beyond silver


natural by clara del portillo from spain

designer's own words:

The silver cutlery is a symbol of elegance and it has been used in banquets and important tables for several years. The sense of fashion and aesthetics has changed and most of these cutleries have been saved. Natural gives a new air to silver cutlery making it current and modern without giving up elegance. It has been sought a mixture of two noble materials; its merger with wood brings a warm air to the set. Natural also takes into account the new global mergers in the kitchen and includes utensils from different cultures.

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natural_01_low.jpg some examples

  • Where can I purchase this flatware?

    Janice G Washington says:
  • Where can we purchase is my question also? Beautiful!!!

    Anne Bokneberg says:
  • These have to be wrapped and the tree by Xmas eve… Please please tell me the prices and if there are available for sale?

    Don l Dowds says:
  • actually though… where can i buy these?

    Steven says:
  • Hi there

    Is this cutlery range in production? Where can I purchase it from?


    Jeremy Burn says:
  • Where can we buy those ? I want them …….

    Chris says:
  • Same question as from the others: what’s the cost and where can this be seen and or/purchased?

    Baiba Rubesa says:
  • same question…where to buy?

    Anto DiFo says:
  • Really beautiful!
    Where can I find and buy those ?

    Nicola says:
  • donde puedo adquirir este set de cubiertos

    nelson says:
  • Same question…where can someone buy them?

    Alexis says:
  • hello,

    those interested in the designs should contact the designer directly
    regarding availability and purchase.

    designboom team

    lara db says:
  • I’m interested in the wood cutlery… wondering what kinds of sets are available w/prices.


    John says:
  • Where can I get a set of these?

    Trevor Walker says:
  • you can contact us at

    Yonoh says:

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