Kongetinn

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Kongetinn 5-Piece Place Setting
Item ID:: 1130-1100-5576

Kongetinn means Royal Pewter, this design is almost 1,000 years old, inspired by the artisans of the viking kings.  At the time it was a point of honor for the Kings to handle artistry of many types.  The saga tells us that King Olav Kongetinn himself carved the dragon's head on one of his longships.

5-piece flatware set with stainless steel and pewter handles. Gift-boxed.

Pewter and Stainless Steel.

Price: $140.00
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Kongetinn Bottle Opener
Item ID:: 1130-1100-5539

Kongetinn means Royal Pewter, this design is almost 1,000 years old, inspired by the artisans of the viking kings.  At the time it was a point of honor for the Kings to handle artistry of many types.  The saga tells us that King Olav Kongetinn himself carved the dragon's head on one of his longships.

Pewter and Stainless Steel.

Price: $50.00
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Kongetinn Butter Knife
Item ID:: 1130-1100-5533

Kongetinn means Royal Pewter, this design is almost 1,000 years old, inspired by the artisans of the viking kings. At the time it was a point of honor for the Kings to handle artistry of many types. The saga tells us that King Olav Kongetinn himself carved the dragon's head on one of his longships.

Small stainless steel butter knife with pewter handle.

Pewter and Stainless Steel.

Price: $44.00
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Kongetinn Cake Server, Large
Item ID:: 1130-1100-5517

Kongetinn means Royal Pewter, this design is almost 1,000 years old, inspired by the artisans of the viking kings.  At the time it was a point of honor for the Kings to handle artistry of many types.  The saga tells us that King Olav Kongetinn himself carved the dragon's head on one of his longships.

Large cake server.

Pewter and stainless steel.

Price: $80.00
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Kongetinn Candle Snuffer
Item ID:: 1120-1200-5662

Kongetinn means Royal Pewter, this design is almost 1,000 years old, inspired by the artisans of the viking kings. At the time it was a point of honor for the Kings to handle artistry of many types. The saga tells us that King Olav Kongetinn himself carved the dragon's head on one of his longships.

Price: $60.00
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Kongetinn Carving Set
Item ID:: 1130-1100-5062

Kongetinn means Royal Pewter, this design is almost 1,000 years old, inspired by the artisans of the viking kings.  At the time it was a point of honor for the Kings to handle artistry of many types.  The saga tells us that King Olav Kongetinn himself carved the dragon's head on one of his longships.

Two piece carving set including fork and serrated knife.

Pewter and Stainless Steel.

Price: $140.00
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Kongetinn Cheese Knife
Item ID:: 1130-1100-5523

Kongetinn means Royal Pewter, this design is almost 1,000 years old, inspired by the artisans of the viking kings. At the time it was a point of honor for the Kings to handle artistry of many types. The saga tells us that King Olav Kongetinn himself carved the dragon's head on one of his longships.

Curved Kongetinn cheese knife with pronged tip; in stainless steel with pewter handles.

Pewter and Stainless Steel.

Price: $70.00
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Kongetinn Cheese Slicer
Item ID:: 1130-1100-5518

Kongetinn means Royal Pewter, this design is almost 1,000 years old, inspired by the artisans of the viking kings. At the time it was a point of honor for the Kings to handle artistry of many types. The saga tells us that King Olav Kongetinn himself carved the dragon's head on one of his longships.

Kongetinn cheese slicer with stainless serving surface.

Pewter and Stainless Steel.

Price: $70.00
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Kongetinn Coaster Set
Item ID:: 1120-1200-5631

Kongetinn means Royal Pewter, this design is almost 1,000 years old, inspired by the artisans of the viking kings. At the time it was a point of honor for the Kings to handle artistry of many types. The saga tells us that King Olav Kongetinn himself carved the dragon's head on one of his longships. Four coasters done in pewter hollow ware depicting a Viking aiming his arrow.

Price: $100.00
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Kongetinn Drinkware - Beer Mug
Item ID:: 1120-1200-5624

Kongetinn means Royal Pewter, this design is almost 1,000 years old, inspired by the artisans of the viking kings. At the time it was a point of honor for the Kings to handle artistry of many types. The saga tells us that King Olav Kongetinn himself carved the dragon's head on one of his longships.

Holds 16oz.

Price: $140.00
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