Review: Cutlery that Cuts It!

Review: Cutlery that Cuts It!

We've fallen in love with Robert Welch's latest alfresco-inspired, English countryside cutlery collection. It's sleek and stylish looks combine with a smooth cutting ability.

Named after the Cotswold villages of Bourton, Hidcote and Kingham, are the three exclusive new cutlery patterns. Robert Welch has been designing cutlery and kitchenware for over six decades in the heart of the Cotswolds in Chipping Campden.

Today, and under the direction of Rupert and Alice Welch (son and daughter of Robert Welch), a talented team of designers ensures his passion to create timeless and beautiful pieces remains rooted in the company’s DNA, and in the creation of every new product. All three cutlery collections, along with a more traditional twist on a classic – the Trattoria Bright, use the finest 18/10 stainless steel and come with Robert Welch’s 25 year guarantee.

Bourton Bright Cutlery

Inspired by the English countryside, the design for this collection is taken from the meandering curves of the river Windrush which runs through the picturesque village of Bourton On The Water.

Super stylish and sleek, the cutlery set's good looks are combined with great usability.

The sleek profile and delicate detailing at the neck of each piece creates a uniquely rustic and hand-crafted quality to the design.Tip: Looks stunning paired with a natural edge slate and plum blossom linen to add a pop of colour. Available in a 24-84 piece set (£90-£275 rrp).