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.
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.
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.
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.
The Cocotte from Staub has an under-lid drop structure which ensures that condensed water formed during the cooking process is consistently basted over the dish being cooked.
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.
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.
SCIP has been manufacturing cutlery and wine accessories since 1850 in Thiers, the capital for traditional fine cutlery in central France.
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.
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.