Scandia

Scandia cutlery is designed by Kay Franck (1911-1989) between 1954 and 1960 (several different sources), and was produced by Hackman in Finland until 1988/89.

In Denmark Scandia may have been sold under the name "Langelinie" as well. And in Sweden Scandia was sold under the name "Ideal".

Material: Stainless steel (18/8)

Value in Denmark: DKK 5-25/pcs. for standard (dinner) knife, fork and spoon. The bigger things up to max. DKK 100 (depending on how rare they are). [Source: Flea markets og misc. online auctions]

If you have any correction to the information on this page or if you have some Scandia cutlery you no longer use, and are considering throwing away, please contact me.

Knife

Scandia knife
  • Dinner knife - 189 mm
  • Lunch knife - 174 mm

Fork

Scandia fork
  • Dinner fork - 178 mm
  • Lunch fork - 162 mm
  • Dessert fork - 147 mm

Spoon

Scandia spoon
  • Serving spoon - 215 mm
  • Dinner spoon - 184 mm
  • Dessert spoon - 162 mm
  • The spoon - 121 mm
  • Coffee spoon - 105 mm

Misc.

Scandia carving fork
  • Carving fork - 210 mm
Scandia cake slice
  • Cake slice - 211 mm
Scandia sauce spoon
  • Sauce spoon - 163 mm

Stamps

Scandia - Old spoon/fork
HACKMAN-FINLAND 18/8

Older spoon/fork
Scandia - Old knife
HACKMAN-FINLAND STAINLESS

Older knife
Scandia - Newer spoon/fork
[LOGO] HACKMAN FINLAND 18/8

Newer spoon/fork
Scandia - Newer knife
[LOGO] HACKMAN FINLAND STAINLESS

Newer knife
Scandia - Copy/export spoon/fork
STAINLESS STEEL [Logo: A and B inside an H]
18/8 IMPORT

Copy/Export spoon/fork
Scandia - Copy/export knife
STAINLESS STEEL [Logo: A and B inside an H]
IMPORT

Copy/Export knife