Kitchen Knife and Tableware Specialists, Amefa, Featured on New ITV Cooking Show
Renowned for their inspirational choice of high quality flatware, kitchen knives and accessories, international table experts Amefa have been chosen to contribute three of their most recent ranges to ITV’s new Sunday brunch cooking show: Nadia’s Family Feasts.
The company’s Adagio, Trend Copper and Richardson Sheffield Scandi ranges all feature on the exciting new 10-part show, which airs on Sundays at 11.30am on ITV1.
Chosen for their excellent quality, performance and on-trend design, these products help Loose Women’s Nadia Sawalha and her guests to create mouth-watering dishes from around the world. Catch up now on ITV Player.
Trend Cutlery Copper Matt Finish
This season’s metallic trends brings a rich copper warmth to the home. With 4 x table knife, table fork, dessert spoon and teaspoon, it’s got all the essentials for busy family life, plus its practical and stylish to stand up to whatever life throws at it. Available in a 16pc cutlery set and a 4pc teaspoon set.
Adagio Hammered Finish Cutlery
The ideal cutlery that will be the hottest talking point at any dining table. With a modern hammered finish, not only does this on-trend design look good, it is also practical and ergonomically designed making it the perfect cutlery choice for any dining occasions. Available in a 16pc set, which includes 4 x table knife, 4 x table fork, 4 x dessert spoon and 4 x teaspoon.
Scandi 5 piece Knife Block Set
Blending natural textures with exceptional design, Richardson Sheffield’s Scandi brings classic minimalism into the heart of the home. Built to last, its simplicity belies the skill and quality materials that make up each piece. Crafted with premium MoVstainless steel and taper ground blades, these knives offer unrelenting performance and effortless precision cutting. Ash wood handles provide anti-bacterial qualities and durability, while the carbonisation process increases water resistance. An ergonomic shape and unique design features further elevate the