When Julius Caesar lay siege to an Alpine fort he was amazed that the burning brushwood had no effect on the timber walls of the fort he was trying to burn down, as the walls were constructed of larch wood. A generation later, larch wood was used in the building of the Palace of Emperor Augustus, built in Rome.
Larch cutlery has historical design influences from the 1700’s, but the flowing form gives this pattern a modern flavour and brings it up to date.
Our Larch cutlery can be found in some of the most iconic and breath-taking places around the world.
Larch Mirror Table Fork (360 View)
Larch Mirror Table Knife (360 View)
Our Larch cutlery is made using the finest quality 18/10 stainless steel and is available in Mirror and Satin finish.
The swooping blades on the knives have add a touch of stylistic flair.
Just as effective as four, three fork tines has a distinctive, civilised appeal.
Counter form bowls
The bowl’s form fits perfectly with the counter shape of the butterfly blade.