About Roger Orfevre
Roger Orfevre is located in Thiers, France; the company specializes in cutlery, manufacture of wooden articles, tableware and gift. Since 1924, the company combines a long experience in the shaping of wood and in the work of stainless steel. The Roger Orfvre company transmits from generation to generation its know-how and knowledge to create and manufacture quality articles.
It masters its main raw material, the solid wood bought standing, felled, skidded and sent to its sawmill to be stored in the open air on slats for two years. This passage in dryer allows it to obtain an optimal quality. His workshops are the heirs of the know-how of the creators of the famous stainless steel cutlery models Manoir and Vieux Paris.
Roger Orfvre products labeled "ESPRIT DE THIERS" are a guarantee of quality.
The "Esprit de Thiers" high-end cutlery charter, which is very strict, is accepted by each manufacturer and guarantees respect for a centuries-old tradition and proven manufacturing processes. All the products offered under the "Esprit de Thiers" brand have undergone numerous checkpoints for one purpose: to offer products made only in the Thiernois basin and based on technical aspects such as rigidity, resistance, aesthetics and the cup.
- This amazing expandible trivets are made in France, Thiers.
- The Roger Orfvre company transmits from generation to generation its know-how and knowledge to create and manufacture quality articles since 1924.
- Trivet can fold for easy storage and can expand for large pots or serverware
- Durable trivet made of iron, cover with food service paint; so it won't rust
Professional delivery is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery for you.
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