StudioWilliam Cutlery

  1. General Details

    StudioWilliam is internationally renowned, design-award-winning cutlery company, based in the quintessentially English town of Stratford-Upon-Avon.

    StudioWilliam’s focus is to create pioneering products that enhance the dining experience, inspired by natural forms.

    : The Arolla tree is a form of pine tree widely found across central Europe. Arolla is very nature inspired, with no visible Bolster line on the knife handle, where the handle transitions from thick handle into thinner blade. The handles are thick, have great weight and lovely ergonomic feel, even though in photographs the handles look thinner.


    BALSA: Balsa cutlery was sculpted by William in balsa wood, carving slices into the wood – creating minimal straight lines and simplest design details. Soft edges were then sanded around each piece making the cutlery feel wonderful to hold. The knife has a hook on the bottom of the handle which sits over your little finger when you hold the knife, the feeling is tactile and very reassuring. Balsa is made in 18/10 stainless steel and is available in mirror finish only.


    BAOBAB: The Baobab is known as the tree of life with good reason providing shelter, food and water for the inhabitants of the African savannah regions. Baobab Cutlery is inspired by the thick beautiful trunks. The design has a wider handle, a sense of minimalism delivered by the flat surfaces with softened edges of handles. Our Baobab cutlery is made using the finest quality 18/10 Stainless Steel and is available in Satin finish only.


    KARRI: The Karri tree is a type of eucalyptus tree found in Western Australia and is considered sacred by the Aborigines. The heavy gauged steel of the forks and spoons give beautiful weight and balance. The standing-up knife blade is sleek, with no traditional bolster from handle into blade. A gorgeous seamless transition from handle in blade. It is very comfortable to hold in the hand and use.


    KUMQUAT: Kumquats are native to the Asia-Pacific region. Kumquat’s is a sister to Karri Cutlery, minimal straight appearance confident and innovative. The heavy gauged steel of forks and spoons have beautiful weight and balance. The knife, sleek with a softened bolster shaping and rounded foil on the blade. Timeless and elegant.


    MAHOGANY: The fruit of the mahogany tree is the inspiration for mahogany cutlery. The edges of the handles are finished with crafted radii to ensure a soft ergonomic feeling to the hand, whilst the varying thickness of gauge of each handle, have been engineered to refined balance. 18/10 stainless steel, dishwasher safe. IF Design Award.


    REDWOOD: The Redwood is widely recognised as the world’s tallest tree. This pattern is inspired by classical styles of cutlery. Redwood has an innovative form, which is perfect for both contemporary and traditional settings. Redwood cutlery is made using the finest quality 18/10 stainless steel and is available in mirror finish only.


    TILIA: Tilia trees are large deciduous trees generally referred to as Lime in Britain. The simplicity of the clean flowing form makes Tilia a very elegant and sophisticated pattern. A hybrid by nature and by design, Tilia combines angular and organic forms. Tilia is made using the finest quality 18/10 stainless steel and is available in Mirror, Satin finish and Titanium PVD colour on mirror finish.



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  2. Product Care

    HAND WASHING: Hand washing cutlery is always the most gentle and kindest way to wash cutlery. But remember leaving the cutlery to soak first and then air dry the cutlery is not recommended. Please wash and dry the cutlery as soon as possible and not letting them drain and dry on its own afterwards as this may leave watermarks.

    USING A DISHWASHER: When using a dishwasher to clean your cutlery we recommend using vertical dishwasher baskets, to reduce scratching. To do this, simply place the handles downwards into the cutlery basket with the utensil heads facing upwards, as this will reduce scratching from fork tines and knife blades. Do not overcrowd the dishwasher basket compartments.

    Once the wash cycle has finished take a few moments to remove your cutlery and to restore its natural finish by polishing with a dry soft cloth. This is more important with knives as they are made from different steel and are more prone to corrosion if left in the moist atmosphere of the drying cycle on a regular basis.

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