We’ve written about vintage tablewares and why we love everything about this trend. What’s old is new, yada, yada, yada.
Attempts have been made to perfect antique finishes (or should we say im-perfect?), but we should have figured that reliable Arc Cardinal would release the most rustic and affordable texture. It’s called Patina and the soft, grey, lustrous appearance refers to the finish developed from a highly distressed tumbled process.
Now, we’re here to tell you about the two Patina patterns we’re loving most from the Chef & Sommelier branded portfolio and had to be the first to have in our warehouses.
Orzon is the heavy-weight champion of this release. A classic reeded trim with curved details around the edge of the handles offers a relaxed, understated appeal. The second collection is Renzo. This pattern is equally as durable yet slightly more refined. It’s pear-like shape is incredibly popular industry-wide. Think traditional baguette, but with an artisan, hipster vibe. This collection is set to hit our shelves come September.
Each of these patterns is a five-piece set that includes a salad fork, table fork, dinner knife, dessert spoon and teaspoon.
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