In the Know: Time Pieces.
Here’s proof that great design never goes out of style: 50 finds from four amazing decades.
1950s: Clean Cutlery – David Mellor Pride Stainless Steel (1953)
An acknowledged modern classic. David Mellor’s first cutlery, designed in 1953, is now in many international collections. The simple elegance of Pride encapsulates the modern ethos of the Festival of Britain on the South Bank in 1951. Pride is still being immaculately made in the company’s factory in Sheffield, England. Comprising: table knife, dessert knife, table fork, dessert fork, soup spoon and dessert spoon.
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