In this Nine to Know, we explore nine salad servers designed to elevate the everyday. A testament to the designer names behind them, these thoughtfully crafted dining staples blend functionality with aesthetics. 

This instalment of our ‘Nine to Know’ series was first featured inside est magazine issue 48: ‘Kitchen Confidential’.

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05. Normann Copenhagen Krenit Salad Set 

The Normann Copenhagen Krenit salad set servers are thoughtfully designed with a slim, elongated handle and deep curve for enhanced functionality. 

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06. Cutipol Goa Salad Servers

These minimalist servers designed by the Portuguese cutlery brand Cutipol are crafted from premium 18/10 brushed stainless steel and complemented by a refined resin handle. 

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07. Stelton Arne Jacobsen Salad Servers

Danish architect Arne Jacobsen designed these iconic salad servers for Stelton. Part of the cylinder-line range, the salad servers reflect the renowned architect’s timeless approach to design.

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08. Kay Bojesen Grand Prix Salad Set

Another example of enduring design, this salad set was designed by prolific Danish designer Kay Bojesen in 1954, crafted from matte stainless steel.

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09. Georg Jensen Vivianna Matte Serving Set

Swedish silversmith Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe designed this two-piece serving set for the Danish designer Georg Jensen in 1996. Crafted in matte stainless steel, these salad servers are defined by their soft curves, emphasising elegant, quality craftsmanship. 

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