- Material: Cromargan protect Edelstahl rostfrei
- Formstabil, hygienisch, säurefest, unverwüstlich und kratzbeständig
- Patentiertes, WMF-exklusives Verfahren zur Stärkung der Widerstandsfähigkeit gegen Gebrauchsspuren
WMF demonstrates the new desire for honest values through cutlery that is both timeless and classic. In the fast-moving world we live in, it’s no wonder that we increasingly yearn for reliability, quality and authenticity. In short, for things that we are familiar with and that have shown themselves to be honest and true. Based on the approach that “quality doesn’t go out of fashion”, WMF has taken traditional quality and given it a new look. This includes the combination of well-known designs with high-tech materials. This way the cutlery, with its broad, organic handle ends, has the effect of being classically elegant, while at the same time, with its decorative thread around the edge, it has a traditional feel, amalgamating both the old and the new worlds in one. In addition, the ergonomic design offers maximum tactile comfort and is made using exclusive materials through first class workmanship. This timeless, high-quality cutlery is sure to bring you pleasure for many years to come.
Clear contours, modern proportions - the WMF Kult cutlery is minimised to functional performance. And it looks good: created by Casini & Pringiers, its design is contemporary, straightforward and clear-cut. The polished Cromargan protect® surface finish makes the cutlery resistant to scratches and impact - and looks good for years. High quality knives with an inserted forged blade provide long-lasting cutting performance and the balanced proportions give the cutlery a pleasant feel. Thanks to a sundry of pieces of serving cutlery and complementary items Kult is ideal for large gatherings.
|Scope of delivery||8 table spoons, table forks, table knives, coffee spoons and cake forks|
|Material||Cromargan® 18/10 stainless steel|
|Product properties||Easy to clean and care for|
|Design Award||red dot award Design Zentrum NRW 2006|