Kay Bojesen Grand Prix

Kay Bojesen Grand Prix Flatware
Kay Bojesen Grand Prix Flatware / Danish craftsman Kay Bojesen conceived this flatware collection in 1938 to be highly ergonomic, functional, and pleasurable to use. He believed that utensils were meant to be held, well-loved, and put to good use; their aesthetic should be secondary to their functionality and convenience. Yet Bojesen's flatware is undeniably beautiful: elegant and unassuming, with the simple curvatures and clean lines characteristic of his renowned design language.

Perhaps that's why his silverware won the Grand Prix at the Milan Triennial Exhibition of Decorative Arts and Modern Architecture in 1951. We now present you with the winning flatware, now wrought in polished or matte steel in the original shape and full assortment.

Grand Prix Polished Steel Flatware
Grand Prix Matte Flatware
Grand Prix Children's Flatware
Grand Prix Flatware Gift Sets
Kay Bojesen Grand Prix Polished Steel Flatware

Kay Bojesen Grand Prix Matte Flatware

Kay Bojesen Grand Prix Children's Flatware

Kay Bojesen Grand Prix Flatware Gift Sets




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