Always in step with the times, Sambonet has stood out for its progressive spirit in the production field. It is the first in Italy to have a system capable to add to a massive silverware the electroplating process.

Already by 1938, Sambonet started developing sophisticated industrial technologies to produce stainless steel, making its way to the silver plating process.

In 1947, it started producing stainless steel knives and blades using its own technology. It conquered the international market in 1956, by being chosen – among 53 competitors – to supply the Cairo Hilton Hotel with a hollowware line that is still in its collection today. This marked the beginning of the company’s great tradition of supplying world-class hotels and restaurants.

Starting from the Sixties, Sambonet began a series of collaborations that would have lead to collections that affirm and spread the company’s focus on design.

Roberto Sambonet, in particular, created collections of primary importance, such as the “Pesciera”, the “Center line” and “Linea 50” trays that can be admired at the MoMA in New York. From Compasso d’Oro ADI obtained in 1994 with Hannah flatware to Good Design and Wallpaper Design Award for Gio Ponti collections, and Good Design of Sphera coffee line, there are a lot of projects that shine in the international panorama design.

From 1997 the brand is part of an important Italian group that realizes professional kitchen tools with Paderno and Arthur Krupp and refined porcelains with Rosenthal, Thomas, Hutschenreuther and Arzberg.

The Group has also recently reinforced his presence in the luxury world with the acquisition of the French brands Ercuis and Raynaud.

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