Mulberry can be found at the Prime Minister’s residence at 10 Downing Street in London, and has received international design recognition via a coveted Reddot design award. Sophisticated and timeless, this is a design which is perfect for both contemporary and traditional table settings.
Chosen by no.10 Downing Street as representing excellence in British design and for its beautiful high quality, mulberry is used by visiting states people.
In about 500CE two monks smuggled eggs and seeds from the white mulberry tree, the food plant of the silkworm, out of China. This led to the European silk industry breaking the long held monopoly of the 'silk road'. The black mulberry tree was introduced into England by James I, who thought that it was the white mulberry tree.
Mulberry cutlery is made using the finest quality 18/10 stainless steel and is available in mirror finish only.