Georg Jensen

Georg Jensen Bernadotte Sugar Bowl w/Spoon

Kr 1.000

As classic and beautiful as can be. Store the sugar in style in a Bernadotte sugar bowl - a timeless piece in Scandinavian design that will refresh any table.

Inspired by the fluted pattern of the 1930s Art Deco period, the Bernadotte collection was first launched in 1938, designed by Swedish Prince Sigvard Bernadotte. He was deeply inspired by the functionalist movement, and his simple and clean aesthetic helped to modernize the silverware industry. Sigvard Bernadotte became one of the most popular collaborators in Georg Jensen's history, and the collection that bears his name is one of the most successful.

The Bernadotte sugar bowl is sold with a spoon. All parts are made of stainless steel.

With a history spanning more than 100 years, Georg Jensen represents unique craftsmanship and timeless aesthetic design ranging from small silverware to watches, jewelery and products for the home.

Georg Jensen's own philosophy was to create democratic design with both functionality and beauty. His craftsmanship and artistic talent, combined with his ability to identify and support design talent, were the foundations on which he built the Georg Jensen business in Copenhagen in 1904.

  • Design:Sigvard Bernadotte
  • Material:Polished stainless steel
  • Dimensions:H: 52 mm. Ø: 79 mm.

Hand washing. We do not recommend that interior products made of stainless steel be put in the dishwasher. It can scratch the parts, and the salt and detergent can leave black marks and stains on the surface.