Published 12. February 2016
The Phenomenon Among Cutlery
Baguette has made its first appearance in France in the middle of the 19th
century. The design belongs to the continental school of decorative
functionality. It was designed for the brasseries and bistros of Paris. With
smooth lines and without expensive decorative elements, Baguette is easy to
handle and wash, and so quickly became very popular.
Made of 18/10 stainless steel, perfectly balanced, with an ideal blend of
shape and understated, raised lines. These are the main characteristics of
Baguette cutlery. In a timeless design of classic simplicity Baguette was
especially designed for superior restaurants.
Baguette cutlery is a timeless classic and is one of the most versatile of
well-known cutlery patterns. It works well in traditional and contemporary
settings. Thanks to PVD coating and generous design with beautifully shaped
prongs and deep spoon bowls, it is comfortable to hold and efficient to eat
with. That’s Baguette!