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16-Piece Set Gregorio Arcos Series


The Gregorio Arcos collection merges tradition and timeless design in 16 high-quality cutlery pieces, presented in an exclusive case. Ideal for gastronomy enthusiasts.

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The Gregorio Arcos collection is more than just a set of cutlery for your table; it's a celebration of culinary tradition and timeless design. Inspired by the iconic steak knife model 3715, created by Gregorio Arcos in the 1970s, this series maintains the essence of craftsmanship and precision that have defined ARCOS over the years.

Each piece in the Gregorio Arcos collection is designed with functionality and beauty in mind.

  • The carefully selected wooden handles ensure a comfortable and natural grip, allowing each cut to be a smooth and secure gesture.
  • The serrated blades, manufactured with the precision that only ARCOS can guarantee, promise exact and efficient cuts.
  • Presented in an exclusive case that adds a touch of distinction, this 16-piece ARCOS cutlery set not only offers quality but also exceptional design.
  • Comprising:
    • 4 dessert spoons, each with a length of 72 mm and a total measurement of 153 mm.
    • 4 table knives, ideal for precise and elegant cuts, with a total length of 220 mm and a sharp blade of 110 mm.
    • 4 table spoons measuring 98 mm and a total length of 206 mm, ideal for soups and main dishes.
    • 4 table forks, each 209 mm in length and 100 mm in tine, providing the functionality and characteristic style of ARCOS.

This set offers elegance and tradition in every piece of cutlery, uniting past and present on the table. Ideal for those who appreciate ARCOS gastronomy, synonymous with quality and durability.


  • Series: Gregorio Arcos
  • Blade Material: Knives: NITRUM® Stainless Steel / Forks and Spoons: 18/10 Stainless Steel
  • Handle Material: Compressed Wood
  • Colour: Brown
  • Packaging: Case