Ashbury Bright cutlery is a classic pattern with a contemporary twist; the knives feature a fluid curve which creates a feeling of movement.
The classic styling of Ashbury Bright forks and spoons contrasts against the modern silhouette of the table, side and steak knives which are designed to be poised for use, resting vertically with the cutting edge of the knives raised from the table top. The gentle kick up of the end of the fork and spoon handles present a mirror image of the downward curve of the knife handle. Traditionally shaped knives are also available.
Try Robert Welch cutlery in your own home with our Ashbury Bright Cutlery Cutlery Sample Set, 3 Piece.
Read our guide on how to set a table for all occasions.
Inspiration note: Mix and match our Ashbury Bright cutlery and textured Honeybourne Bright cutlery collections to create a unique and personal table setting.
Ashbury Bright cutlery is part of the Master Cutlery Collection. The patterns in the Master Collection are design-led statement pieces requiring the highest levels of manufacturing expertise. All patterns in this collection are made from best quality stainless steel and individually priced by pattern.
Ashbury Bright spoons and forks are made from the highest quality 18/10 stainless steel.
Ashbury Bright knives are forged from specially hardened stainless steel for a fine cutting edge.
Table Knife (12), Table Fork (12), Soup Spoon (12), Side Knife (12), Side Fork (12), Dessert Spoon (12), English Teaspoon (12)
Table Knife - Length: 236mm
Table Fork - Length: 203mm
Soup Spoon - Length: 206mm / Bowl Width: 43mm
Side Knife - Length: 200mm
Side Fork - Length: 185mm
Dessert Spoon - Length: 185mm / Bowl Width: 36mm
English Teaspoon - Length: 139mm / Bowl Width: 28mm
Care & Need to Know
We recommend washing your cutlery/flatware in the dishwasher:
• Wash on a short hot cycle 65°-75°C (150°-167°F)
• Use quality branded all in one dishwasher tablets*
• Keep Rinse Aid topped up and Salt (for hard water areas).
• Avoid washing with non-stainless steel metals (this can cause rust staining - especially on knives).
• Ensure the dishwasher filters are cleaned and use a proprietary dishwasher cleaner regularly.
*For UK customers we recommend Fairy Platinum Plus and for US customers Cascade Platinum Plus.
When washing your Cutlery/Flatware by hand:
Rinse cutlery/flatware to remove all traces of food as soon as possible after use. Wash in warm soapy water with a microfibre cloth or non abrasive brush**. Try to avoid soaking your cutlery/flatware and always dry thoroughly immediately after washing.
**Always avoid scouring with pads or abrasive cleaners as this will scratch the surface.
To restore your finish on your cutlery/flatware we recommend using a dry microfibre cloth.
For further information please see our Cutlery/Flatware Product Care page.
Ashbury Bright cutlery has a Lifetime Guarantee.
Delivery & Returns
UK standard delivery is free for orders of £50 and over, and £3.50 for orders under £50. Delivery is normally made within 2-4 working days. Subject to stock availability. Please see our Delivery page for more information, other options or for delivery times to other territories.
We pride ourselves on our consistent delivery promise and often exceed customer expectations, however, please be aware that we may need to change our delivery timescales when we are unfortunate enough to experience operational challenges.
If you would like to contact us about your delivery, the Customer Care Team are available on 01386 840 522, Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm GMT (excluding Bank Holidays), via email at email@example.com or through live chat on the website, 7 days a week.
For further information, please see our Delivery page.
Design Story: Ashbury (2006)
One of the earliest cutlery designs created for Robert Welch by Kit deBretton Gordon, Ashbury takes inspiration from historic cutlery and is reminiscent of the shape of ‘pistol grip’ knives.
Now Head of Design, Kit recalls the design process for Ashbury: “I liked the concept of the handle fitting beautifully into the palm of the hand, and I developed the design from there. Cutlery should be an extension of the hand and multiple versions of the prototype knife were made to hone the feeling of balance whilst holding and using.”