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Fork, Ox

House Doctor

 

We use a lot of hours around the table where we enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner – and every time, we use cutlery. So why not do something extra with your cutlery? Ox from House Doctor is a stunning fork made of stainless steel. The shaft is covered in titanium, which adds edge and character to the table setting. The fork is dishwasher safe - Finish may vanish after numerous times in dishwasher.

 

We use a lot of hours around the table where we enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner – and every time, we use cutlery. So why not do something extra with your cutlery? Ox from House Doctor is a stunning fork made of stainless steel. The shaft is covered in titanium, which adds edge and character to the table setting. The fork is dishwasher safe - Finish may vanish after numerous times in dishwasher.

Size
l: 20,5 cm,
Units
1
Material
Stainless steel, Titanium
Item number
209660301
Markings
N/A
Washing instruction
EAN
5707644470484

Use
Approved for dishwasher

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