sauce ladle

length

20.1

cm

salad servers gift box

length 31.5 cm

serving set gift box

length 25.9 cm

16 pcs

(4 / 4 / 4 / 4)

or 24 pcs

(6 / 6 / 6 / 6)

gift boxes

Grethe Meyer (1918-2008) was educated from the Royal Danish Academy Architecture in 1947 and have since made a strong mark on Danish design history. Amongst other things Grethe Meyer contributed to "The building book", which for years was the foundation for teachings at the Academy of Architecture.
 
Grethe Meyer had her own practice from 1960, before this she worked at the institute for building research from 1955-60. It was the kitchen though and everyday life around the table that became central in Grethe Meyers work. Besides the Copenhagen cutlery Grethe Meyer has also designed several dining sets for The Royal Porcelain Factory (now Royal Copenhagen) e.g. the very popular “Blå Kant”.
 
Meyer's works are characterized by simple and strict expressions that give them a timeless touch. Several of Grethe Meyer's works are exhibited in design museums around the world and she has won several awards.

Grethe Meyer

Cooking and daily life were central into the work of Grethe Meyer, who designed Copenhagen cutlery in 1991 after designing several cutlery services for The Royal Porcelain Factory, now Royal Copenhagen. Meyer's works are characterized by simple and rigorous lines, which give them a timeless touch. Many of them are exhibited in design museums around the world and she has won several awards.
 
Materials matte stainless steel, dish washable

Georg Jensen

 

Copenhagen cutlery

 

design Grethe Meyer, 1991

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