Cutlery

Cutlery

Innovative and elegant cutlery for kitchen and table. Fine cutlery from Mono, Carl Mertens, Sabre, Bitz and many more

Carl Mertens - NEOCOUNTRY cutlery Carl Mertens - NEOCOUNTRY cutlery
Carl Mertens - NEOCOUNTRY cutlery
Precious rustic design for indoors and outdoors.18/10 stainless steelDesign: Robert Kildersdishwasher safelength 22,8 cm

€17.00*
Carl Mertens - NEOCOUNTRY cutlery Carl Mertens - NEOCOUNTRY cutlery
Carl Mertens - NEOCOUNTRY cutlery
Precious rustic design for indoors and outdoors.18/10 stainless steelDesign: Robert Kildersdishwasher safe16 cm

€6.50*
Carl Mertens - WORPSWEDE cutlery Carl Mertens - WORPSWEDE cutlery
Carl Mertens - WORPSWEDE cutlery
Even after 80 years, the table accessories continue to be modern. They come without any ornaments and fascinate by the special surface treatment "duotone": the rounded, ergonomically shaped handles are frosted, while the blades, lugs and tines are polished. Worpswede - a timeless classic for sophisticated tables!18/10 stainless steelDesign: Manfred Schickduotone - with matt and polished cutlery elementstimelessly elegantdishwasher safe

€25.00*
Cutlery set, 4 pcs., table knife with short blade Cutlery set, 4 pcs., table knife with short blade
Cutlery set, 4 pcs., table knife with short blade
In the early 1960s, the Mono A series was supplemented by Mono E (ebony) and Mono T (teak) by Peter Raacke. The basic shapes of fork and spoon are the same as with Mono A, the cutlery handles of Mono E and Mono T are covered on both sides with riveted wood. This creates an attractive contrast to the stainless steel. Mono E and T can be combined very well with pre-parts from the Mono A series. Both ebony and teak are very robust woods that, with the right care, will last for decades despite daily use and contact with water. However, they are not suitable for cleaning in the dishwasher. The knife blade consists of hardened blade steel, which ensures a long edge retention.     Designer: Peter Raacke     Release year: 1960     Material: 18/10 stainless steel, matt brushed, ebony     consisting of knife, fork, soup spoon and teaspoon  

€230.00*
Dessert or cake fork Dessert or cake fork
Dessert or cake fork
Both ebony and teak are very robust woods that, with the right care, will last for decades despite daily use and contact with water. However, they are not suitable for cleaning in the dishwasher. The knife blade consists of hardened blade steel, which ensures a long edge retention. Further information on the care of Mono cutlery can be found here. In the early 1960s, the Mono A series was supplemented by Mono E (ebony) and Mono T (teak) by Peter Raacke. The basic shapes of fork and spoon are the same as with Mono A, the cutlery handles of Mono E and Mono T are covered on both sides with riveted wood. This creates an attractive contrast to the stainless steel. Mono E and T can be combined very well with pre-parts from the Mono A series.   Designer: Peter Raacke Release year: 1960 Material: 18/10 stainless steel, matt brushed, ebony Length: 18.2cm  

€54.00*
mono - Salado Salad serving set large
mono - Salado Salad serving set large
Large spoon, long handle - and a small, decisive detail: salado and saladino can be hung on the salad bowl. The advantage of this is "obvious". Salad serving set large 37 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Ralph Krämer Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€119.00*
mono - Salado Salad serving set small
mono - Salado Salad serving set small
Large spoon, long handle - and a small, decisive detail: salado and saladino can be hung on the salad bowl. The advantage of this is "obvious". Salad serving set large 15 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Ralph Krämer Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€58.00*
mono PICO - Walnut opener 7 cm mono PICO - Walnut opener 7 cm
mono PICO - Walnut opener 7 cm
Open walnuts gently and without breakage: The pico tip is simply inserted into the soft part of the nut and the shell is split into two halves by turning it lightly. With the outer tips, the interior can then easily take out.The highlight for jewelery fans: Mono Pico can also be worn as a chain on a longer leather strap.Diameter: 7 cmMaterial 18/10 stainless, polished stainless steel

€24.00*
mono POTT - Oyster fork 14 cm
mono POTT - Oyster fork 14 cm
Oysters and lobsters are undoubtedly some of the greatest delights enjoyed by gourmets. Undoubtedly, they are also the hardest to reach, even risking injury. With these congenial special tools, the effort is reduced considerably, and the unique fruits of the sea can be enjoyed as stylishly as they deserve.Oyster fork 14 cmStainless Steel 18/10

€52.00*
mono POTT - Scoop 10.5 cm
mono POTT - Scoop 10.5 cm
Mustard, spicy sauces or pesto can be served with the handmade mustard spoon.More and more households are turning into strongholds of fine cuisine. They find support in the form of numerous sophisticated accessories from Pott. They inspire and arouse emotions. Often they are ahead of their time, often receiving awards from around the world. But they all have one thing in common: perfection in design and the highest quality.Scoop 10.5 cmStainless Steel 18/10

€46.00*
mono ring - Cutlery set, 25 pcs with stand mono ring - Cutlery set, 25 pcs with stand
mono ring - Cutlery set, 25 pcs with stand
Mono Ring Welcome back! Mono Ring has been missing: on the table, in the office, at friends’ homes, and we missed it too. We were very uneasy about it.So finally we have decided to bring Mono Ring back home. For us the Mono Ring story continues, but for many it is just about to start. This is going to be exciting. The designer Peter Raacke, together with the graphic designer Karl-Oskar Blase and then managing director Herbert Seibel, established the brand Mono at the late 1950’s and also designed the flatware experiment Mono Ring in 1962. Mono Ring was in the market for three decades and became a classic. The young designer Mark Braun, 47 years younger than Peter Raacke, only knew Mono Ring from the design literature. He studied the original design intensively and reinterpreted it for its reintroduction. Raacke’s idea of 1962 remains strong: flatware that does not need a drawer and does not have to be placed next to the plate. Instead, it hangs visibly and handy on a cross-shaped rack in the center of the table and diners around the table help themselves. Wilhelm Seibel, Mono’s managing director, together with Mark Braun presented the results to Peter Raacke. After a intensive examination he gave his blessing: “You can do that!” In 2018, a new chapter in flatware history begins for Mono Ring. Revised and refreshed in ist form and available in five contemporary colors. Ist handle combines latest research and high-tech material. Hanging on the rack in the middle of the table - that is the proper place for Mono Ring at home, in diners, in cafeterias, in bistros, and in restaurants. Enjoy your meal.6 Table fork, 6 table knife, 6 table spoon, 6 coffee spoon and standStainless Steel 18/10, PolyamidDesign: Peter Raacke, Mark BraunWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€620.00*
mono ring - Cutlery set, 25 pcs with stand mono ring - Cutlery set, 25 pcs with stand
mono ring - Cutlery set, 25 pcs with stand
Mono Ring Welcome back! Mono Ring has been missing: on the table, in the office, at friends’ homes, and we missed it too. We were very uneasy about it. So finally we have decided to bring Mono Ring back home. For us the Mono Ring story continues, but for many it is just about to start. This is going to be exciting. The designer Peter Raacke, together with the graphic designer Karl-Oskar Blase and then managing director Herbert Seibel, established the brand Mono at the late 1950’s and also designed the flatware experiment Mono Ring in 1962. Mono Ring was in the market for three decades and became a classic. The young designer Mark Braun, 47 years younger than Peter Raacke, only knew Mono Ring from the design literature. He studied the original design intensively and reinterpreted it for its reintroduction. Raacke’s idea of 1962 remains strong: flatware that does not need a drawer and does not have to be placed next to the plate. Instead, it hangs visibly and handy on a cross-shaped rack in the center of the table and diners around the table help themselves. Wilhelm Seibel, Mono’s managing director, together with Mark Braun presented the results to Peter Raacke. After a intensive examination he gave his blessing: “You can do that!” In 2018, a new chapter in flatware history begins for Mono Ring. Revised and refreshed in ist form and available in five contemporary colors. Ist handle combines latest research and high-tech material. Hanging on the rack in the middle of the table - that is the proper place for Mono Ring at home, in diners, in cafeterias, in bistros, and in restaurants. Enjoy your meal. 6 Table fork, 6 table knife, 6 table spoon, 6 coffee spoon and stand Stainless Steel 18/10, Polyamid Design: Peter Raacke, Mark Braun Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.  

€620.00*
mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs.  blue mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs.  blue
mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. blue
Mono Ring Welcome back! Mono Ring has been missing: on the table, in the office, at friends’ homes, and we missed it too. We were very uneasy about it. So finally we have decided to bring Mono Ring back home. For us the Mono Ring story continues, but for many it is just about to start. This is going to be exciting. The designer Peter Raacke, together with the graphic designer Karl-Oskar Blase and then managing director Herbert Seibel, established the brand Mono at the late 1950’s and also designed the flatware experiment Mono Ring in 1962. Mono Ring was in the market for three decades and became a classic. The young designer Mark Braun, 47 years younger than Peter Raacke, only knew Mono Ring from the design literature. He studied the original design intensively and reinterpreted it for its reintroduction. Raacke’s idea of 1962 remains strong: flatware that does not need a drawer and does not have to be placed next to the plate. Instead, it hangs visibly and handy on a cross-shaped rack in the center of the table and diners around the table help themselves. Wilhelm Seibel, Mono’s managing director, together with Mark Braun presented the results to Peter Raacke. After a intensive examination he gave his blessing: “You can do that!” In 2018, a new chapter in flatware history begins for Mono Ring. Revised and refreshed in ist form and available in five contemporary colors. Ist handle combines latest research and high-tech material. Hanging on the rack in the middle of the table - that is the proper place for Mono Ring at home, in diners, in cafeterias, in bistros, and in restaurants. Enjoy your meal. Table fork, table knife, table spoon and coffee spoon Stainless Steel 18/10, Polyamid Design: Peter Raacke, Mark Braun Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€95.00*
mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. black mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. black
mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. black
Mono Ring Welcome back! Mono Ring has been missing: on the table, in the office, at friends’ homes, and we missed it too. We were very uneasy about it. So finally we have decided to bring Mono Ring back home. For us the Mono Ring story continues, but for many it is just about to start. This is going to be exciting. The designer Peter Raacke, together with the graphic designer Karl-Oskar Blase and then managing director Herbert Seibel, established the brand Mono at the late 1950’s and also designed the flatware experiment Mono Ring in 1962. Mono Ring was in the market for three decades and became a classic. The young designer Mark Braun, 47 years younger than Peter Raacke, only knew Mono Ring from the design literature. He studied the original design intensively and reinterpreted it for its reintroduction. Raacke’s idea of 1962 remains strong: flatware that does not need a drawer and does not have to be placed next to the plate. Instead, it hangs visibly and handy on a cross-shaped rack in the center of the table and diners around the table help themselves. Wilhelm Seibel, Mono’s managing director, together with Mark Braun presented the results to Peter Raacke. After a intensive examination he gave his blessing: “You can do that!” In 2018, a new chapter in flatware history begins for Mono Ring. Revised and refreshed in ist form and available in five contemporary colors. Ist handle combines latest research and high-tech material. Hanging on the rack in the middle of the table - that is the proper place for Mono Ring at home, in diners, in cafeterias, in bistros, and in restaurants. Enjoy your meal. Table fork, table knife, table spoon and coffee spoon Stainless Steel 18/10, Polyamid Design: Peter Raacke, Mark Braun Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€95.00*
mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. grey mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. grey
mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. grey
Mono Ring Welcome back! Mono Ring has been missing: on the table, in the office, at friends’ homes, and we missed it too. We were very uneasy about it. So finally we have decided to bring Mono Ring back home. For us the Mono Ring story continues, but for many it is just about to start. This is going to be exciting. The designer Peter Raacke, together with the graphic designer Karl-Oskar Blase and then managing director Herbert Seibel, established the brand Mono at the late 1950’s and also designed the flatware experiment Mono Ring in 1962. Mono Ring was in the market for three decades and became a classic. The young designer Mark Braun, 47 years younger than Peter Raacke, only knew Mono Ring from the design literature. He studied the original design intensively and reinterpreted it for its reintroduction. Raacke’s idea of 1962 remains strong: flatware that does not need a drawer and does not have to be placed next to the plate. Instead, it hangs visibly and handy on a cross-shaped rack in the center of the table and diners around the table help themselves. Wilhelm Seibel, Mono’s managing director, together with Mark Braun presented the results to Peter Raacke. After a intensive examination he gave his blessing: “You can do that!” In 2018, a new chapter in flatware history begins for Mono Ring. Revised and refreshed in ist form and available in five contemporary colors. Ist handle combines latest research and high-tech material. Hanging on the rack in the middle of the table - that is the proper place for Mono Ring at home, in diners, in cafeterias, in bistros, and in restaurants. Enjoy your meal. Table fork, table knife, table spoon and coffee spoon Stainless Steel 18/10, Polyamid Design: Peter Raacke, Mark Braun Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€95.00*
mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. red mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. red
mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. red
Mono Ring Welcome back! Mono Ring has been missing: on the table, in the office, at friends’ homes, and we missed it too. We were very uneasy about it. So finally we have decided to bring Mono Ring back home. For us the Mono Ring story continues, but for many it is just about to start. This is going to be exciting. The designer Peter Raacke, together with the graphic designer Karl-Oskar Blase and then managing director Herbert Seibel, established the brand Mono at the late 1950’s and also designed the flatware experiment Mono Ring in 1962. Mono Ring was in the market for three decades and became a classic. The young designer Mark Braun, 47 years younger than Peter Raacke, only knew Mono Ring from the design literature. He studied the original design intensively and reinterpreted it for its reintroduction. Raacke’s idea of 1962 remains strong: flatware that does not need a drawer and does not have to be placed next to the plate. Instead, it hangs visibly and handy on a cross-shaped rack in the center of the table and diners around the table help themselves. Wilhelm Seibel, Mono’s managing director, together with Mark Braun presented the results to Peter Raacke. After a intensive examination he gave his blessing: “You can do that!” In 2018, a new chapter in flatware history begins for Mono Ring. Revised and refreshed in ist form and available in five contemporary colors. Ist handle combines latest research and high-tech material. Hanging on the rack in the middle of the table - that is the proper place for Mono Ring at home, in diners, in cafeterias, in bistros, and in restaurants. Enjoy your meal. Table fork, table knife, table spoon and coffee spoon Stainless Steel 18/10, Polyamid Design: Peter Raacke, Mark Braun Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€95.00*
mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. white mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. white
mono ring - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. white
Mono Ring Welcome back! Mono Ring has been missing: on the table, in the office, at friends’ homes, and we missed it too. We were very uneasy about it. So finally we have decided to bring Mono Ring back home. For us the Mono Ring story continues, but for many it is just about to start. This is going to be exciting. The designer Peter Raacke, together with the graphic designer Karl-Oskar Blase and then managing director Herbert Seibel, established the brand Mono at the late 1950’s and also designed the flatware experiment Mono Ring in 1962. Mono Ring was in the market for three decades and became a classic. The young designer Mark Braun, 47 years younger than Peter Raacke, only knew Mono Ring from the design literature. He studied the original design intensively and reinterpreted it for its reintroduction. Raacke’s idea of 1962 remains strong: flatware that does not need a drawer and does not have to be placed next to the plate. Instead, it hangs visibly and handy on a cross-shaped rack in the center of the table and diners around the table help themselves. Wilhelm Seibel, Mono’s managing director, together with Mark Braun presented the results to Peter Raacke. After a intensive examination he gave his blessing: “You can do that!” In 2018, a new chapter in flatware history begins for Mono Ring. Revised and refreshed in ist form and available in five contemporary colors. Ist handle combines latest research and high-tech material. Hanging on the rack in the middle of the table - that is the proper place for Mono Ring at home, in diners, in cafeterias, in bistros, and in restaurants. Enjoy your meal. Table fork, table knife, table spoon and coffee spoon Stainless Steel 18/10, Polyamid Design: Peter Raacke, Mark Braun Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€95.00*
mono ring - Dessert Fork mono ring - Dessert Fork
mono ring - Dessert Fork
Mono Ring Welcome back! Mono Ring has been missing: on the table, in the office, at friends’ homes, and we missed it too. We were very uneasy about it. So finally we have decided to bring Mono Ring back home. For us the Mono Ring story continues, but for many it is just about to start. This is going to be exciting. The designer Peter Raacke, together with the graphic designer Karl-Oskar Blase and then managing director Herbert Seibel, established the brand Mono at the late 1950’s and also designed the flatware experiment Mono Ring in 1962. Mono Ring was in the market for three decades and became a classic. The young designer Mark Braun, 47 years younger than Peter Raacke, only knew Mono Ring from the design literature. He studied the original design intensively and reinterpreted it for its reintroduction. Raacke’s idea of 1962 remains strong: flatware that does not need a drawer and does not have to be placed next to the plate. Instead, it hangs visibly and handy on a cross-shaped rack in the center of the table and diners around the table help themselves. Wilhelm Seibel, Mono’s managing director, together with Mark Braun presented the results to Peter Raacke. After a intensive examination he gave his blessing: “You can do that!” In 2018, a new chapter in flatware history begins for Mono Ring. Revised and refreshed in ist form and available in five contemporary colors. Ist handle combines latest research and high-tech material. Hanging on the rack in the middle of the table - that is the proper place for Mono Ring at home, in diners, in cafeterias, in bistros, and in restaurants. Enjoy your meal. Dessert Fork Stainless Steel 18/10, Polyamid Design: Peter Raacke, Mark Braun Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.  

€24.00*
mono ring - Dessert Fork mono ring - Dessert Fork
mono ring - Dessert Fork
Mono Ring Welcome back! Mono Ring has been missing: on the table, in the office, at friends’ homes, and we missed it too. We were very uneasy about it.So finally we have decided to bring Mono Ring back home. For us the Mono Ring story continues, but for many it is just about to start. This is going to be exciting. The designer Peter Raacke, together with the graphic designer Karl-Oskar Blase and then managing director Herbert Seibel, established the brand Mono at the late 1950’s and also designed the flatware experiment Mono Ring in 1962. Mono Ring was in the market for three decades and became a classic. The young designer Mark Braun, 47 years younger than Peter Raacke, only knew Mono Ring from the design literature. He studied the original design intensively and reinterpreted it for its reintroduction. Raacke’s idea of 1962 remains strong: flatware that does not need a drawer and does not have to be placed next to the plate. Instead, it hangs visibly and handy on a cross-shaped rack in the center of the table and diners around the table help themselves. Wilhelm Seibel, Mono’s managing director, together with Mark Braun presented the results to Peter Raacke. After a intensive examination he gave his blessing: “You can do that!” In 2018, a new chapter in flatware history begins for Mono Ring. Revised and refreshed in ist form and available in five contemporary colors. Ist handle combines latest research and high-tech material. Hanging on the rack in the middle of the table - that is the proper place for Mono Ring at home, in diners, in cafeterias, in bistros, and in restaurants. Enjoy your meal.Dessert ForkStainless Steel 18/10, PolyamidDesign: Peter Raacke, Mark BraunWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€24.00*
mono ring - Dessert Fork mono ring - Dessert Fork
mono ring - Dessert Fork
Mono Ring Welcome back! Mono Ring has been missing: on the table, in the office, at friends’ homes, and we missed it too. We were very uneasy about it.So finally we have decided to bring Mono Ring back home. For us the Mono Ring story continues, but for many it is just about to start. This is going to be exciting. The designer Peter Raacke, together with the graphic designer Karl-Oskar Blase and then managing director Herbert Seibel, established the brand Mono at the late 1950’s and also designed the flatware experiment Mono Ring in 1962. Mono Ring was in the market for three decades and became a classic. The young designer Mark Braun, 47 years younger than Peter Raacke, only knew Mono Ring from the design literature. He studied the original design intensively and reinterpreted it for its reintroduction. Raacke’s idea of 1962 remains strong: flatware that does not need a drawer and does not have to be placed next to the plate. Instead, it hangs visibly and handy on a cross-shaped rack in the center of the table and diners around the table help themselves. Wilhelm Seibel, Mono’s managing director, together with Mark Braun presented the results to Peter Raacke. After a intensive examination he gave his blessing: “You can do that!” In 2018, a new chapter in flatware history begins for Mono Ring. Revised and refreshed in ist form and available in five contemporary colors. Ist handle combines latest research and high-tech material. Hanging on the rack in the middle of the table - that is the proper place for Mono Ring at home, in diners, in cafeterias, in bistros, and in restaurants. Enjoy your meal.Dessert ForkStainless Steel 18/10, PolyamidDesign: Peter Raacke, Mark BraunWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€24.00*
mono ring - Dessert Fork mono ring - Dessert Fork
mono ring - Dessert Fork
Mono Ring Welcome back! Mono Ring has been missing: on the table, in the office, at friends’ homes, and we missed it too. We were very uneasy about it. So finally we have decided to bring Mono Ring back home. For us the Mono Ring story continues, but for many it is just about to start. This is going to be exciting. The designer Peter Raacke, together with the graphic designer Karl-Oskar Blase and then managing director Herbert Seibel, established the brand Mono at the late 1950’s and also designed the flatware experiment Mono Ring in 1962. Mono Ring was in the market for three decades and became a classic. The young designer Mark Braun, 47 years younger than Peter Raacke, only knew Mono Ring from the design literature. He studied the original design intensively and reinterpreted it for its reintroduction. Raacke’s idea of 1962 remains strong: flatware that does not need a drawer and does not have to be placed next to the plate. Instead, it hangs visibly and handy on a cross-shaped rack in the center of the table and diners around the table help themselves. Wilhelm Seibel, Mono’s managing director, together with Mark Braun presented the results to Peter Raacke. After a intensive examination he gave his blessing: “You can do that!” In 2018, a new chapter in flatware history begins for Mono Ring. Revised and refreshed in ist form and available in five contemporary colors. Ist handle combines latest research and high-tech material. Hanging on the rack in the middle of the table - that is the proper place for Mono Ring at home, in diners, in cafeterias, in bistros, and in restaurants. Enjoy your meal. Dessert Fork Stainless Steel 18/10, Polyamid Design: Peter Raacke, Mark Braun Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.  

€24.00*
mono ring - Dessert Fork mono ring - Dessert Fork
mono ring - Dessert Fork
Mono Ring Welcome back! Mono Ring has been missing: on the table, in the office, at friends’ homes, and we missed it too. We were very uneasy about it. So finally we have decided to bring Mono Ring back home. For us the Mono Ring story continues, but for many it is just about to start. This is going to be exciting. The designer Peter Raacke, together with the graphic designer Karl-Oskar Blase and then managing director Herbert Seibel, established the brand Mono at the late 1950’s and also designed the flatware experiment Mono Ring in 1962. Mono Ring was in the market for three decades and became a classic. The young designer Mark Braun, 47 years younger than Peter Raacke, only knew Mono Ring from the design literature. He studied the original design intensively and reinterpreted it for its reintroduction. Raacke’s idea of 1962 remains strong: flatware that does not need a drawer and does not have to be placed next to the plate. Instead, it hangs visibly and handy on a cross-shaped rack in the center of the table and diners around the table help themselves. Wilhelm Seibel, Mono’s managing director, together with Mark Braun presented the results to Peter Raacke. After a intensive examination he gave his blessing: “You can do that!” In 2018, a new chapter in flatware history begins for Mono Ring. Revised and refreshed in ist form and available in five contemporary colors. Ist handle combines latest research and high-tech material. Hanging on the rack in the middle of the table - that is the proper place for Mono Ring at home, in diners, in cafeterias, in bistros, and in restaurants. Enjoy your meal. Dessert Fork Stainless Steel 18/10, Polyamid Design: Peter Raacke, Mark Braun Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.  

€24.00*
mono ring - flatware stand anthracite mono ring - flatware stand anthracite
mono ring - flatware stand anthracite
Designer: Peter Raacke, Mark Braun Material: Steel wire, Powder coated Publishing year: 2018 Width: 14.5 cm Height: 31.0 cm Length: 14.5 cm Mono Ring is the pop star among Mono flatware. It was launched in 1962, well over 1,000,000 pieces of flatware were sold worldwide, and in 1967 Mono Ring even made it to the Olympus of design classics, the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In the early 1990s, sales were discontinued. Now Mono Ring is back. Together with Berlin-based designer Mark Braun, under the supervision of former designer Peter Raacke, Mono Ring was carefully revised and is available again in five colors since 2018. Raacke's idea from 1962 remains as strong as ever: a flatware that doesn't need a drawer. Learn more about the full story here.  Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€45.00*
mono ring - Table Spoon mono ring - Table Spoon
mono ring - Table Spoon
Mono Ring Welcome back! Mono Ring has been missing: on the table, in the office, at friends’ homes, and we missed it too. We were very uneasy about it. So finally we have decided to bring Mono Ring back home. For us the Mono Ring story continues, but for many it is just about to start. This is going to be exciting. The designer Peter Raacke, together with the graphic designer Karl-Oskar Blase and then managing director Herbert Seibel, established the brand Mono at the late 1950’s and also designed the flatware experiment Mono Ring in 1962. Mono Ring was in the market for three decades and became a classic. The young designer Mark Braun, 47 years younger than Peter Raacke, only knew Mono Ring from the design literature. He studied the original design intensively and reinterpreted it for its reintroduction. Raacke’s idea of 1962 remains strong: flatware that does not need a drawer and does not have to be placed next to the plate. Instead, it hangs visibly and handy on a cross-shaped rack in the center of the table and diners around the table help themselves. Wilhelm Seibel, Mono’s managing director, together with Mark Braun presented the results to Peter Raacke. After a intensive examination he gave his blessing: “You can do that!” In 2018, a new chapter in flatware history begins for Mono Ring. Revised and refreshed in ist form and available in five contemporary colors. Ist handle combines latest research and high-tech material. Hanging on the rack in the middle of the table - that is the proper place for Mono Ring at home, in diners, in cafeterias, in bistros, and in restaurants. Enjoy your meal. Table Spoon 21,5 cm Stainless Steel 18/10, Polyamid Design: Peter Raacke, Mark Braun Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.  

€25.00*
mono ring - Table Spoon mono ring - Table Spoon
mono ring - Table Spoon
Mono Ring Welcome back! Mono Ring has been missing: on the table, in the office, at friends’ homes, and we missed it too. We were very uneasy about it.So finally we have decided to bring Mono Ring back home. For us the Mono Ring story continues, but for many it is just about to start. This is going to be exciting. The designer Peter Raacke, together with the graphic designer Karl-Oskar Blase and then managing director Herbert Seibel, established the brand Mono at the late 1950’s and also designed the flatware experiment Mono Ring in 1962. Mono Ring was in the market for three decades and became a classic. The young designer Mark Braun, 47 years younger than Peter Raacke, only knew Mono Ring from the design literature. He studied the original design intensively and reinterpreted it for its reintroduction. Raacke’s idea of 1962 remains strong: flatware that does not need a drawer and does not have to be placed next to the plate. Instead, it hangs visibly and handy on a cross-shaped rack in the center of the table and diners around the table help themselves. Wilhelm Seibel, Mono’s managing director, together with Mark Braun presented the results to Peter Raacke. After a intensive examination he gave his blessing: “You can do that!” In 2018, a new chapter in flatware history begins for Mono Ring. Revised and refreshed in ist form and available in five contemporary colors. Ist handle combines latest research and high-tech material. Hanging on the rack in the middle of the table - that is the proper place for Mono Ring at home, in diners, in cafeterias, in bistros, and in restaurants. Enjoy your meal.Table Spoon 21,5 cmStainless Steel 18/10, PolyamidDesign: Peter Raacke, Mark BraunWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€25.00*
Mono V - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. Mono V - Cutlery set, 4 pcs.
Mono V - Cutlery set, 4 pcs.
Table fork, table knife, table spoon and coffee spoon Design: Peter Raacke This 4 piece Mono V set includes table fork, table knife, table spoon, and tea spoon. Mono V is the first completely new flatware concept from the traditional manufactory in over 20 years. In early 2020, we contacted Berlin-based designer Mark Braun with this ambitious project. The idea: a new Mono flatware - resource-saving use of materials, easy to manufacture, highest quality standards, timeless aesthetics, and made in the Mono manufactory in Mettmann Germany. 2.5 years later, Mono V has come to stay. Table fork, table knife, table spoon and coffee spoon Das Mono Besteck des 21. Jahrhunderts. Designer: Mark Braun Material: Stainless steel 18/10, Matt brushed, Hardened blade steel Publishing year: 2022 Mark Braun Mark Braun, born in 1975, is a trained carpenter and studied industrial design. He has been running his own design studio in Berlin since 2006. His portfolio includes furniture, lighting and products for the table. His designs have been honored with the IF Award, Red Dot and German Design Award, among others. Mark Braun was a visiting professor and guest lecturer at HKD Burg Giebichenstein, Halle and ECAL Lausanne. Since 2015 he is professor for industrial design at the HBK Saar. For Mono, Mark Braun designed the reedition of Mono Ring and the Mono Fondue. The following images were taken during a visit of Hometastics to Mark Braun at home and in his studio in Berlin 2019. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€92.00*
Mono V - Cutlery set, 5 pcs. Mono V - Cutlery set, 5 pcs.
Mono V - Cutlery set, 5 pcs.
This 5 piece Mono V set includes table fork, table knife, table spoon, and tea spoon. Mono V is the first completely new flatware concept from the traditional manufactory in over 20 years. In early 2020, we contacted Berlin-based designer Mark Braun with this ambitious project. The idea: a new Mono flatware - resource-saving use of materials, easy to manufacture, highest quality standards, timeless aesthetics, and made in the Mono manufactory in Mettmann Germany. 2.5 years later, Mono V has come to stay. Table fork, table knife, table spoon and coffee spoon Das Mono Besteck des 21. Jahrhunderts. Designer: Mark Braun Material: Stainless steel 18/10, Matt brushed, Hardened blade steel Publishing year: 2022 Mark Braun Mark Braun, born in 1975, is a trained carpenter and studied industrial design. He has been running his own design studio in Berlin since 2006. His portfolio includes furniture, lighting and products for the table. His designs have been honored with the IF Award, Red Dot and German Design Award, among others. Mark Braun was a visiting professor and guest lecturer at HKD Burg Giebichenstein, Halle and ECAL Lausanne. Since 2015 he is professor for industrial design at the HBK Saar. For Mono, Mark Braun designed the reedition of Mono Ring and the Mono Fondue. The following images were taken during a visit of Hometastics to Mark Braun at home and in his studio in Berlin 2019. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€110.00*
Mono V - Espresso Spoon Mono V - Espresso Spoon
Mono V - Espresso Spoon
This 5 piece Mono V set includes table fork, table knife, table spoon, and tea spoon. Mono V is the first completely new flatware concept from the traditional manufactory in over 20 years. In early 2020, we contacted Berlin-based designer Mark Braun with this ambitious project. The idea: a new Mono flatware - resource-saving use of materials, easy to manufacture, highest quality standards, timeless aesthetics, and made in the Mono manufactory in Mettmann Germany. 2.5 years later, Mono V has come to stay. Table fork, table knife, table spoon and coffee spoon Das Mono Besteck des 21. Jahrhunderts. Designer: Mark Braun Material: Stainless steel 18/10, Matt brushed, Hardened blade steel Publishing year: 2022 Mark Braun Mark Braun, born in 1975, is a trained carpenter and studied industrial design. He has been running his own design studio in Berlin since 2006. His portfolio includes furniture, lighting and products for the table. His designs have been honored with the IF Award, Red Dot and German Design Award, among others. Mark Braun was a visiting professor and guest lecturer at HKD Burg Giebichenstein, Halle and ECAL Lausanne. Since 2015 he is professor for industrial design at the HBK Saar. For Mono, Mark Braun designed the reedition of Mono Ring and the Mono Fondue. The following images were taken during a visit of Hometastics to Mark Braun at home and in his studio in Berlin 2019. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€15.00*
mono-a - canape fork 13 cm
mono-a - canape fork 13 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.canape fork 13 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€15.00*
mono-a - carving fork 28 cm
mono-a - carving fork 28 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.carving fork 28 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€84.00*
mono-a - carving knife 27 cm
mono-a - carving knife 27 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.carving knife 27 cm Stainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€94.00*
mono-a - Coffee Spoon 15 cm mono-a - Coffee Spoon 15 cm
mono-a - Coffee Spoon 15 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.coffee spoon 15 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€28.00*
mono-a - Cutlery set, 24 pcs. - with long blade mono-a - Cutlery set, 24 pcs. - with long blade
mono-a - Cutlery set, 24 pcs. - with long blade
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function. mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era. Table fork, table knife, table spoon and coffee spoon Design: Peter Raacke Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€850.00*
mono-a - Cutlery set, 24 pcs. with short blade mono-a - Cutlery set, 24 pcs. with short blade
mono-a - Cutlery set, 24 pcs. with short blade
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function. mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era. 6 Table fork, 6 table knife, 6 table spoon and 6 coffee spoon Design: Peter Raacke Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.  

€850.00*
mono-a - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. - with long blade mono-a - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. - with long blade
mono-a - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. - with long blade
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function. mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era. Table fork, table knife, table spoon and coffee spoon Design: Peter Raacke Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€150.00*
mono-a - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. with short blade mono-a - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. with short blade
mono-a - Cutlery set, 4 pcs. with short blade
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function. mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era. 6 Table fork, 6 table knife, 6 table spoon and 6 coffee spoon Design: Peter Raacke Prof. Peter Raacke With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. mono - Home of the German producer of handcrafted design originals Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin. This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis. The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a. Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference. Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory. Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.  

€150.00*
mono-a - dessert fork 18,2 cm
mono-a - dessert fork 18,2 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.dessert fork 18,2 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€32.00*
mono-a - Dessert knife 20,5 cm mono-a - Dessert knife 20,5 cm
mono-a - Dessert knife 20,5 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.Dessert knife 20,5 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€56.00*
mono-a - fish fork 20,5 cm mono-a - fish fork 20,5 cm
mono-a - fish fork 20,5 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.fish fork 20,5 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€39.00*
mono-a - fish knife 21,2 cm
mono-a - fish knife 21,2 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.fish knife 21,2 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€39.00*
mono-a - gravy ladle 24,5 cm
mono-a - gravy ladle 24,5 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.gravy ladle 24,5 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art. 

€98.00*
mono-a - iced-tea spoon 24,1 cm
mono-a - iced-tea spoon 24,1 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.iced-tea spoon 24,1 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€35.00*
mono-a - pie server 26 cm
mono-a - pie server 26 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.pie server 26 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€84.00*
mono-a - Salad serving set large 27,2 cm
mono-a - Salad serving set large 27,2 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.Salad serving set large 27,2 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€164.00*
mono-a - Salad serving set small 18,5 cm
mono-a - Salad serving set small 18,5 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.Salad serving set small 18,5 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€62.00*
mono-a - soup spoon 18,4 cm
mono-a - soup spoon 18,4 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.soup spoon 18,4 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€32.00*
mono-a - steak knife 21,7 cm
mono-a - steak knife 21,7 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.steak knife 21,7 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€56.00*
mono-a - table fork 20,7 cm mono-a - table fork 20,7 cm
mono-a - table fork 20,7 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.table fork 20,7 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€38.00*
mono-a - Table knife, long blade 22,3 cm mono-a - Table knife, long blade 22,3 cm
mono-a - Table knife, long blade 22,3 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.Table knife, long blade 22,3 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€60.00*
mono-a - Table knife, short blade 21,3 cm mono-a - Table knife, short blade 21,3 cm
mono-a - Table knife, short blade 21,3 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.Table knife, short blade 21,3 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€60.00*
mono-a - Table spoon 21,3 cm mono-a - Table spoon 21,3 cm
mono-a - Table spoon 21,3 cm
mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1958 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function.mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.table spoon 21,3 cmStainless Steel 18/10Design: Peter RaackeWith the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective - 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design - at the German Technology Museum in Berlin.Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

€38.00*
Pott - Marisco oyster breaker Pott - Marisco oyster breaker
Pott - Marisco oyster breaker
Oysters and lobsters are among the greatest pleasures for true epicureans. They are also among the more complex foods to get at - minor injuries do happen. With these genial tools, the task is almost easy, and these fruits of the sea can be enjoyed in the style that becomes them best. Material:Stainless steel 18/10, Matt brushed Length: 14.0 cm Pott Gourmet Designer: Ralph Krämer

€205.00*
SABRE Paris - Bistrot - Butter Knife 14 cm
SABRE Paris - Bistrot - Butter Knife 14 cm
The spreading or butter knife by the house of Sabre has a fuzzy blade that is not intended for cutting, but for spreading. It is ideal not only for spreading butter on bread or toast, but also for other spreads. dishwasher safe up to max. 40 C° Size: 14 cm Material: stainless steel, acrylic handle Made in France

€9.95*
SABRE Paris - Bistrot - Dinner knife SABRE Paris - Bistrot - Dinner knife
SABRE Paris - Bistrot - Dinner knife
Sabre dinner knife is one of the most important parts of your modern cutlery set. The sharp stainless steel blade gives this knife elegance, making it unique. dishwasher safe up to max. 40 C° Size: 24 cm Material: stainless steel, acrylic handle Made in France

€11.95*
SABRE Paris - Bistrot - Dinner Spoon SABRE Paris - Bistrot - Dinner Spoon
SABRE Paris - Bistrot - Dinner Spoon
This large dinner spoon by  Sabre is ideal for those who like to eat good soups, and not just somehow... but in style! Thanks to its practical size, this spoon can also be used when garnishing small vegetables dishwasher safe up to max. 40 C° Size: 22 cm Material: stainless steel, acrylic handle Made in France

€9.95*
SABRE Paris - Bistrot - Dinnerfork SABRE Paris - Bistrot - Dinnerfork
SABRE Paris - Bistrot - Dinnerfork
The Sabre dinner fork is an essential item when it comes to setting a dining table. It, is equipped with a stainless steel head and is probably the most important accessory of your cutlery set. dishwasher safe up to max. 40 C° Size: 22 cm Material: stainless steel, acrylic handle Made in France

€9.95*
SABRE Paris - ICONE Cutlery - Dinner Knife - pink
SABRE Paris - ICONE Cutlery - Dinner Knife - pink
If you’re looking for elegant but distinctive tableware, the Icône collection is perfect for you. With its sleek styling and its 21 colours featuring a slightly retro touch, you’ll definitely find the cutlery set just right for your table. An original and a Best Seller: what makes it so popular is its originality, something rare enough to be highlighted! The Sabre dinner knife is a vital part of your dinner set. Its sharp, stainless steel blade gives it an air of elegance, for a unique knife. Sold as part of a complete cutlery set or individually, this dinner knife will be an eye-catching addition to your tableware.

€18.95*
SABRE Paris - ICONE Cutlery - Dinner Knife - red
SABRE Paris - ICONE Cutlery - Dinner Knife - red
If you’re looking for elegant but distinctive tableware, the Icône collection is perfect for you. With its sleek styling and its 21 colours featuring a slightly retro touch, you’ll definitely find the cutlery set just right for your table. An original and a Best Seller: what makes it so popular is its originality, something rare enough to be highlighted! The Sabre dinner knife is a vital part of your dinner set. Its sharp, stainless steel blade gives it an air of elegance, for a unique knife. Sold as part of a complete cutlery set or individually, this dinner knife will be an eye-catching addition to your tableware.

€18.95*
SABRE Paris - ICONE Cutlery - Dinnerfork - pink
SABRE Paris - ICONE Cutlery - Dinnerfork - pink
If you’re looking for elegant but distinctive tableware, the Icône collection is perfect for you. With its sleek styling and its 21 colours featuring a slightly retro touch, you’ll definitely find the cutlery set just right for your table. An original and a Best Seller: what makes it so popular is its originality, something rare enough to be highlighted! With its stainless steel end, the dinner fork is a vital part of your dinner set, and is used at every stage of the meal. Sold as part of a complete cutlery set or individually, our forks bring a touch of gaiety to your table and adapt perfectly to all of your dishes.

€15.95*
SABRE Paris - ICONE Cutlery - Dinnerfork - red
SABRE Paris - ICONE Cutlery - Dinnerfork - red
If you’re looking for elegant but distinctive tableware, the Icône collection is perfect for you. With its sleek styling and its 21 colours featuring a slightly retro touch, you’ll definitely find the cutlery set just right for your table. An original and a Best Seller: what makes it so popular is its originality, something rare enough to be highlighted! With its stainless steel end, the dinner fork is a vital part of your dinner set, and is used at every stage of the meal. Sold as part of a complete cutlery set or individually, our forks bring a touch of gaiety to your table and adapt perfectly to all of your dishes.

€15.95*
SABRE Paris - ICONE Cutlery - Dinnerfork - turquoise
SABRE Paris - ICONE Cutlery - Dinnerfork - turquoise
If you’re looking for elegant but distinctive tableware, the Icône collection is perfect for you. With its sleek styling and its 21 colours featuring a slightly retro touch, you’ll definitely find the cutlery set just right for your table. An original and a Best Seller: what makes it so popular is its originality, something rare enough to be highlighted! With its stainless steel end, the dinner fork is a vital part of your dinner set, and is used at every stage of the meal. Sold as part of a complete cutlery set or individually, our forks bring a touch of gaiety to your table and adapt perfectly to all of your dishes.

€15.95*
SABRE Paris - ICONE Cutlery - Soupspoon - pink
SABRE Paris - ICONE Cutlery - Soupspoon - pink
If you’re looking for elegant but distinctive tableware, the Icône collection is perfect for you. With its sleek styling and its 21 colours featuring a slightly retro touch, you’ll definitely find the cutlery set just right for your table. An original and a Best Seller: what makes it so popular is its originality, something rare enough to be highlighted! The generously-proportioned Sabre soup spoon is perfect for enjoying delicious soups or, thanks to its size, to accompany a small vegetable dish.

€15.95*
SABRE Paris - ICONE Cutlery - Soupspoon - turquoise
SABRE Paris - ICONE Cutlery - Soupspoon - turquoise
If you’re looking for elegant but distinctive tableware, the Icône collection is perfect for you. With its sleek styling and its 21 colours featuring a slightly retro touch, you’ll definitely find the cutlery set just right for your table. An original and a Best Seller: what makes it so popular is its originality, something rare enough to be highlighted! The generously-proportioned Sabre soup spoon is perfect for enjoying delicious soups or, thanks to its size, to accompany a small vegetable dish.

€15.95*
SABRE Paris - Toile de Jouy - Bread Knife 29 cm
SABRE Paris - Toile de Jouy - Bread Knife 29 cm
SABRE Paris - Toile de Jouy - Bread Knife 29 cm - The Bread Knife features a long, scalloped-edge blade to slice effortlessly through crusty loaves, baguettes and cakes.Lenght: 29 cmMaterial: Stainless Steel, PlasticMade in France

€33.95*
SABRE Paris - Toile de Jouy - Bread Knife 29 cm
SABRE Paris - Toile de Jouy - Bread Knife 29 cm
SABRE Paris - Toile de Jouy - Bread Knife 29 cm - The Bread Knife features a long, scalloped-edge blade to slice effortlessly through crusty loaves, baguettes and cakes.Lenght: 29 cmMaterial: Stainless Steel, PlasticMade in France

€33.95*
SABRE Paris - Toile de Jouy - Butter Knife 20 cm
SABRE Paris - Toile de Jouy - Butter Knife 20 cm
SABRE Paris - Toile de Jouy - Butter Knife 20 cm - Butter knife for butter lovers. It was never easy to spread cold butter! You might recognise the shape but you will be both carried away and surprised by its new colours. A simple pleasure to share to your heart’s content.Lenght: 20 cmMaterial: Stainless Steel, PlasticMade in France

€19.95*
SABRE Paris - Toile de Jouy - Butter Knife 20 cm
SABRE Paris - Toile de Jouy - Butter Knife 20 cm
SABRE Paris - Toile de Jouy - Butter Knife 20 cm - Butter knife for butter lovers. It was never easy to spread cold butter! You might recognise the shape but you will be both carried away and surprised by its new colours. A simple pleasure to share to your heart’s content. Lenght: 20 cm Material: Stainless Steel, Plastic Made in France

€19.95*