|Cutlery / Vienna Classics
Cutlery pattern from
the early Biedermeier period
The light-footed elegance of the Wiener Wamperl (literally: Viennese pot-belly) exudes the cheery functionality of Biedermeier culture. Empress Elisabeth chose this cutlery, together with the Sisi Spoon, in 1895 for her Kammermeierei (model dairy farm) in Schönbrunn. Arthur Krupp in Berndorf manufactured this pattern in the newly developed German silver (alpaca).
Today we produce this typical Biedermeier cutlery in solid silver. Its forms can harmonise with all place settings and every kind of ambiance.
Photo: Klaus Fritsch