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An English teaspoon from the elegant, iconic RW2 range. Brushed finish and made from the finest 18/10 stainless steel.Read more
RW2 cutlery has soft concave detailing on each handle. The design is an updated version of Robert Welch's Alveston cutlery, first released in 1962. Spoons and forks are made using the highest quality 18/10 stainless steel. Knife blades are made from specially hardened stainless steel to provide the finest possible cutting edge.
RW2 is available with a mirror or brushed finish, has a lifetime guarantee and is dishwasher safe.
Bowl Width: 25mm
As good and stylish as ever.
“Just doubled our set of teaspoons - originals date back 30+ years.”– David Bateson, 19th May 2019
“When my wife and I got married in 2006 one of our wedding gifts was a complete set of Robert Welch cutlery in this style. Over the years, they have stood up to the abuse a young family can throw at it and in that time have retained that gorgeous, modern look and deluxe feel. However, we noticed that over time several of the teaspoons were disappearing. Although to this day we don’t why this is the case we always have been a little saddened as our beautiful dinner service was incomplete.
RW2 Satin English Tea Spoons
“I bought these to match the cutlery set I had as a wedding present (not Robert Welsh), almost 30 years ago! Tea spoons seem to have got lost over the years! I particularly wanted the satin finish. They are a complete match! Perhaps my original set was ahead of its time 30 years ago. Thank you to the Robert Welsh company for producing such stylish, on-trend and good value cutlery. The company also came up very well in various consumer reviews.”– Alison Powell, 7th August 2018
RW2 Satin English Tea Spoon
“Good looking and functional tea spoons.”– Colin Fletcher, 22nd March 2018
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