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Sambonet Stainless Steel Flatware

While the Italian brand Sambonet may not be an American household name, it is one of the classic international marks in hotel and restaurant fine dining. Its products are defined by top-quality materials, unsurpassed beauty, innovation, and attention to detail. Prestigious hotel chain customers of Sambonet include today Four Seasons, One & One, Mandarin Oriental, Penisula, Shangri La, Hyatt, Hilton, Intercontinental, Starwood, and Le Meridien.

Sambonet stainless steel flatware patterns can be identified by their clean, sleek, modern lines. However, these lines and shapes will complement many design styles, not just those that lean towards the contemporary.

Are you looking for a Sambonet pattern that is not listed below? If so, please give us a call at 1-800-426-3057 and our helpful staff will be happy to assist you.

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About Sambonet

The business started in the year 1856 in northern Italy when Giuseppe Sambonet received his letters patent as master goldsmith. During the following years, Sambonet became the Official Purveyor to many noble families, including the Duchess of Genoa and the Count of Turin. In the year 1932, Sambonet became the first factory in Italy to manufacture tableware in both sterling silver and silverplate. In 1938, the company developed an innovative process for the fabrication of stainless steel flatware and shortly thereafter developed a method to silverplate stainless steel. Sambonet entered the international market in the year 1956 as it was selected from 53 competitors to provide the Cairo Hilton Hotel with a holloware line that is even now in the Sambonet collection today. In the1960's, Sambonet began collaborating with leading creative designers to establish new collections of flatware, of which three patterns are on display in the MoMA of New York.

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