Bernadotte étagére

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Georg Jensen’s Bernadotte étagére elevates your festive table setting to a new level. If afternoon tea with scones and cucumber sandwiches is not something you normally do, you can use the étagére to serve other baked goods, sweets or fruit. You can also place the Bernadotte étagére onto your dressing table or in your bathroom to store and display your jewellery in an attractive and original way.

The Bernadotte collection is a true Scandinavian design icon, and even today one of the most popular Georg Jensen collections. The elegant collection is named after its original designer, the Swedish Prince Sigvard Bernadotte. The first products in the collection were designed in the 1930s when the design world was heavily influenced by the functionalist movement. Characteristic to both the era and the designer, Bernadotte beautifully combines practicality to clean-lined elegance. Bernadotte is the perfect choice for all design enthusiasts who value quality and beautiful, timeless design.

Manufacturer:
Georg Jensen
Design:
Sigvard Bernadotte
Material:
Porcelain, stainless steel
Height:
28,7 cm
Diameter:
24 cm
Care instructions:
Not suitable for dishwasher. Clean immediately after use with warm water and a mild liquid soap; to protect the mirror surface only use brushes with soft bristles or a soft cloth for cleaning. If left unwashed, acidic foods, e.g. vinegar, citrus fruits, mustard and rhubarb, may damage and stain the surface.

Designer

Sigvard Bernadotte

Sigvard Bernadotte

The Swedish prince Sigvard Bernadotte (1907-2002) was an internationally recognized designer, illustrator and industrial designer. In 1929 Bernadotte saw the exhibition of Gunnar Asplund in Stockholm which was the breakthrough of functionalism. This inspired Bernadotte to act by the ideals of the functional design. Shortly afterwards Bernadotte and Georg Jensen started a long cooperation, where functionalism was visible in modern silver objects.

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