He has drawn on Sheffield traditions of craftsmanship in evolving a product altogether of our time.