Product code: 73150821
This chic 44-piece cutlery collection is designed by renowned cookery writer and designer, Sophie Conran, for leading manufacturer, Arthur Price. This set is part of the modern Rivelin range.
The UK's leading manufacturer of cutlery and gifts, Arthur Price, has collaborated with leading designer Sophie Conran to create the sophisticated Rivelin collection, inspired by the rivers of Sheffield, home of the British cutlery industry throughout history. Each handle is shaped to feel like smooth pebbles, worn by the currents of the Rivelin sweeping through the Pennines into the heart of Sheffield. Boasting a wonderfully graceful feel, Rivelin will bring life and tranquillity to your dining setting.
- Sophie Conran for Arthur Price
- Care instructions
- Prolonged contact with water or a damp atmosphere should be avoided. Dry your cutlery as quickly as possible using a soft cloth. Avoid using scouring pads or abrasive sponges.
- Cutlery Type
- Table Fork: L20cm, Table Knife: L24cm, Dessert Fork: L18cm, Dessert Knife: L21.5cm, Soup Spoon: L17cm, Dessert Spoon: L19cm, Teaspoon: L13.5cm, Serving Spoon: L20.5cm
- Dishwasher Safe
- 50 years
- Handle Type
- Stainless Steel
- Length of Blade
- 11.5 - 12.2cm
- Stainless Steel
- Number of pieces
- Table Fork (6), Table Knife (6), Dessert Fork (6), Dessert Knife (6), Soup Spoon (6), Dessert Spoon (6), Teaspoon (6), Serving Spoon (2)
- Place Settings
A complete set of items provided for one person at a meal
Unpackaged weight of the product
- Table Fork: 40g, Table Knife: 90g, Dessert Fork: 40g, Dessert Knife: 70g, Soup Spoon: 50g, Dessert Spoon: 50g, Teaspoon: 20g, Serving Spoon: 60g
Bringing you the art of cutlery and silverware since 1902, Arthur Price has over 100 years of experience in designing and manufacturing luxury cutlery and tableware.
Before founding the company Arthur Price spent 20 years working for other flatware companies around Birmingham. During this time he honed his skills, learnt about the flatware trade and began collecting second-hand machinery so he could start his own business with the family front room as his workshop.
As the business grew a factory was acquired and by 1911 products were being exported overseas, and were even supplied to the HMS Titanic. By the early 1920s Arthur Price had become the first company to products chromium-plate spoons and forks, which soon became stainless steel, and as a mark of their confidence and commitment to quality the company was also the first to provide guarantees against their products.
The business remains in the Price family, with the techniques of the trade being perfected over four generations. What hasn’t changed is the family ethos of putting quality design and craftsmanship over everything. These values are clear in all the collections available today.More from Sophie Conran for Arthur Price