In our table objects nature again and again plays a central role. This is particularl apparent in Wolfgang Joop`s playful mushroom-shaped vessels or Josef Hoffmann`s cheerful pumpkin bowls. Nature is a central topic for the dining culture as well, as the dishes change in tune with each season. You are what you eat, as the saying goes. Who you are is also shown by how you do eat. How are the dishes assembled, presented and served? Table culture is the knowledge of the mise-en-scène, the presentation of the meal, it is a cultural treasure we have cherished since 1882.
Silver produces a warm glow and it feels smooth on the skin. Silver refines the living space and improves the enjoyment of culinary delights. Silver is a must for noble dining. And what`s better than holding in one`s hand a solid silver cutlery and celebrating a good meal in good company? This is our passion: to create for the pleasures of the table unique objects that accompanies us our whole lives.
Photo: Craig Dillon