Klaus Rath design for Georg Jensen, 2007.
HEART– Take a little love with you, everywhere you go!
The HEART keyring is an elegant rendering of love’s greatest symbol
According to popular belief, the number of keys on one’s keyring denotes the amount of responsibility in one’s life. However, a keyring is also something you carry with you everywhere, holding it in your hand at least twice a day, every day. HEART packs a lot of sophisticated design into a very small package.
HEART places the classic symbol of love on a keyring. The polished surface and rounded shape are pleasantly touchable. The locking system is secure and the keyring is attached to a polyurethane strap.
A pocket-sized symbol of love…
Silk polished stainless steel, black polyurethane
W25 x D70 x H25 mm
Arne Jacobsen design for Stelton, 1967. All tea enthusiasts will love the AJ Cylinda teapot, a great classic of Scandinavian design, which combines functionality and ease of use to let you fully enjoy your moments of relaxation. The teapot is ideal for serving guests at home, but also sturdy enough to be used in restaurants, tea houses and cafés.
Erik Magnussen design, for Stelton, 1977. This innovative and colorful insulated 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.
Arne Jacobsen design, for Stelton, 1967. The AJ Cylinda ashtray is an intriguing ashtray, which well thought-out design makes it a functional and timeless object, which attracts the eye. The revolving top allows users to quickly poor the ash and cigarette butts into the lower container to avoid unwanted smells.
Arne Jacobsen design for Stelton, 1967. Coffee lovers will cherish the AJ Cylinda coffee pot, a great classic of Scandinavian design, which combines functionality and ease of use so users can always make the most of their moments of relaxation. Perfect for welcoming guests at home, but can also be used by professionals, in cafés and restaurants.
Verner Panton design for Georg Jensen, 1988.First produced in silver in 1988, the Panton tray is now available in stainless steel. Sometimes known by the evocative nickname “Car Crash,” Panton’s tray makes an eye-catching and beautiful centrepiece or serving tray.