…two irons in the fire

Hold dinner guests hostage with your “Three Times A Lady” rendition, holding your spoon. Pair with Bamboo Dinnerware or your mother’s Quimper. How about a youthful twist on a table set with Duke of Gloucester? This versatile everyday flatware is handmade in France by a historic knife-maker whose work dates back to the 18th century. Boxwood branches are dried for four years before being shaped into square-drafted handles with a ribbon saw and branded with two irons. The set of four includes a dinner fork, dinner knife, soup spoon, and a small demitasse spoon. This artisanal cutlery is recommended for adults only, as the T5MOS stainless steel knife is made like the “Knives of Pierregord”, the oldest (and sharpest) knives in France. Dishwasher safe.

Part of the “Cinco De Mayo” collection. Also part of the  “Provincial Provençal and "Traveling Salvation Show" collections. Pair with the matching Burned Boxwood Serving pieces. 

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