From the sleek curves of its Art Nouveau-inspired flatware to the elegance of its electric one-cup coffeemakers, WMF's products have exemplified modernity since the mid-19th century. In 1927 the company, based in the southern German town of Geislingen an der Steige, secured the exclusive right to use Cromargan: a stainless-steel blend that is amazingly resistant to wear and tear caused by food-based acids. To this day WMF uses Cromargan to create its award-winning, eye-catching Grand Gourmet knives, superlight cookware, and decorative tableware. WMF’s diverse product range includes the Kaiser bakeware line (named after Wilhelm Ferdinand Kaiser, not the German emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II), Alfi stainless steel TeaTherms and thermal coffee carafes, and Silit — a cheerful collection of bright-colored cookware.
When you use high-quality cookware, your food doesn’t just come out better; it’s also easier to prepare. BergHOFF's pans, skillets, roasters, stock pots, and beyond (from top industry names) will inspire you to cook more — and better.
From elegant glassware to stylish serving pieces, these luxe designs are perfectly cut out for a wine-and-cheese party, whether you host a small gathering with friends or a big soiree with a cast of dozens. Now all you have to do is decide who's worthy of an invite.
You don't have to be a chef to appreciate the breadth of BergHOFF's designs: There is something for everyone. For the prep master we selected a handsome set of forged knives. For your Thanksgiving pies, a professional Cream Whipper. And, for the honeymooners, a stunning 72-piece flatware set. As for us, we'd take the kitchen timer, the stock pot, and the sturdy bamboo cutting board.
Set a sleek, sophisticated table for everything from quiet dinners at home to big get-togethers. These accents, with their inspired color, texture, and overall design, hit just the right tone.