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  • Marta Malinko

    Product design: clara del portillo + alejandro selma | natural cutlery

  • Della Dawn Fallah

    natural design by : clara del portillo + alejandro selma

  • Jenny Davis

    wood and silver kitchen utensils

  • Evangeline Medhurst

    For #home design #interior design #modern house design #home decorating before and after #living room design| http://kitchen-design-ideas-edmond.blogspot.com

  • Storia Design

    Contemporary cutlery design incorporating wood by Spanish designers Clara del Portillo and Alejandro Selma, via. Wood, bone, and ceramic spoons were commonly used before the introduction of stainless steel as a metal for cutlery in 1914.

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Clara del Portillo has done an incredible job of marrying wood and metal in this cutlery set which it truly tasteful! "The silver cutlery is a symbol of elegance and it has been used in banquets and important tables for several years. The sense of fashion and aesthetics has changed and most of these cutleries have been saved. Natural gives a new air to silver cutlery making it current and modern without giving up elegance."