December 19, 2012, 4:56 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- It’s perhaps not your first thought for innovation however Studio William, a leading British cutlery design Company, has sought to revolutionise and stylise the way the British general public eat dessert, with the launch of a brand new cutlery design: the leaf.
The leaf design was inspired by the ancient Asian custom of utilising leaves as eating utensils, and it’s eye-catching design is bound to prove an ice breaker among the more design conscious looking to make an impression over a Christmas meal, or professional or social gathering.
Design to be a truly versatile piece of cutlery, with the new leaf design diners can prong, spoon or slice all types of dessert, and truly enjoy a more luxurious dining experience. Whether it’s utilised for you average Christmas pudding or your favourite ice cream dessert, the leaf is bound to prove to be a real conversation starter at a dinner party.
The leaf gift package is boxed in a set of four, and is manufactured with the same degree of intricacy and professionalism as all of the cutlery designs sold by Studio William, the UK’s leading manufacturer of designer cutlery.
Studio William CEO, William Welch, had this to say about the launch of the new design: “Studio William Chief Executive, William Welch, said: “With Leaf we are moving away from the traditional knife, fork and spoon to a much simpler, yet sophisticated way of indulging in desserts. It can’t help but become a conversation point and it gives diners the chance to have some fun with their pudding – a perfect way to round off a Christmas meal.”
The leaf design was the winning cutlery set design in the Studio William Cutlery Design Competition, and the Company has work closely with the winning designer, Anabela Chan, to further refine the design and ready it for production.
If attention to detail and the ultimate in luxurious dining is your quest, then the new range of leaf cutlery sets from Studio William will be at the top of your Christmas shopping list.
Contact Details: David Willis, George Street, Manchester, M21 7HV