Designed by Kate Chung, the artful Calligraphy flatware set features forks, knife and spoons which each takes its form from the brushstrokes of Shou Jing Ti calligraphy, a font created by Emperor Song Hui Zong at the beginning of the 12th century. A crafted balance between the sturdiness of stainless steel with the art of Chinese calligraphy is created and the lines of the handles echo bold brushstrokes. This poetic set of flatware tools for the table adds character and excitement to the dining experience.
- Designer Kate Chung uses the strong calligraphic lines of Shou Jing Ti, a font created by Emperor Song Hui Zong (1082 AD-1135 AD), in the design of this cutlery set
- A crafted balance between the sturdiness of stainless steel with the art of Chinese calligraphy is created
- The lines of the handles echo bold brushstrokes
- The handle is made from POM, a tough material that offers hardness and rigidity perfect for this application
- Dishwasher safe
- Stainless Steel
- Pom Polymer Resin Plastic