Metallic cutlery

Knives, forks and spoons in black, gold and copper make chic alternatives to silver or stainless steel dinnerware.

From top to bottom:

Malmo cutlery in copper, $530 (set of 24), from Top3 by Design.

Aurum matte cutlery in Gold, $59 (set of 5), from Kinnow Cutlery.

Vintage cutlery in black, $1,495 (set of 24), from Weylandts.

Moon cutlery in 24-carat gold, $730 (set of 24), from Francalia.

Ocular cutlery in Gold, $89 (set of 5), from Kinnow Cutlery.

Antique cutlery in brass, $69.95 (set of 4), from Uscha.

Malmo cutlery in black, $530 (set of 24), from Top3 by Design.

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