Folke Arström was both an artist and an industrial designer. He began his career as an artist and design functionalist in the 1930s. His exhibitions of artworks in tin, silver and bronze created a great deal of interest. From 1940 and for the next 20 years, Arström was the artistic director of AB GENSE in Sweden, responsible for both design and sales successes in the fields of flatware and kitchenware. Folke Arström belonged to the first generation of Swedish industrial designers. He had a sense for the demands of the market and was a driving force in the world of design. These factors made him a role model for the whole of the designer world.This retro model, originally from the 50's, returns to the dining table. Showcasing the modernistic design in vogue at the time, the triangular knife blade, curtailed fork, and narrow spoons from Focus Steel are the perfect cutlery set for all distinguishing design enthusiasts with a penchant for unique retro items.
|Folke Steel Table Fork||7.87" D||Unavailable|
|Folke Steel Table Spoon||7.87" D||Unavailable|
|Folke Steel Table Knife||7.87" D||Unavailable|
|Product Category:||Flatware Collections|
|Type Options:||Beverage Spoons, Dinner Fork, Dinner Knife, Gravy Ladle, Salad Fork, Salad Spoon, Serving Forks, Serving Spoons, Sets|
Gense Folke Steel Flatware Collection
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