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Figgoscope-curates brings together exclusive products from Portugal to Australia. We look at brands and makers that remain true to their roots, whilst offering a product that is versatile and contemporary. 


24 Piece Cutlery Set Presentation Timber Box - Brown/Black

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24 Piece Cutlery Set Presentation Timber Box - Brown/Black

55.00 89.00

Box can only be purchased in addition to purchasing a cutlery set

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  • Material: timber
  • Dimensions: 38x29x6cm
  • Stunning presentation box for 24 piece cutlery sets
  • Small loops hold the pieces in place
  • Polished finish
  • Made in Portugal
  • Fabulous luxury gift idea



Display your best cutlery with pride in this stunning presentation box from Cutipol. 
Sleek and classic with a polished finish, this presentation box is made from high quality, dark wood and features several small loops to hold and display up to 24 pieces of cutlery. 
With its attractive and simple design, it makes a wonderful addition to any table or mantelpiece. 
A wide range of luxury cutlery from Cutipol is available, leaving you free to collect from the various to create your own table setting.




Cutipol cutlery is made by artisans in the village of Sao Martinho de Sande, Portugal, where award winning designer Jose Ribeiro helms the heritage house that has endured in his family for 3 generations. The art of this family company is recognized not only for the quality and durability of its cutlery, but for the elegance and purity of its designs.
Cutipol collections are a testament to the notion that less is more. 
The precise, minimal lines are effortlessly elegant and the tables of some of the world´s best hotels and restaurants know it well. 
Cutipol cutlery is the result of a constant effort for improvement, an insatiable spirit of innovation and know-how that dates back to the very origins of the cutlery industry in Portugal. Traditional hands-on craftsmanship is paired with modern technology to produce superb modern flatware pieces.