Karri cutlery is made using the finest quality 18/10 stainless steel and is available in mirror finish only. Karri's form has simplicity and sophistication. The Clean straight lines are balanced with the soft oval section of the handle. The knives are designed to stand up on the table and plate.
Karri cutlery has been awarded the good design award 2008 and has been placed in the permanent design collection of the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and design.
Karri is a Eucalyptus tree found in Western Australia and is sacred to the Aborigines. One of the sacred uses of the tree is the making of the didgeridoo.
There are many variants available for this set. Please email email@example.com with any enquiries.
Brand Studio William
Material 18/10 stainless steel
We are a quintessentially English cutlery company, who specialise in creating innovative sensory forms. Studio William is led by William Welch, an award winning Industrial Designer. William’s focus is to create pioneering products that enhance the dining experience, inspired by natural forms.
Delightfully meticulous, we really care about the smallest detail. Our designs stand the test of time. We use the highest quality of material available, for all our products, with every piece inspected by our Quality Control Team, before it is packed just for you. This ensures that you get a finish of perfection every time. Our cutlery is frequently described by our customers, as elegant and beautifully designed.
SPOONOLOGISTS™ - We exclusively design and manufacture cutlery, and pieces for the dining table. With this specialist approach to our work, our enthusiasm for what we do, amplifies the quality and attention to detail. This focus, and passion for cutlery, has allowed us to become extremely accomplished, in our sphere.
SENSORY FORMS - We are always striving to push the boundaries of the dining experience. We strongly believe that just because our industry is old, doesn’t mean you have to stop innovating.
A DESIGNER WITH HERITAGE - William Welch FSCD MA (RCA) is an award winning British Industrial Designer. His father was also one of the most recognised Industrial Designers, in post-war Britain. William’s enthusiasm, and attention to detail, really shows in his original cutlery designs, which push the boundaries of traditional cutlery.
"FROM NUMBER 10 DOWNING STREET, TO THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE AND THE BURJ AL ARAB, DUBAI, OUR CUTLERY CAN BE FOUND AT SOME TRULY BREATHTAKING VENUES AROUND THE WORLD"
- FRANCES BULL, SALES AND MARKETING DIRECTOR