Mema/GAB has been manufacturing cutlery for more than 150 years and is now Scandinavia’s largest manufacturer of silver cutlery, as well as being one of the leading cutlers in Europe. The head office is in Eskilstuna, Sweden, which is also the location for all silver production.

Skilled silversmiths and designers have carried on the tradition through the years, creating attractive, timeless designs.

Silver cutlery from Mema/GAB combines quality and tradition with function and design.

Proof of Gense’s and Mema/GAB’s high-class design and quality is the fact that the company has been appointed a Royal Warrant Holder in Sweden.

We have 27 models to choose from. Which one is your favourite?

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Historiskt silver genom årtionden

Vi har tillverkat silverbestick i Sverige i över 150 år. Våra skickliga, kvalitetsmedvetna hantverkare, silversmeder och formgivare har fört traditionen vidare genom åren och lämnat spår i historien med tidlös design.

När du köper silverbestick från Mema/GAB för du ett kulturarv vidare. Vare sig du väljer en modell skapad idag eller för 100 år sedan.

Vi har 24 olika modeller i äkta silver. Välj din favorit i listen nedan


ALICE

Alice will enhance any covered table, emphasising elegance and completing your table setting. This cutlery has pure, elegant lines that meet the requirements of design enthusiasts for minimalism.

925 silver, dishwasher safe 
Design:Bertel Gardberg

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BIRGITTA

The design of this set comprises a combination of eighteenth-century neoclassicism and twentieth-century modernity. Birgitta, cutlery with royal grace, was launched in the 1950s and is named after Princess Birgitta.

Is also avaliable in silver plate. Dishwasher safe

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CHIPPENDALE

Chippendale originates from the eighteenth century and takes its name from furniture designer Thomas Chippendale. Chippendale is one of Mema/GAB’s most popular designs.

Chippendale is also avaliable in silver plate. Dishwasher safe

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CPB 2091

Designer Prince Carl Philip has, with the cutlery CPB 2091, drawn a modern icon for the set table. Inspiration is gathered from international cities and architecture. The design exhibits exciting symmetry and lets the material speak for itself. The cutlery’s elegant shape combines the beautiful and aesthetic with functional simplicity. CPB 2091 is easy to recognize because the knife, fork and spoon share the characteri-stically exact rounded shape.

830 silver. Dishwasher safe

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DISA

Timeless cutlery designed in the 1930s in the neo-classical style by Linus Holst. The handle has an elegant trefoil form, hinting at the shape of a violin.

830 silver. Dishwasher safe

Design: Linus Holst

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EVA

A design from the twentieth century with classical ornamentation and a shape somewhat reminiscent of a violin.

830 silver, also avaliable silver plated. Dishwasher safe

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FINNMYRTEN

The famous and rare "finnmyrten" decorates this model. The cutlery is engraved by hand.

Dishwasher safe

Design: C O Persson

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GAMMAL DANSK

This cutlery is pure and simple in its form. The pattern has existed for over 300 years and is just as valued today as then. It has graced the table settings for all occasions for generations.

Gammal Dansk is also avaliable silver plated. Dishwasher safe.

Design: Cohr

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GAMMAL FRANSK

This design has its roots in the eighteenth and was one of the most popular designs in Sweden during the nineteenth century. The winding acanthus leaves form the French lily motif that adorns this neo-classical cutlery, combining modernity with tradition.

Is also avaliable silver plated. Dishwasher safe.

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HAGA

Poet Bellman’s idyllic “winged butterfly” and little princesses in Haga were the inspiration for this romantic cutlery.

Is also avaliable silver plated. Dishwasher safe.

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HERRGÅRD

This cutlery design was created around the turn of the last century when the billowing shapes of art nouveau were starting to breakthrough. This design is just as popular today as it was then.

830 silver. Dishwasher safe  

Design:Cohr

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INGRID

The simplicity of neoclassicism combined with elegant rococo wreaths of leaves and scroll ornamentation give this design an individual character.

830 silver. A few parts are avaliable silver plated.

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OLGA

With its romantic, wavy, delightful lines, Olga has been popular since the nineteenth century’s neo-rococo era. One of Mema/GAB’s most classic cutlery designs.

Also avaliable silver plated. Dishwasher safe.

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OLGA ANTIQUE

With its romantic, wavy, delightful lines, Olga has been popular since the nineteenth century’s neo-rococo era. One of Mema/GAB’s most classic cutlery designs.

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PATRICIA

A characteristic romantic neo-rococo design and shell details repeated in both the handle ornamentation and the scoops of the sauce and serving spoon.

Also avaliable silver plated. Dishwasher safe.

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PRINS ALBERT

Modellen har fått sitt namn efter den engelska drottningen Victorias make, som värnade om konst och kultur. Ett tungt och romantiskt bestick i nyrokoko med ursprung i 1800-talet.

Dishwasher safe.

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ROSENHOLM

The severe, sparse lines of functionalism are reflected in this matt cutlery design, created at the beginning of the 1930s by Jacob Ängman, one of Sweden’s most famous silversmiths.

Dishwasher safe.

Design: Jacob Ängman

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RÅDHUS

Elegant and simple cutlery designed by E. Wallin in the 1930s. Has a characteristic neo-classical severity and pattern.

Also avaliable silver plated. Dishwasher safe.

Design: E. Wallin

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SACHSISK

The Saxon flower gives this design a classic and distinctive identity with a hint of art nouveau. Sachsisk was designed at the start of the twentieth century.

Dishwasher safe.

Design: Cohr

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STEN STURE

Designer Eric Löfman has allowed the silver to express itself in this modest, elegant and modern cutlery. The knife blade, which is angled at 90 degrees to the handle, gives Sten Sture its special character.

Dishwasher safe.

Design: Eric Löfman

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SVENSK

A genuine Swedish design that originates from the eighteenth century. This design has the simple, soft lines of neoclassicism. Svensk is proof of a timeless idiom.

Dishwasher safe.

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SYMFONI

A gentle theme with a shape somewhat reminiscent of a violin and harmonious ornamentation in unison have given Symfoni its name. This cutlery was designed at the start of the twentieth century.

Dishwasher safe.

Design: Hans Scherrenbacher

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UPPSALA

A model from the 1950's. A clean and simple design with a matt finish.

Dishwasher safe.

Design: Eric Löfman

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VASA

The symbol of the Vasa dynasty, a sheaf of corn, adorns this sleek cutlery. Designed in 1921 by Jacob Ängman, one of Sweden’s most famous silversmiths.

Dishwasher safe.

Design: Jacob Ängman

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