Design Finn Juhl, 1956
In 1956, Finn Juhl designed the TurningTray. Today the original trays are on display at Finn Juhl's house in Charlottenlund, Denmark, now a museum. Lassen Tableware is re-launching the TurningTrays after the original drawings by Finn Juhl.
The trays are handmade in Denmark in teak and glossy laminate and are available in 3 sizes and several color combinations.
Alaska white, kimono red, husky green, angel blue
Small, 23 * 45 cm
Medium, 30 * 48 cm
Big, 38 * 51 cm
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