Cutipol is the best result of a constant effort for improvement, an insatiable spirit of innovation and the gathering of expertise and know-how over several generations going back to the very origins of the cutlery industry in Portugal. The range is a diverse collection of cutlery with many leading edge modern designs and a large offering of classical designs. Great attention is paid to detail and many of the company’s patterns call for a high degree of technical knowledge and meticulous care. Cutipol cutlery is the result of a constant effort for improvement, an insatiable spirit of innovation and the gathering of expertise and know-how that dates back to the very origins of the cutlery industry in Portugal.
Traditional hands-on craftsmanship is paired with modern technology to produce these superb contemporary flatware pieces. Modern machinery is used for much of the initial work but traditional craftsmanship still plays a major role. While the use of machinery and a certain level of automation are common within the industry to facilitate consistent production and improve safety, Cutipol artisans employ their skills and expertise in forging and shaping steel, which are further refined with machines around them.
José Joaquim Ribeiro, with his brothers and sisters, has run Cutipol for three generations with a focus on solid engineering, a commitment to quality and the understanding that simple is beautiful. The company focuses its attention to detail and the very best method of manufacture, which are evident in the products. Flatware, when designed well, looks like a small cluster of precision tools: perfectly balanced, honed to an edge.
Bon Appetit product highlight of Goa Gold in the October 2015 issue.