The art of silversmithing has a long tradition at Koch & Bergfeld. Since 1829 - the year in which the workshop as founded - the Bremen silversmiths have never ceased to craft asterpieces that are second to none.
Basically, there has been little change in the production of our valuable silverware since that era. The success of each piece depends on manual skill, care and patience as well as the many years of experience acquired by the staff at the Manufacture. After all, 28 work steps go into making up every silver spoon, and 32 into each fork.
Koch & Bergfeld's listed factory complex in Bremen's Neustadt district, which is worth seeing for its architectural features alone, not only contains modern electronic machinery but traditional workbenches as well. Here, experienced staff concentrate their entire energies on each piece of cutlery to give it the form and shine that characterise the masterpieces of Koch & Bergfeld.