Mepra Linea Rainbow Iridescent 5-Piece Flatware Set

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Product Details

Mepra's 5-Piece iridescent rainbow flatware setting in their Linea design is a modern sleek shape with a bit of softness in the corners for a not overly modern design. We likey.
  • Includes a soup spoon, dinner fork, dinner knife, salad fork, andteaspoon.
  • Available in Rainbow, Flat Gold, Shiny Gold, Flat Black, Flat Rose Gold, Shiny Silver & Flat Silver
  • Dishwasher-safe
  • Made in Italy
  • Please allow 4-6 weeks lead time due to Mepra'sPVD special finishes.

In stock items will be shipped via ground shipping within 3-10 business days of placing your order. Learn about our Shipping Policy. This item is subject to Return Exclusions please see our Return Policy.

Shipping

This item is eligible for our free shipping offer for orders above $149. If it is a parcel sized shipment it will ship via ground shipping. Furniture and larger items ship freight with threshold delivery service. When in stock, this item ships within 3-8 business days and takes 5-14 business days to arrive. White Glove shipping upgrade is available at checkout for freight shipping. 

Returns

This product is final sale and is not eligible for return unless there is a defect or damage. You can cancel your order within 24 hours of placing it for a full refund. Cancellations after 24 hours are subject to a cancellation fee. Cancellation fees will be waived if the item hasn't shipped past 7 business days beyond the expected shipping date. Please read more on our Return & Cancellation Policy HERE.


Type: Flatware Set

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About Mepra

Mepra was created in 1947, but the entrepreneurial story of the Prandelli family starts many years earlier. In 1901, brothers Bortolo, Francesco and Giovanbattista create the first family business, Prandelli, in the Lumezzane Valley by the banks of River Gobbia to make use of its water’s kinetic energy that would allow machinery to operate.

The company’s factory used to manufacture for others and, during the First World War, produced bullets for the Italian Army. With the end of the war, the factory had to be converted to other uses, and Gianbattista’s three sons Pietro, Felice and Giacomo created Mepra, acronym for Metallurgica Prandelli (lit. Prandelli Metallurgical).

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