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Product code: 73141109
This Laguiole Iridescence Cutlery Set is perfect for all manner of dining occasion. Mirror-polished and presented with an ABS plastic handle in an iridescence colour mix, the set of six will liven up the table setting. Presented in a natural wood tray, the Laguiole set will be kept organised from their first use and will make a wonderful gift too.
- Laguiole by Jean Dubost
- Care instructions
- Avoid long dishwashing cycles. Dry carefully with a cloth after washing.
- Laguiole Iridescence
- Country of Origin
- Cutlery Type
- Table Fork: L21cm, Steak Knife: L23cm, Dessert Spoon: L21cm, Teaspoon: L15cm
- Dishwasher Safe
- Handle Type
- Length of Blade
- Stainless Steel and plastic
- Number of pieces
- Table Fork (6), Steak Knife (6), Dessert Spoon (6), Teaspoon (6)
- Place Settings
A complete set of items provided for one person at a meal
- Stainless Steel Grade
Stainless Steel Grade
The highest grade is 18/10 which contains 18% chrome for protection against corrosion and 10% nickel for lustre & resistance to high temperatures. Stainless Steel knife blades contain 13% chrome and no nickel for a longer lasting, sharper edge.
- Table Fork: 48g, Steak Knife: 45g, Dessert Spoon: 62g, Teaspoon: 25g
Jean Dubost was founded in 1920 in Viscomtat, a tiny village tucked away in the heart of the mountains of France. The company has been awarded the EPV (Living Heritage Company) label and combines traditional know-how with industrial know-how.
Internationally renowned, the Laguiole Jean Dubost trademark is famous for the manufacture of a vast range of Laguiole items, made of materials of the very finest quality. Jean Dubost has also added a touch of novelty to its products, thus offering its customers a vast choice of colours and designs to meet the constant change in worldwide trends.
The bumble bee that is found on all Laguiole cutlery is one of the emblems of the region where it is made. Together with the Jean Dubost logo and the country of origin, it guarantees its authenticity.More from Laguiole by Jean Dubost