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Haga Place Spoon by Mema/GAB


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Product Information:

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  • Overall: 16.4cm L
  • Overall Product Weight: 0.04kg


Poet Bellman's idyllic ''winged butterfly'' and little princesses in Haga were the inspiration for this romantic cutlery.


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  • Overall: 16.4cm L
  • Overall Product Weight: 0.04 kg


Product Type: Dessert Spoon Material: Silver-Plated Cutlery
Handle Material: Silver-Plated Handle Pattern: Ornate
Dishwasher Safe: Yes Country of Manufacture: Sweden

About the Manufacturer

Mema/GAB has its roots in the 1800s and is owned by Gense, part of the KA Rasmussen Group. The company has been making silver cutlery for over 150 years. Today, it is one of the Nordic region’s largest – and one of Europe’s leading – producers of silver cutlery. Mema/GAB combines quality and tradition with function and design. As an indication of the superior design and quality, the company has been granted a Royal Warrant in Sweden.

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