Gense considers impeccable stainless steel cutlery the foundation of fine dining. Soft and seamless in shape, the Steel Line Serving Spoon was conceived in 1970 by famed sculptor and industrial designer Henning Seidelin. Its design remains a model of functional elegance to this day.
Founded by Gustav Eriksson in 1856, Gense is among Scandinavia’s largest suppliers of stainless steel flatware. The tableware company skillfully re-interprets traditional cutlery into modern, inventively shaped utensils. Its popular lines include the mid-century standout Focus de Luxe and Nobel, designed by Gunnar Cyrén for the 90th anniversary of the Nobel Prize.