GRAND PRIX CUTLERY
Kay Bojesen won the first prize for his cutlery at the IX Triennale di Milano in 1951. For that reason he named the cutlery after the prize: Grand Prix.
The Grand Prix cutlery was introduced in polished stainless steel in 2011. Today, the Grand Prix cutlery is available in 32 pieces in both matte and polished steel. Apart from the traditional dinner and lunch knives, forks and spoons, the Grand Prix series consists of for example oyster forks, latte spoons, salt spoons and butter knives.
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KAY BOJESEN GRAND PRIX CUTLERY
In the 1930s, Kay Bojesen set out to create the perfect series of functional cutlery. He shaped the cutlery to work and perform, to hold and to last. Kay didn’t want the cutlery to be driven by fashion; rather it should stand out as aesthetic utensils. This resulted in the Grand Prix cutlery.
Today, the Grand Prix cutlery is available in 32 pieces in both matte and polished steel.