Author: John Fay
Date Posted:6 November 2013
Barcelona Forks, Spoons & Knife
This is the Transcription for the Video above.
[Begin “Barcelona Forks, Spoons & Knife Maven Supplies”]
Here’s a short video describing our Barcelona cutlery range with the pieces which are not the main pieces. These are all secondary items, not as common as the main table knife, table fork, dessert spoon, soup spoon, or teaspoon.
So you can see the full range. We’ve got a soda spoon, which is your long handled teaspoon, your long fork, so this isn’t the table fork. If you need a dessert fork, this is your second ones, which are made a dessert fork for a full setting and this is the dessert knife, same thing, so these are for the dessert or they can be used for the entrée knife and fork, is what they are used for. They’re slightly smaller than the table knife and table fork. You can see the oyster fork here, a fruit fork, cake fork, fruit spoon, and coffee spoon or demitasse spoon.
And I’ll just show you up close what they are, so you can see the design. These have got that nice, fully polished handle. You can see the nice, form design—that nice sort of hour glass figure there. They’re a nice, thick steel. These are a very good quality. They’re quite respectable for any café or restaurant so if you’ve got a higher end restaurant or café and you want something nicer than the standard Melbourne or Oslo ranges, this is a step up from there. These are great for that.
And I’ll just show you up close piece by piece what they are. So this is the dessert fork, so you can see the shape of the handle—dessert fork are also used as an entrée fork in a full table setting. This is the dessert knife or table, the entrée knife is what that’s used for but it’s all, we call it the “dessert knife.” So that’s what they are there. Same sort of handle, same sort of design—these all match the Tomkin Princesa range, so if you use any of the Tomkin Princesa pieces, these will match.
So you can see the oyster fork there. It’s a nice, little fork. You can see the size of it compared to my hand. You can see the shape of the blades how they flare out, the, the tines, they flare out slightly. This is to hold the oysters on the fork quite, quite well. That’s what they are designed for quite well.
And this is a four-pronged fruit fork so this is for small pieces of fruit, for eating fruit there. You can see the same shaped handle, nice, polished handle there, form design. And this is a cake fork. These are quite popular as well as a little cake fork for cafés and restaurants that serve their cakes and desserts there. You can see the shape of the, of the tines there. A bit of a wider tine there so if you do need to cut something with your, with your fork, you can do that.
This is the fruit spoon. They’ve got the round end—typical fruit spoon shape. You can see what that is. This is great for say, passion fruit, scooping it out like so. Same shaped handle and you can see in the background the red boxes. That’s how they come in. So this is a demitasse spoon. This is a small. This is a coffee spoon or demitasse. It’s a very small spoon—slightly smaller than a teaspoon. That’s what they’re there for.
And now, yeah, in the background there, you can see these boxes. They, these are all sold per dozen, all these pieces. We don’t sell them individually. That’s how they come in a box of a dozen. I’ll just show you what—the oyster fork, how they come. So we’ll just take it out of the box and you can see how they come in pack. Each one’s individual wrapped there in a plastic for hygiene the first time you get them so they’re protected. They all come nice and polished and quite well presented. And I’ll just leave that there.
So to buy this, just click the “Buy Now” or “Add to Cart” button on the page of the cutlery you need, fill in your details, put your payment through, and we’ll send it out to you. Thanks for visiting the Maven Hospitality Supplies online store. [3:36]
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