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Minimal Cutlery

David Mellor

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David Mellor’s Minimal cutlery is a master metalworker’s design for modern living. Designed in 2002, its aesthetic purity has made it a firm favourite with designers, architects and design enthusiasts. 

The sculptural shaping and the weight of the satin polished metal give this cutlery a very sophisticated and luxurious feel. Knife blades are made from high carbon stainless steel for a superior cutting edge.

Product Details

• Material: 18/10 stainless steel

The 5-piece minimalist set consists of an all-purpose knife and fork and three versatile and beautiful spoons. The taper ground steel knife is especially innovative in its one-piece flowing form. A larger serving/salad spoon is also available.


• Table knife 21cm
• Table fork 19.5cm
• Soup spoon 18.5cm
• Dessert spoon 15cm
• Tea spoon 13cm

Care Instructions

• Not microwave safe
• Dishwasher safe
• Rinse, wash and dry all cutlery after use. Prolonged contact with the acids found in food and mineral salts found in water can attack the metal and cause pitting and staining.
• Remove and hand dry all cutlery as soon as hand washing or machine cycle has finished, especially knife blades. If using a dishwashing machine, load the cutlery basket with the knife blades
pointing downwards.
• Wash silver and stainless steel cutlery separately. If washed alongside other metals a chemical reaction can occur which can cause discolouration.
• Store cutlery in a damp free environment. A canteen box or anti-tarnish rolls are recommended.
• Stainless steel cutlery: If staining occurs, clean with a stainless steel cleaner such as ‘Autosol’ (common causes for staining include strong
detergents, hard water, hot grease, heat and prolonged immersion in vinegar or condiments).
• Do not leave unwashed cutlery for any length of time.
• Do not mix stainless steel, silver plate and sterling silver cutlery in the same basket.
• Do not leave to soak in warm soapy water before washing.
• Do not use abrasive pads or cleaning creams, which will scratch the surface.
• Do not use a ‘rinse and hold’ cycle if machine washing.