GAMMAN 24-piece flatware set
GAMMAN 24-piece flatware set
GAMMAN 24-piece flatware set
GAMMAN 24-piece flatware set
GAMMAN 24-piece flatware set
GAMMAN 24-piece flatware set
GAMMAN

24-piece flatware set

Article no: BWJ | 503.849.58

32€

5% Discount with IKEA Family
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ANTAGEN

Dish brush

assorted colors

0,50

EKIPERA

Utensil holder tray

black

0,75

KVOT

Dish drainer

galvanized

6€

NYSKÖLJD

Dish drying mat

dark gray

3€

More options available

NYSKÖLJD

Dish drying mat

blue

3€

More options available

ORDNING

Utensil holder

stainless steel

2,50

ORDNING

Dish drainer

stainless steel

16€

ORDNING

Utensil holder

stainless steel

4€

RINNIG

Cleaning gloves

green

1€ / 2 pack

More options available

RINNIG

Washing up kit 1

13€

RINNIG

Kitchen utensil rack

3€

RINNIG

Dish drainer, double-sided

3€

PANNÅ

Place mat

red

1,50

MOTTAGA

Paper napkin

black

2,50 / 25 pack


Product details

Package size & weight


Article no: 503.849.58
Packages: 1
Length: 27 cm
Width: 15 cm
Height: 6 cm
Weight Gross: 1,27 kg
Weight Net: 1,11 kg
Volume per package: 2,2 l

Care instructions

Dishwasher-safe.

For the flatware to be easy to clean and to reduce the risk of corrosion, always rinse off the remains of any food immediately.

Good to know

Includes: Fork, knife, spoon and teaspoon, 6 of each.

Flatware with a clean design that suits both a traditional and modern table settting.

Wash this product before using it for the first time.

Designer Henrik Preutz

"It's the important small details that define how much flatware is appreciated. When I designed GAMMAN, I wanted to make modern flatware with a traditional exterior, so I looked to the past and studied older forks, spoons and knives to end up with the precise look I was after. GAMMAN flatware is thin, graceful and lightweight, yet rustic and sturdy ‒ making them easy to hold. The sense of quality is evident as soon as you touch them ‒ and lasts throughout the meal."

Designer

Henrik Preutz