The Lunch Spoon boasts the same features as its big sister, the Dinner Spoon, only scaled down. The diameter of the egg-shaped bowl is slightly smaller, making it easier to fit in the mouth than the classic Dinner Spoon. This also makes it better suited for a small lunch soup. Functionality was key to Kay Bojesen, and that is why he designed 57 pieces of his 1930s Grand Prix silverware. Nine different spoons have been carefully selected from the Grand Prix silverware series for production in stainless steel, ensuring a spoon for most tastes and occasions.