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Perfect your place settings. Refined, yet perfectly weighted and durable for everyday use.

About Kostick Flatware

Kostick is a beautiful and functional range of hand forged cutlery from South Korea. Made using the traditional Bangjja Yugi technique, known as 'bronzeware', this much revered metal has been used since ancient times. The bronzeware combines 78% copper and 22% tin - and produces a subtle golden coloured alloy that also provides durability and antibacterial qualities.

This range combines traditional and contemporary silhouettes with a unique ergonomic profile. The knife has been designed especially for Mud Australia.

About David Mellor Flatware

David Mellor Design operates on the simple principle that well-designed equipment can improve your life.

David Mellor's approach to design was always to some extent that of a craftsman, in his close involvement in materials and techniques and his insistence on the highest standards of environment and working conditions. All David Mellor buildings have been of special architectural merit. His original studio-workshop in Sheffield was designed in the 1960s by Patric Guest of Mayorcas & Guest and is now a listed building. In the 1970s David Mellor embarked on the restoration of a historic building, Broom Hall, in central Sheffield. The successful integration of the cutlery workshops received an Architectural Heritage Year Award.

The Round Building, David Mellor's cutlery factory in the Peak District National Park, was completed in 1990. Mellor collaborated with the architect Sir Michael Hopkins in evolving a design which is highly functional in a rural area of outstanding natural beauty. The Round Building has won numerous architectural awards.

The David Mellor Design Museum at Hathersage, opened in 2006 in another building purpose designed by Michael Hopkins. The David Mellor Design Museum covers the whole broad spectrum of David Mellor's work from tea spoons to traffic lights over the past half century. David Mellor retired in 2005 and passed away in 2009. His son Corin Mellor, an interior and product designer, is now Creative Director of the company.

About Cutipol Flatware

Embrace timeless elegance with high-grade brushed stainless steel utensils from our partners at Cutipol.

Cutipol is made by a family-owned business in the village of Sao Martinho de Sande in Portugal. The brand perfectly pairs artisanal traditions with modern technology – creating some of the finest modern serving utensils.

Cutipol offers a curated selection of flatware sets, serving tools and objects for your home.

Discover our dinnerware and cutlery collection

At Mud Australia, we believe that there is elegance, quality and versatility in simplicity. Our minimalistic and functional Australian ceramics and flatware collection embody this belief to offer a contemporary design solution to any architectural environment.

Our handmade pieces fit perfectly into any home and make the perfect gift. They can be built upon as your needs evolve and if there’s a double-up (it happens) we have a flexible exchange policy that makes gifting easy.

Our experienced team can advise on how to create the perfect dinnerware collection, via virtual design consultation or in person at your nearest Mud Australia store.

Whether it’s a gift for someone special or an item for your own home, our range of dinnerware, servingware, drinkware, home décor and lighting can elevate and personalise your space with a timeless design aesthetic.

Pictured: Mud Australia Dinner Plate, Pebble Bowl Medium, Noodle Bowl Cereal, Flared Bowl Extra Large, Paris Platter, Linge Particulier Napkin, Mourne Placemat and Cutipol Cutlery. Photography by Petrina Tinslay and Becca Crawford.


What type of flatware does Mud Australia sell?

We stock Cutipol’s Goa and Ebony cutlery ranges and David Mellor's Chelsea range. You can purchase each item individually or build your own cutlery set online or in your nearest Mud Australia store.

Can I put my Cutipol and David Mellor Cutlery in the dishwasher?

The Cutipol collection is made from high-grade brushed stainless steel and resin, which is safe to put in the dishwasher. If cutlery is being placed in a basket in the dishwasher, place handle side up to avoid any handles slipping through. Make sure the cutlery is completely dry before storing it in a dry place. Extra care should be taken with the higher grade 420 steel knife blades as they are less resistant to oxidation.

David Mellor Cutlery is safe to use in the Dishwasher. Click here to download maintenance instructions.

How many flatware sets should a family of four have?

For a family of four who like to entertain and have frequent guests visit, we recommend having at least eight pieces of each fork, knife and spoon, to avoid running short and accommodate visitors. Because each piece in our flatware range is sold separately, you can easily add on a few separates of your most used pieces, and pick up a spare if one ever goes missing.