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Kähler Hammershøi grinder, 13 cm, anthracite
Kähler Hammershøi grinder, 13 cm, anthracite
Kähler Hammershøi grinder, 13 cm, anthracite
Kähler Hammershøi grinder, 13 cm, anthracite

Hammershøi grinder, 13 cm, anthracite

Kähler

$59.85

Kähler
Hammershøi grinder
$59.85


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  • Climate-compensated deliveries
  • Excellent reviews from our customers

Description

Hammershøi grinder, designed by Hans-Christian Bauer for Kähler, is part of a beautiful ceramic collection named after artist and ceramicist Svend Hammershøi. He worked for Kähler from 1893 until his death, and his large vases and bowls were often adorned with simple vertical furrows. The same decorative pattern repeats in the timeless Hammershøi collection that is perfect for both everyday use and festive settings.

Material
Oak, porcelain
Colour
Oak, anthracite
Height
5.12 in (13 cm)
Diameter
2.36 in (6 cm)

Hans-Christian Bauer

Hans-Christian Bauer (b. 1980) is a Norwegian industrial designer who graduated from the School of Architecture of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2010. Bauer works in Copenhagen as a product and furniture designer, and has collaborated with various different brands, such as Kähler, &Tradition and Menu. His best known designs include distinguishable, modern ceramics with a warm, classic touch.

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  • H

    Doncaster, United Kingdom

    5

    The grinders are very stylish and attractive. Expensive but I guess if you like them enough they’re worth it

    85 days ago

Very good

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