Designed by Danish designer duo Sebastian Holmbäck and Ulrik Nordentoft for Stelton, Emma's electric kettle is inspired by the golden age of Danish design in the 1950s and '60s. The lines are simple and elegant. The natural beech handle recalls the Nordic spirit.
Erik Magnussen design, for Stelton, 1977. This innovative and colorful vacuum jug combines functionality and ease of use to let you take full advantage of your moments of relaxation. The Stelton flask is perfect for welcoming friends at home, or for taking on a picnic, to always have a warm or cool drink within easy reach.
Sigvard Bernadotte design by Georg Jensen, 2002. Very functional and of an unusual visual beauty, the Bernadotte thermo jugs are the ideal choice for serving your guests in style. Even though they were designed in 1938, they still look just as modern today as they did back then.
Kastehelmi dish, designed by Oiva Toikka for Iittala in 1964 The Finnish name ‘dewdrop’ refers to the circles of bubbles in the pressed glass. Inspired by Finnish nature, the dewdrops glisten like a string of pearls on grass in the morning sun.
Arne Jacobsen design by Georg Jensen, 1957. A beautiful cutlery gift box with 24 pieces signed Arne Jacobsen. The box includes large and small spoons, large forks and knifes. Their futuristic design and sleek lines are certainly key to their success. Perfect as a wedding gift.
Bernadotte cutlery by Georg Jensen. In many ways, the BERNADOTTE collection is classicaly Georg Jensen. Constructed in sterling silver, it is both timeless and commited to a rich history, its provenance is Scandinavian and yet it is admired all over the world.
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