Elvesæter

Elvesæter

Elvesæter

NORWEGIAN FOLK ART

Inspiration for the pattern was found in a small detail from the work of woodcarver Rasmus Elvesæter, who was responsible for a number of carvings at the Elvesæter family farm in Jotunheimen. Today, Elvesæter cutlery is an important part of Norwegian cultural heritage.
Design / The Lohne brothers, 1954
7 products
  • 7 products
    Elveseter No. 347 utility fork
    Regular price 3.211 kr
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    Small serving fork no. 347 in the Elvesæter design.

    Elvesæter was designed by Brødrene Lohne in 1954 and represents Norwegian folk art. Inspiration for the pattern was found in a small detail from the work of woodcarver Rasmus Elvesæter, who was responsible for a number of carvings at the family farm Elveseter in Jotunheimen. A wooden spoon from 1825 was allowed to be copied, and in 1954 the Elvesæter spoon in silver was launched for the first time. The original still hangs at Elveseter farm. The actual production of the pattern is an art in itself. Today, Elvesæter silver cutlery is a Norwegian cultural heritage.

    Elvesæter small serving fork has two prongs and is well suited for serving different types of meat.

    Supplied in an elegant gift box. Do you want to make it extra unique? We can engrave serving pieces. Get in touch with us!






    Item number: 517740
    Length: 19.5
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    Elveseter no. 346 serving spoon
    Regular price 3.211 kr
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    Small serving spoon no. 346 in the Elvesæter design.

    Elvesæter was designed by Brødrene Lohne in 1954 and represents Norwegian folk art. Inspiration for the pattern was found in a small detail from the work of woodcarver Rasmus Elvesæter, who was responsible for a number of carvings at the family farm Elveseter in Jotunheimen. A wooden spoon from 1825 was allowed to be copied, and in 1954 the Elvesæter spoon in silver was launched for the first time. The original still hangs at Elveseter farm. The actual production of the pattern is an art in itself. Today, Elvesæter silver cutlery is a Norwegian cultural heritage.

    Elvesæter small serving spoon has a wide spoon blade that is well suited for serving various dishes.

    Supplied in an elegant gift box. Do you want to make it extra unique? We can engrave serving pieces. Get in touch with us!






    Item number: 517744
    Length: 18.4
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    Elveseter no. 341 service fork
    Regular price 4.500 kr
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    Utility fork no. 341 in the Elvesæter design.

    Elvesæter was designed by Brødrene Lohne in 1954 and represents Norwegian folk art. Inspiration for the pattern was found in a small detail from the work of woodcarver Rasmus Elvesæter, who was responsible for a number of carvings at the family farm Elveseter in Jotunheimen. A wooden spoon from 1825 was allowed to be copied, and in 1954 the Elvesæter spoon in silver was launched for the first time. The original still hangs at Elveseter farm. The actual production of the pattern is an art in itself. Today, Elvesæter silver cutlery is a Norwegian cultural heritage.

    Elvesæter serving fork has two prongs and is well suited for serving different types of meat.

    Supplied in an elegant gift box. Do you want to make it extra unique? We can engrave serving pieces. Get in touch with us!






    Item number: 517710
    Length: 22.5
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    Elveseter no. 340 serving spoon
    Regular price 4.500 kr
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    Serving spoon no. 340 in the Elvesæter design.

    Elvesæter was designed by Brødrene Lohne in 1954 and represents Norwegian folk art. Inspiration for the pattern was found in a small detail from the work of woodcarver Rasmus Elvesæter, who was responsible for a number of carvings at the family farm Elveseter in Jotunheimen. A wooden spoon from 1825 was allowed to be copied, and in 1954 the Elvesæter spoon in silver was launched for the first time. The original still hangs at Elveseter farm. The actual production of the pattern is an art in itself. Today, Elvesæter silver cutlery is a Norwegian cultural heritage.

    Elvesæter serving spoon has a wide spoon blade that is well suited for serving various dishes.

    Supplied in an elegant gift box. Do you want to make it extra unique? We can engrave serving pieces. Get in touch with us!






    Item number: 517709
    Length: 21.6
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    Elveseter no. 343 jam spoon
    Regular price 1.995 kr
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    Jam spoon no. 343 in the Elvesæter design.

    Elvesæter was designed by Brødrene Lohne in 1954 and represents Norwegian folk art. Inspiration for the pattern was found in a small detail from the work of woodcarver Rasmus Elvesæter, who was responsible for a number of carvings at the family farm Elveseter in Jotunheimen. A wooden spoon from 1825 was allowed to be copied, and in 1954 the Elvesæter spoon in silver was launched for the first time. The original still hangs at Elveseter farm. The actual production of the pattern is an art in itself. Today, Elvesæter silver cutlery is a Norwegian cultural heritage.

    Elvesæter jam spoon is well suited for use in jam, sugar or in the berry bowl.

    Supplied in an elegant gift box. Do you want to make it extra unique? We can engrave spoons. Get in touch with us!






    Item number: 517718
    Length: 14.7
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    Elveseter no. 348 cake shovel, large tip
    Regular price 4.043 kr
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    Cake spatula with large tip no. 348 in the Elvesæter design.

    Elvesæter was designed by Brødrene Lohne in 1954 and represents Norwegian folk art. Inspiration for the pattern was found in a small detail from the work of woodcarver Rasmus Elvesæter, who was responsible for a number of carvings at the family farm Elveseter in Jotunheimen. A wooden spoon from 1825 was allowed to be copied, and in 1954 the Elvesæter spoon in silver was launched for the first time. The original still hangs at Elveseter farm. The actual production of the pattern is an art in itself. Today, Elvesæter silver cutlery is a Norwegian cultural heritage.

    Elvesæter cake spatula with a large tip is well suited for cutting and serving cake.

    Supplied in an elegant gift box. Do you want to make it extra unique? We can engrave serving pieces. Get in touch with us!






    Item number: 517791
    Length: 22.2
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    River seats no. 158 sauseose
    Regular price 3.358 kr
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    Saucepan no. 158 in Elvesæter designed.

    Elvesæter was designed by Brødrene Lohne in 1954 and represents Norwegian folk art. Inspiration for the pattern was found in a small detail from the work of woodcarver Rasmus Elvesæter, who was responsible for a number of carvings at the family farm Elveseter in Jotunheimen. A wooden spoon from 1825 was allowed to be copied, and in 1954 the Elvesæter spoon in silver was launched for the first time. The original still hangs at Elveseter farm. The actual production of the pattern is an art in itself. Today, Elvesæter silver cutlery is a Norwegian cultural heritage.

    Supplied in an elegant gift box. Do you want to make it extra unique? We can engrave spoons. Get in touch with us!






    Item number: 517714
    Length: 15.5
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