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Nobel Steel Place Spoon by Gense


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Product Information:

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  • Overall: 18.7cm L
  • Overall Product Weight: 0.41kg

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  • Fashioned from 18/8 stainless steel
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  • Overall: 18.7cm L
  • Overall Product Weight: 0.41 kg


Product Type: Dessert Spoon Material: Stainless Steel Cutlery
Handle Material: Stainless Steel Handle Pattern: Square
Dishwasher Safe: Yes Country of Manufacture: China

About the Manufacturer

150 years of tradition in manufacturing cutlery recognizes Gense as one of Europe’s largest suppliers of cutlery. Gense was established in 1856 by Gustav Erikson and is today one of Scandinavia’s largest producers of stainless steel cutlery. All over the world, the Gense brand is associated with high quality cutlery. The cutlery adds beauty to your everyday life, and is distinguished by innovative design. Form and function come together in Genses products.

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