Whether a small breakfast, copious lunch, garden party or brunch: this trio is in use at every meal - although sometimes not all together. The tablespoon is often used for soups and pasta dishes, whereas the knife cuts the food on the plate into bite-sized pieces. The table fork is used to hold the food in place while cutting with a knife. The food is then speared by the tines of fork.
Created by WMF designer Peter Bäurle, the Lingo cutlery cuts a dash with the extravagant variation of its handle: the striking centre line and the curved cross-section bring forth an unusual combination. Thanks to the bevelling, interesting light reflexes are mirrored on the polished surface. High quality knives with an inserted forged blade ensure long-lasting cutting performance and the curved back gives this cutlery a pleasant feel. The Lingo range includes numerous additional items and pieces of serving cutlery, and is therefore ideal for a large table setting.
|Knife art||hollow-handled knife|
|Designer||WMF Atelier (Peter Bäurle)|