Shapes by Viners cutlery canteen

Shapes by Viners cutlery canteen

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Vintage 1960's Viners "Shape" stainless steel cutlery set designed by Gerald Benney. This Vintage 1960's Viners "Shape" stainless steel set comprises 6 x tea spoon 6 x dessert spoon 6 x soup spoon 6x starter forks 6 x starter knives 6 x large fork 6 x large knife 2 x serving spoons. Set is in the original wooden felt lined box

An Iconic designed by Gerald Benney who was a fine Goldsmith .Born in Hull in 1930 Benney went on to study at Brighton College of Art between 1946-8 where his father was Principal. After studying at the Royal College of Art between 1950-53. Benney became Professor of Silversmithing and Jewellery there from 1974 to 1983. He was a Consultant Designer to Viners of Sheffield throughout the 1960's, designing pieces for silver, pewter and stainless steel production.
This is a great design with very practical purpose. It is a modernist shape with an embossed pattern on the handle of each piece. in good vintage condition

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