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Hackman's Savonia cutlery is a true design classic. Designed in 1967 by German designer Adolf Babel, the beautiful flatware looks as modern as ever: Savonia's charm lies in the simple yet functional design that goes well together with any occasion and table setting. It’s not a coincidence it's one of the most popular cutlery ranges in Finland – and the world. The cutlery set includes 24 pieces: six forks, six knives, six dinner spoons and six coffee spoons.

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Savonia cutlery set, 24 parts

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Material
Stainless steel
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24 parts
Care instructions
Dishwasher safe

Adolf Babel

Adolf Babel (b. 1934) is a German designer who has gained international success for his designs. He studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart and design at the University of Berlin. After graduating, he travelled to Finland, fascinated by the culture of rational design and top-notch quality in Finnish manufacturing. 

These days Adolf Babel designs everything from cutlery to baths and electrical equipment. Adolf Babel’s cutlery and kitchen utensil designs have received several international design awards. In 1990, Adolf Babel was awarded the most esteemed design prize in Germany, the Longlife Design Award, for the design of his Savonia cutlery range. The Savonia cutlery collection was designed by Adolf Babel for Hackman in 1967 and is the most sold range of cutlery in the world. Savonia combines innovative design with the highest quality and it looks modern still today – a true design classic.

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