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Perpétue 16-piece Flatware Collection

The Perpétue flatware collection embodies Opinel tradition combined with contemporary design, for a versatile set of stainless steel utensils.

Designed to enhance gathering around the table in every form, Perpétue flatware is great for everyday use and will compliment place settings at casual and formal tables alike. 

Perpétue is an ideal choice for its easy maintenance and modern-yet-timeless design.

This 16-piece set includes 4 each of 4 classic table utensils, each made out of a single piece of steel. 

The knife features a comfortable rounded handle and a micro-serrated blade that's efficient and durable. 

The forktablespoon, and teaspoon have clean, simple lines that match the entire Opinel table knife collection for harmonious table settings. 

Materials:  stainless steel

Made by:  Opinel

Made in:  designed in France; manufactured in Portugal

Specifications: 16-Piece set includes 4 place settings: 4x table knife, 4x fork, 4x tablespoon, 4x teaspoon

Packaging:  In keeping with their commitment to sustainability, Opinel designed the packaging for their flatware sets to be entirely zero-waste. The all-paper packaging is easily recyclable. 

Care:  dishwasher safe

Further Reading: Opinel has manufactured knives and quality tools in the heart of the French Alps since 1890. Their simple, functional and smart pocket knife, with its characteristic design, has become a globally recognized design icon over the years. Today the brand provides its know-how in other areas such as knives and tools for the garden, for the kitchen and table, for outdoor activities, and for children. The family-owned company is based in Chambery (Savoie-France). 

Perpétue (1813-1858) was the grandmother of Joseph Opinel, creator of the Opinel pocket knife and founder of the company in 1890. Working alongside her husband, Victor-Amedee, she forged nails in the heart of the French Alps. She appreciated simple objects, timeless aesthetic, and durability. 

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