Aston Martin Creates Silverware Collection

By Paul Joseph

Iconic British car brand Aston Martin, renowned for its distinct craftsmanship and design, has branched out into homeware with a new range of silver pieces for the home.

Called “Silver by Aston Martin”, the collection is the result of a collaboration between Aston Martin and renowned silversmith Grant MacDonald, and is currently being showcased at the Maison & Objet trade show in Paris and is

The line is broken up into five categories – Eating, Drinking, Gifts, Models, Travel & Picnic, and Bespoke – and features a variety of stunning silverware for the home including luxury picnic hampers, champagne flutes, decanters, candlesticks, china, centrepiece bowls, all bearing some of the hallmark design styles of Aston Martin.

Some of the standout pieces from the collection include a sterling silver and 24 carat gold paper knife ($1,576) and a picnic hamper made from 100 percent Scottish lambswool ($4,356).

Speaking about the new line, Grant MacDonald said: “This collection is inspired by the power, beauty and soul of the Aston Martin brand.

“Through the artistry of our craft, we have retained the integrity of the brand whilst pushing the boundaries of contemporary design.”

Aston Martin was founded in London, England by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford in 1913.

By Paul Joseph