The artists' colony Worpswede was found in 1889 in the village near Bremen. Artists and painters prepared the way from prevailing Expressionism to the Bauhaus era. The artistic group of the early generation around Paula Modersohn-Becker, Bernhard Hoetger and Heinrich Vogeler gave distinction to decades.
break-up Manfred Schick Merging designed a fusion of traditional manufactures without ornament with highest handiness, the cutlery model 1071, named after the artist group Worpswede. A modern inspiration, which until today has lost none of its validity, groundbreaking functional with Fürstenberg Wagenfeld weiss.
our efforts to manufacturing tableware. During this period we have continuously refined the details of elegant knives, forks, spoons and their many relatives.
18/10 high-grade steel in Germany. stainless steel is an alloy of steel, chrome and nickel which is used preferentially with quality cutlery. Chrome and nickel provide for the corrosion resistance and the softer shine which can be noticed on closer inspection. The steel of this cutlery includes 18% chrome and 10% nickel and is dishwasher safe and resistant against light acids and waters.
with a hollow handle. Knives with a hollow handle have a blade of special steel which is clearly sharper than a blade from an simple chrome steel. The high-quality hollow handle knives are always composed from two parts, with this cutlery from the blade and the handle from stainless. Carl Mertens Worpswede in stainless is partial matte. The budget-priced, classical cutlery meets all the wishes with the extent of his additional parts: from salad set to teaspoon, from salad set to whipped cream spoon .
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