Melbourne Knife, Fork, Dessert, Soup, and Teaspoon Video by Maven Supplies

Author: John Fay   Date Posted:6 November 2013


Here’s a short video describing the range of cutlery from the Melbourne cutlery range, which we stock. Now the Melbourne cutlery range matches the Atlantis range if you use Tomkin cutlery. This is the equivalent we have to match the Atlantis range. So you can see what we have here. We’ve got the table knife, the table fork, dessert spoon, soup spoon, and teaspoon. They’re the five pieces that we do stock.

Now, these are very popular as they’re, they are the next step up from the Oslo range. They’re not the most economical cutlery we have but these are very economical and a very good quality, durable cutlery where price is important but you do need something that’s going to last a bit longer than what the Oslo will.

Now I’m going to show you up close what they are. These are great for, these are very popular with motels, cafés, restaurants, take away, that sort of thing there, where you do want something a bit more durable and get a bit more strength. So up close, you can see what the, the table knife, the serrations there on the knife. And then the handle shape. You can see the handle shape. This is an actual formed, stainless steel so it’s made from a solid piece of stainless, not actually pressed like the other one so that’s ground to get that shape there. You can see the shape of the back of the handle. That’s the table knife.

And I’m just going to show you Melbourne cutlery table fork. This is all a matching set so these all go together quite well. So the table fork, you can see that there. It’s got a bit of thickness there so it doesn’t bend too easily. The shape—so they’ve all got polished bowls and tines, so this part here is polished. The handles are all brush finished so they’ve all just got a nice, satin finish there. You can see that shape there.

And then the dessert spoon, same shaped handle, yet again, polished bowl of the spoon, and then the brush finished handle. So that’s what the handle is. Soup spoon, same shaped handle. And you can see in the background there those five boxes, which are a gray box. That’s what they do come in. They’re sold in a pack of one dozen. We don’t sell them individually. That’s the teaspoon there.

So you can see as you buy them in a box here, that’s what you’ll get—a box like so, that’s what they come. If you need to buy a large quantity of these, you’d buy them by the dozen so whatever you need to buy, just multiply it or divide it by a dozen to suit what you need and that is how they do come. That’s a dozen dessert spoons, all individually wrapped when you buy them.

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