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Pott 81

Hermann Gretsch 1948

Coinciding with the birth of the Federal Republic, this formal, restrained, pattern was introduced as the first Pott sterling silver flatware of the post-war era. It was received to great acclaim and was also produced in a silver plated version. Due to its simple elegance, it rapidly became a classic whose popularity remains unchallenged. Since 1998, it is also being produced in stainless steel.

Pott 81 is a historical model and can be ordered by March 31st of each year at retailers or the Mono manufactory. The products will be delivered in June and July.

Pott 81 is available in 18/10 stainless steel and 925 sterling silver.

Design Awards

9. Triennale Milano, Diploma d’Onore; Exposition universelle Bruxelles, Etoile d’Or; Wels, Goldmedaille; Design Center Stuttgart; Internationale Biennale Rio de Janeiro
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Pott 16

Carl Pott 1935

With this 1935 pattern, Carl Pott established the Pott-style. It fully exemplifies the purist design principles set forth by the Werkbund and Bauhaus movements. It is totally devoid of the usual, elaborate decorations, prevalent at the time. Almost unsellable in Germany, it won the highest award at the 1937 Paris World Expo. This was the breakthrough for Carl Pott, whose designs continue to influence the development of the international flatware world.

Pott 16 is a historical model and can be ordered by March 31st of each year at retailers or the Mono manufactory. The products will be delivered in June and July.

Pott 16 is available in 18/10 stainless steel.

Design Awards

Exposition Internationale des Arts et des Techniques Paris, Diplome d’Honneur; 7. Triennale Milano, Diploma d’Argento; Exposition universelle Bruxelles, Etoile d’Or; EXPO 67, Montreal Council of Industrial Design, Die Welt der Gegenstände, Jablonec nad Nisou; Exempla 70, München, Diplom
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Pott 20

Paul Voss 1952

When first introduced in 1952, this pattern was considered unsellable. It has since become an “ever-green” and to this day continues to be a favorite. Key to its popularity is precisely that which was considered revolutionary at its inception and is now regarded as minimal and ergonomically correct. For instance, the short knife blade and the long handle, ensure that the fingers never come in contact with the blade.

Pott 20 is a historical model and can be ordered by March 31st of each year at retailers or the Mono manufactory. The products will be delivered in June and July.

Pott 20 is available in 18/10 stainless steel.

Design Awards

Exposition Internationale des Arts et des Techniques Paris, Diplome d’Honneur; 7. Triennale Milano, Diploma d’Argento; Exposition universelle Bruxelles, Etoile d’Or; EXPO 67, Montreal; Council of Industrial Design, Die Welt der Gegenstände, Jablonec nad Nisou; Exempla 70, München, Diplom
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Pott 22

Carl Pott 1955

Carl Pott got the idea for this design while sitting under a chestnut tree and watching a leaf fall. The organic shape became the inspiration for the spoon, and the other flatware pieces were derived from it. The double-edged knife has less to do with nature and more with actual usage. The serration on the backside of the knife is ideal for carving into a piece of meat, while the other side is perfect for actual slicing. As the flatware of the 1972 Munich Olympics, the design became world famous.

Pott 22 is available in 18/10 stainless steel.

Design Awards

11. Triennale Milano, Diploma d’Argento; Exposition universelle Bruxelles, Etoile d’Or; Sacramento Fair, Gold Medal; Expo 67, Montreal; Ausgewählt für die Einrichtung der Olympiade 1972 in München; Bundespreis Gute Form; Industrial Design, Deutscher Werkbund; Osaka, Goldmedaille; Wels, Goldmedaille; Form 83; Design Center Stuttgart, Formbeständig; Busse Long Life Design
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Pott 24

Carl Pott 1963

This graceful flatware design from the 1960s is one of the classics of the Pott collection. The hint of a triangle in the spoon and fork relate beautifully to the tapering handles. Ergonomically inspired is the slight swelling of the knife handle just before the blade – exactly at the point where the pressure of the finger is strongest.

Pott 24 is a historical model and can be ordered by March 31st of each year at retailers or the Mono manufactory. The products will be delivered in June and July.

Pott 24 is available in 18/10 stainless steel.

Design Awards

1. Biennale of Industrial Design, Ljubljana; EXPO 67, Montreal; Council of Industrial Design, Die Welt der Gegenstände, Jablonec nad Nisou; Exempla 70, München, Diplom; Wels, Goldmedaille
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Pott 25

Carl Pott 1964

Extreme restraint is the hallmark of this pattern. When compared to the designs with much ornate and decorative, characteristic of the 1950s, it appears almost puritanical. “It is meant to be a very conservative and conventional pattern” according to the description by Carl Pott. Due to the understated combination of design elements, this series continues to be timeless and consistently wins new followers.

Pott 25 is available in 18/10 stainless steel.

Design Awards

Staatspreis des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen; Expo 67, Montreal; 4. Biennale of Industrial Design, Ljubljana; Design Center Stuttgart; Wels, Goldmedaille; Industrial Design, Deutscher Werkbund; Form 83
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Pott 29

Hans Schwippert 1968

A true 68er. This design by architect Hans Schwippert totally breaks away from any preconceived requisites regarding the shape and composition of flatware. The series consists of merely five multifunctional utensils that because of their innate nature do not require additional pieces. This atypical set with the dagger-shaped knife and the ingenious spoon-fork will always be a conversation piece at any table.

Pott 29 is a historical model and can be ordered by March 31st of each year at retailers or the Mono manufactory. The products will be delivered in June and July.

Pott 29 is available in 18/10 stainless steel.

Design Awards

3. Biennale of Industrial Design, Ljubljana; Design Center Stuttgart; Biennale Venezia; Industrial Design, Deutscher Werkbund; Staatspreis des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen; Design Plus
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Pott 32

Carl Pott 1973

This pattern is among the most delicate designs within the Pott program. Key characteristic is the thumb shaped indentation at the end of the handles. In the meantime fits to bigger table covers a dessert set is included. The grace and apparent lightness of each piece makes it a favorite for those with smaller hands.

Pott 32 is available in 18/10 stainless steel.

Design Awards

Wels, Goldmedaille; Industrial Design, Deutscher Werkbund
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Pott 33

Carl Pott 1975

One of the last designs by Carl Pott, continues to be one of the most successful in the Pott flatware program. At the time of its introduction, in 1975, the five-tined fork was a total innovation. Extending the width of the fork allowed for an easier scooping of sauces and vegetables, such as peas. The fine grooves at the end of the handles give this massive flatware a special allure.

Pott 33 in 925 sterling silver can be ordered by March 31st of each year at retailers or the Mono manufactory. The products will be delivered in June and July.

Pott 33 is available in 18/10 stainless steel as standard series the whole year.

Design Awards

Wels, Goldmedaille; Biennale Venezia; Design Center Stuttgart; 9. Biennale of Industrial Design, Ljubljana; Industrial Design, Deutscher Werkbund; Ontwerpen voor de Industrie, Antwerpen; Haus Industrieform Essen, überdurchschnittliche Design-Qualität; Design Plus; Form 87
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Pott 34

Carl Pott 1978

Also, a design from Carl Pott’s later years, this pattern distinguishes itself through its hollow handles. They soften the sternness of the design and enhance the reflection of light. The five-tined fork is another typical characteristic with which Carl Pott had a great deal of success during this creative period.

Pott 34 is a historical model and can be ordered by March 31st of each year at retailers or the Mono manufactory. The products will be delivered in June and July.

Pott 34 is available in 18/10 stainless steel.

Design Awards

Design Center Stuttgart; Industrial Design, Deutscher Werkbund; Form 83; Haus Industrieform Essen, überdurchschnittliche Design Qualität
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Pott 35

Carl Pott 1979

Bold and masculine is the feel of this flatware design, rooted on a stern geometric foundation. Originally designed by Carl Pott at the request of the people of Cologne who gifted it as the official city cutlery. Like no other Pott flatware, it is designed in formal Bauhaus tradition. Fitting its strong sense of presence, the fork has five tines. Particularly striking is the sweep of the broad, heavy handles.

Pott 35 in 925 sterling silver can be ordered by March 31st of each year at retailers or the Mono manufactory. The products will be delivered in June and July.

Pott 35 is available in 18/10 stainless steel as standard series the whole year.

Design Awards

Design Center Stuttgart; 9. Biennale of Industrial Design, Ljubljana; Europäischer Kulturkreis Baden-Baden, Euromedaille in Gold; Form 85
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Pott 36

Carl Pott 1982

Even a flatware pattern with corners and edges can have some flourish, as shown by this latter Carl Pott design. Part of the fascination lies in the beveled cut of the handle edges that creates a light effect that reflects the total artistry of the grinders and polishers. The flourish of the fork and spoon lies in the light upswing that underlines the elegance of the design.

Pott 36 is available in 18/10 stainless steel.

Design Awards

Design Center Stuttgart, Industrial Design, Deutscher Werkbund, Haus Industrieform Essen, überdurchschnittliche Design-Qualität, 10. Biennale of Industrial Design, Ljubljana, Design Plus; Form 89
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Pott 40

Ljubisa Misic 1990

A flatware piece is held by thumb, index and middle finger. The triangular profile of this flatware pattern is ideal for this holding configuration. This design concept is carried forth in the upper section of each utensil in an aesthetically pleasing manner, imbuing each piece with a singular elegance. The delicate lines of this design demand that it be exclusively produced in sterling silver.

Pott 40 is a historical model and can be ordered by March 31st of each year at retailers or the Mono manufactory. The products will be delivered in June and July.

Pott 40 is available in 925 sterling silver.

Design Awards

Form 90; Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen, Design Innovation; 13. Biennale of Industrial Design, Ljubljana
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Pott 41

Ralph Krämer 1999

This flatware set stems from a design line developed in 1992 by Hannspeter Pott with the designer Ralph Krämer. Due to the popularity of the line, additional pieces were added. The perfect blend of elegance and ergonomics. The gracious surfaces indulge the eye, while the massive, slightly curved handles are a pleasure to hold.

Pott 41 is available in 18/10 stainless steel.

Design Awards

Form 99
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Pott 42

Ralph Krämer 2003

Tall and slender is the best way to describe this Ralph Krämer design whose most striking feature is the saber-like knife blade. The trend in modern plates is to make them larger, therefore this extra long flatware will hold its own, even on a 12" plate. Those who prefer standard sizes can always choose the dessert set.

Pott 42 is a historical model and can be ordered by March 31st of each year at retailers or the Mono manufactory. The products will be delivered in June and July.

Pott 42 is available in 18/10 stainless steel.

Design Awards

Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen, Design Innovation; Saarländischer Staatspreis für Design
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Pott 84

Carl Pott 1952

Since the 1950s, the “Chancellor Flatware” is one of the most popular patterns in the Pott program. During the Ludwig Erhard era, the Chancellery and almost all German embassies were outfitted with the sterling silver version. Many intelligent details optimize the handling of this flatware. For instance, the knife handle has a noticeable curvature – at the point closest to the blade where the finger can exert the most pressure.

Pott 84 is a historical model and can be ordered by March 31st of each year at retailers or the Mono manufactory. The products will be delivered in June and July.

Pott 84 is available in 18/10 stainless steel and 925 sterling silver.

Design Awards

10. Triennale Milano, Diploma d’Oro; Exposition universelle Bruxelles, Etoile d’Or; Sacramento Fair, Gold Medal; 1. Biennale of Industrial Design, Ljubljana; Expo 67, Montreal; Exempla 70, München; Wels, Goldmedaille; Biennale Venezia; Industrial Design, Deutscher Werkbund; Form 83; Haus Industrieform Essen, überdurchschnittliche Design-Qualität; Design Center Stuttgart, Formbeständig
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Pott 86

Josef Hoffmann 1955

Designed by the Art Nouveau artist Josef Hoffmann, the extravagance of this design remains unchallenged in the flatware world. The wave like outline of the knife, the kidney shaped spoon, the tapered handles that end in a delicate ball, are more reminiscent of a piece of sculpture than a utensil. This design places extreme demands on the production process; this is justified by the passion and enthusiasm that this set generates in its devotees.

Pott 86 is a historical model and can be ordered by March 31st of each year at retailers or the Mono manufactory. The products will be delivered in June and July.

Pott 86 is available in 925 sterling silver.

Design Awards

Exposition universelle Bruxelles, Etoile d’Or; 12. Triennale Milano, Diploma d’Oro; Wels, Goldmedaille; 4. Biennale of Industrial Design, Ljubljana; Biennale Venezia
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Pott 89

Alexander Schaffner 1964

The Swiss goldsmith Alexander Schaffner, created a geometrically clear, yet eccentric design classic that remains as fresh today as it was in the 1960s. The silhouette of each piece reflects a singular elegance. Particularly striking is the roundness of the relatively short knife blade. In the sterling version, the knife handle profile tapers downward.

Pott 89 is a historical model and can be ordered by March 31st of each year at retailers or the Mono manufactory. The products will be delivered in June and July.

Pott 89 is available in 18/10 stainless steel and 925 sterling silver.

Design Awards

1. Biennale of Industrial Design, Ljubljana; EXPO 67, Montreal; Council of Industrial Design, Die Welt der Gegenstände, Jablonec nad Nisou; Exempla 70, München; Im Institut der Architekten in Brasilien, Porto Alegre; Europäisches Silber-Diplom; Form 92
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Bonito Child Set

Ralph Krämer 1996

This pleasing flatware for little hands is the right introduction to one of our most valued cultural experiences. Children learn to eat, just like the adults, with a fully functional flatware set. The knife is sharp, the fork pierces, and with the right size spoon, they rapidly learn not to slurp or dribble. When they grow up, they can continue using the set, as a butter knife, dessert fork or cereal spoon.

The Bonito child set is available in 18/10 stainless steel and in silver plated.

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Pott 84