Cutlery designed and manufactured by a Birmingham-based silversmith is adorning the tables of a new London restaurant.
Heritage Collection, based in Small Heath, completed the order from design to delivery in three weeks for the newly opened Palomar, in Soho.
It consisted of more than 2,500 items to be used in the restaurant's 40-cover dining space and 16-cover Zinc kitchen bar.
Chairman Martin McDonagh said: "This was a particularly challenging contract because of the short lead times involved.
"We had to produce pieces from bespoke designs ready for delivery in just three weeks.
"It involved a lot of hard work and long hours but we were delighted to be able to complete and deliver it on time."
Palomar is based in Rupert Street, near Leicester Square, and serves the food of modern Jerusalem.
Director Layo Paskin said: "We spent 18 months planning the restaurant, from the menus to the intricate design and build and all of the branding aesthetics.
"We searched hard to find a company to manufacture the tableware, as we wanted this to be equally special.
"We were incredibly pleased to find a British factory that was willing and able to make bespoke tableware and interpret our ideas in a very short lead time.
"It provided the finishing touch and the perfect complement to everything about the restaurant."
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