archetypal design for classical cutlery. It represents the beginnings of the history of 16th century cutlery designs, which are still used today. Since this time, it has remained the most popular model in sterling silver ever. Many families and homes have used this model for centuries. There is no other pattern which is characterised by such large smooth, shiny surfaces as "Spaten" with its wide-ended handle, which is ideal for engraving, coats of arms, logos and monograms.
at its best – design that will not age: striking faceted wings, long straight prongs, a slender bowl and the sharp edges of the handle. This shape goes particularly well with all white china – even the most modern designs. "Spaten" has remained virtually unchanged by Koch & Bergfeld since the company was founded in 1829. The design was created by the firm's founder, Gottfried Koch.
unparalleled illustrates the style history of the cutleries, a stylistically at ease choice of excellent models in precise processing from more than 180 years of...Koch & Bergfeld brand shop
metal with a silver plating in Germany. The silver is applied with a galvanic bath and is indicated in Germany usually in gramme for 12 forks and spoons, assumed with 24dm². In other countries such information predominantly is renounced. The surface is free of nickel. The Silver plating from Koch & Bergfeld corresponds to a thickness from 60 µm.
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 silverplated. Koch & Bergfeld Spaten in silverplated is highly polished. The classical cutlery meets all the wishes with the extent of his additional parts: from soup ladle to mocha spoon, from pcs.salad set (shape compote spoon) to vegetable serving spoon .
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