A particular feature of this pitcher is the terracotta clay, which has been fired to an unconventionally high temperature giving it the scorched colour and the strength of stoneware.


Sori Yanagi Frying Pan


Made of a special steel developed for the purpose of making frying pans. This iron frying pan is made using a material called "blue temper-zai".




Crane is a British design and manufacturing company, specialising in professional cookware and accessories. Crane products are made in France, using the highest quality materials and time honoured techniques.


Griddle Pan


Crane is a British design and manufacturing company, specialising in professional cookware and accessories. Crane products are made in France, using the highest quality materials and time honoured techniques.




The vacuum jug with the unique rocker stopper was created by Erik Magnussen and is one of Stelton's best-selling designs ever. Besides the rocker stopper it has a screw cap for transportation of liquids.


Soy Sauce Dispenser


In Japan, it is customary to serve soy sauce in a dispenser instead of the original bottle. An essential item on any Japanese table, each family has at least one dispenser and there are many types on the market. Still in production nearly 50 years after its debut, the G-type Soy Sauce Dispenser is a design that has passed the test of time.




The kettle is maybe one of the most iconic design by Sori Yanagi. Sori Yanagi designed the first kettle edition in 1953, the kettle underwent a ‘facelift’ in 1994 and later won the good design award for its exceptional functionality and design.


HK Pitcher


Of all the designers to work with Georg Jensen through the years, Henning Koppel was among the most highly regarded. His designs played an important role in influencing the signature look of Georg Jensen, particularly in the second half of the 20th century.


TS 300


Trolley with 4 swivel casters (2 with brakes).


Bon Appetit


Made from aluminium, with a high-quality non-stick coating, the Bon Appetit range is characterised by wide profiles and generous thickness of material. The long handles are made from bakelite, an athermic substance, which makes the handles easy and safe to grab.




The 9090 isn't just the first espresso coffee maker in Alessi's history: it was also Alessi's first object for the kitchen after the 1930s, the first of Alessi's many Compasso d'Oro awards (1979), Alessi's first object to be inducted into the Permanent Design Collection at the New York MOMA.


Navy Chair


First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the original 77 step process, Emeco craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it – then temper it for strength.




A practical round bowl for where space may be limited.




For over half a century, and with great consistency, the finnish designer Aarnio has designed brightly coloured objects for the house with rounded, geometric shapes that allude to a kind of “children’s code.” His works, almost all made in plastic, are short, visual tales that combine features both humorous and playful with precise and explicit functional meanings.




Riki Watanabe's simple tray won the Good Design Prize in 2001. Watanabe is considered to be one of the pioneers of after-war Japanese design.


Hang It All


The original colour composition of 'Hang it all' was conceived by Ray Eames. In celebration of what would have been her 100th birthday in December 2012, Vitra and the Eames Office developed three new versions of the coat rack in fresh hues of red, green and white.


PH 4/3 Pendant


The PH 4/3 Metal Pendant was launched in 1966. Its design follows the general three-shade system based on the logarithmic spiral, with the centre of the light source positioned at the centre of the spiral.


Tile Stove


Tilestove is a wood-burning stove with a corten steel body and an exterior of ceramic tiles. The smoke coming from the combustion chamber is not directly funneled to the stovepipe, but is first looped through the stoves. This ingenious smoke channel ensures an effective way of heating the ceramic tiles, which in turn gradually emit the heat to the room. 




Grethe Meyer was an artist, designer and architect with a special ability to create simple, functional objects, which today is the epitome of Danish Design. For Georg Jensen, she designed the cutlery "Copenhagen" in 1991.


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Carl Auböck's nut cracker was designed in the early 1950s. Carl Auböck studied at Vienna's Academy of Fine Arts as well as the Bauhaus, he ultimately found his path apprenticing in his father's metal shop. Carl Auböck's designs are renown for their modern sentiment and supreme metal craftsmanship. 


Sori Yanagi Saucepan


A saucepan in a useful size for the home. The unique overhanging design on both sides allows you to make suitable size gaps by rotating the lid, preventing water boiling over and making straining off water easier.


DGD 4635


In a similar way to pressure cookers on the hob, Miele’s built-in steam oven can cook food at high temperatures under pressure. The temperature range from 101 - 120 °C is ideal for quickly cooking robust vegetables, many different kinds of meat and pulses in up to half the time it takes when cooking without pressure.


Sommelier Knife


SCIP has been manufacturing cutlery and wine accessories since 1850 in Thiers, the capital for traditional fine cutlery in central France.




An enamelled metal top is supported by three steel rods. A rotating joint in self-lubricating material to protect the enamel moves the third leg so that the table may be folded flat.


Moon Deep Plate


Simple, soft and clear design. Moon is a porcelain set in the tradition of the classical modernism, which waives unfounded effects and exaggerated ornamentation.




The iconic Fiskars classic scissors. Ideal for all kinds of cutting tasks at home, at school and in the office. Orange Fiskars scissors are design classics that have been popular for more than four decades.




Pico is a series of porcelain tiles available in both glazed and unglazed surfaces, designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Italian tile manufacturer, Mutina.




Vola taps and mixers have been produced in Denmark for more than 40 years using traditional Scandinavian craftsmanship and the most modern engineering technology, this ensures the highest standard of precision and quality finishing.


Drinking Set No.280


The Drinking Set No.280 – consisting of white wine glass, red wine glass, water glass and a champagne cup – presents a contemporary alternative to the traditional range. The aim was to develop an uncomplicated, elegant and versatile set to be used often in daily life.


Wall Clock


Retro design inspired by industrial measurement tools, with rounded back. Second hand has a smooth movement.




REX peeler has remained practically unchanged since 1947. The original REX is unmistakable in design and has won numerous awards. Its simple design and unbeatable ergonomic shape makes it the classic par excellence.