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  • Genware Cutlery offers an ideal combination of performance, style and value. We have now introduced four new patterns, exclusive to the Genware Cutlery range, designed to encapsulate innovation and functionality. These new patterns (all of which are 18/0 stainless steel and highly polished) provide an eclectic mix of styles; from elegant sophistication through to strong and robust handling.

    These new designs fit perfectly alongside our existing premium cutlery patterns; Saffron and Florence.

    In addition, Genware Parish Cutlery is hand polished offering excellent resistance to staining and pitting, while our Millennium Cutlery provides good cutting blades for volume users.

    Genware Cutlery

    Versatile Cutlery designs with functionality,

    quality and value that’s durable

  • Teardrop

  • Cutlery

    Formerly a senior designer at Royal Worcester, where among other notable projects he designed the shapes for the Jamie Oliver range, Neil established his design and development consultancy in 2008. Since then he has worked on developing a number of key ranges for Genware.

    “The Teardrop range of cutlery was designed to create an elegant dining experience. Long flowing lines and simple sec�ons reflect the refined and fluid appearance for an a�rac�ve, uncomplicated look and feel.” Neil Jeffree

  • Slim

  • Cutlery

    “With the Slim range we have developed a simple and contemporary look that suggests modern elegance. The feeling of symmetry is projected with each piece through its curved pa�ern and good balance.” Neil Jeffree

    Formerly a senior designer at Royal Worcester, where among other notable projects he designed the shapes for the Jamie Oliver range, Neil established his design and development consultancy in 2008. Since then he has worked on developing a number of key ranges for Genware.

  • Baguette

  • Cutlery

    “Bague�e emphasises tradi�on without compromising on modern style. This pa�ern has an unclu�ered look with each piece carefully designed in tandem with one another.” Neil Jeffree

    Formerly a senior designer at Royal Worcester, where among other notable projects he designed the shapes for the Jamie Oliver range, Neil established his design and development consultancy in 2008. Since then he has worked on developing a number of key ranges for Genware.

  • Square

  • Formerly a senior designer at Royal Worcester, where among other notable projects he designed the shapes for the Jamie Oliver range, Neil established his design and development consultancy in 2008. Since then he has worked on developing a number of key ranges for Genware.

    “The Square design offers a more robust looking pa�ern. It evokes a feeling of strength through its weight, thicker sec�ons and its wider propor�ons, with just a hint of so� curves for added comfort in use.” Neil Jeffree

    Cutlery

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    Saffron

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    Florence

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