PVD, which stands for Physical Vapour Deposition, is a special decoration process for stainless steel that gives fine tableware nuances that range from gold to charcoal and copper.
The treatment is achieved by the deposition of metallic particles using vaporisation in a vacuum chamber. The colouring is done through a particle sublimation process that ‘welds’ the particles on an atomic level to the substrate of the tableware using electricity. The various shadings are the result of different amounts of zirconium carbonitride used. The broad spectrum of colours obtained, in fact, is the result of a careful study of particle deposition technology, along with the endless experience in producing stainless steel that is in Sambonet’s DNA.
The essential design of these models is enhanced to create striking tableware ideal for grand events or place settings full of personality, one that adds that extra touch of style to an elegant table.
Sambonet believe in style, in quality and in the beauty of our cutlery. Each Sambonet item, cutlery or hollow ware, is a unique project, built on history, research, development, and, just like a work of art, on originality.
Made with distinguished artisan care, quality of materials, latest generation production techniques and secrets passed down from the company’s silversmith tradition, today the collections including knives, forks, spoons and many more cutlery items represent the perfect combination of Italian excellence, craftsmanship and good taste.