Kay Bojesen

Grand Prix Shellfish Fork


The lobster and seafood fork was one of the 57 silver cutlery pieces that Kay Bojesen created in the 1930s. It is long, narrow and with a small head, which can pry open the soft lobster and free from its shell. In The handle acts as a long, narrow spoon, intended to consume the delicate meat. In the 1950's. When it became possible to make cutlery in steel, only part of the large family of silver cutlery was recreated in stainless steel.

Brand: Kay Bojesen
Collection: Grand Prix
Color: Steel
Material: Stainless Steel
Length: 7.7”
Note: Dish-washer safe
Origin: Made in Japan

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