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Goa Gold Flatware Collection by Cutipol is modern cutlery. 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.
Bring casual luxury to your table with Goa Gold Collection from Cutipol. Made from high quality 18/10 stainless steel, this sleek, resin-handled luxury cutlery is perfect for dinner parties. As designed by Jose Joaquim Ribeiro, Goa Flatware Collection reflects the ergonomic study of the shapes. This collection’s long slender handles, distinctive spoons, and feather like knives stand out from ordinary. Sober, practical and refined design. Perfection in finish. Classical design and materials have predominated cutlery for decades, Cutipol sees it as essential to present a very diversified range of cutlery in which great attention has been paid to detail. High quality black resin handles are dishwasher safe and are very strong.
Cutipol Goa Gold is available in five-piece place setting (dinner fork, table spoon, table knife, dessert fork, dessert spoon), pastry knife, serving fork and spoon, salad serving set, soup ladle, gravy ladle. Additional specialty utensils and accessories are offered. Please contact the store for more information.
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 highest quality manufacture has been regarded not as an option but as an absolute necessity. Judicious selection of raw materials. Ergonomic study of the shapes. Sober, practical and refined design. Perfection in finish.
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. Cutipol focuses its attention to detail and the very best method of manufacture, which are evident in the company’s products. Flatware, when designed well, looks like a small cluster of precision tools: perfectly balanced, honed to an edge.
Stainless steel is an alloy known for its strength, durability and, not surprisingly, stain resistance. The quality of stainless steel is determined by the constituent proportions of chromium (for corrosion resistance and luster) and nickel (for scratch resistance). There are many types of stainless steel and 18/10 is considered the highest quality and best suited to everyday use and, as such, it is the only one used in Cutipol’s range of flatware.
Cutipol Goa Gold can be placed in the dishwasher but we strongly recommend hand washing in order to preserve gold coating. Even the highest quality raw materials will stain and deteriorate unless proper care is taken to maintain your cutlery. After each use, wash the cutlery in warm water and mild detergent. Avoid using detergent with chlorine or anti-limestone agents. Avoid using abrasive cloths or scrubs. Be sure to wash off any food remains as soon as possible after use.
If placing in the dishwasher, make sure that the cutlery is completely dried at the end of the cycle. Hand dry with a soft cloth and store in a dry place. Take extra care with the knife blades as they are made of 420 steel, which give them more cutting power and hardness, and are less resistant to oxidation. Pre-wash rinsing is important. Minimize contact of the flatware with the dishwasher steam. Remove the cutlery from the dishwasher as soon as the cycle has finished and wipe each item with a dry soft cloth, even if the item looks dry. They should be kept in a dry place.
In order to maintain the handles darker longer period of time, you can use a common use moisturizer lotion.
See 2015 October issue of Bon Appétit, “The Gold Standard: The Coolest Silverware for Your Table Isn’t Silver at All,” pages 74-5 for a cutlery focus.