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Georg Jensen Bernadotte Salt and Pepper Shaker - Stainless Steel

Georg Jensen Bernadotte Salt and Pepper Shaker - Stainless Steel
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Georg Jensen Bernadotte Salt and Pepper Shaker - Stainless Steel

Bringing a sense of timeless style to your dinner table, the Bernadotte salt & pepper shakers are the obvious choices for any serious food and design enthusiast.

The first Bernadotte pieces were released in 1938, inspired by the Art Deco style of that time. They were designed by Swedish Prince Sigvard Bernadotte – and his namesake collection is one of the most popular and successful collaborations in the history of Georg Jensen.

The Bernadotte salt and pepper shakers are made from stainless steel. They are sold as a pair – and they are the perfect gift for any occasion.

  • Materials: Stainless steel
  • Measurements: Height: 88mm, Ø: 31mm
  • Design Year: 2018
  • Launch year: 2019
  • Steel does not exist in native form but is a metal alloy manufactured mainly from iron. All stainless steel products are hand-polished, which is a rather time consuming process performed by only the most skilledcraftsmen. 18/8 (13% chromium, 10% nickel, 72% steel). Georg Jensen’s stainless steel home décor, tableware and cutlery are all made of this quality.
  • "The products are not dishwasher safe. We recommend that knives, bowls and serving pieces be cleaned immediately after use. Especially foods with a high acid content should be removed as it may damage and stain the surface. Acidic foods include citrus fruits, mustard, ketchup, oil and vinegar dressings, spinach, rhubarb, etc. Clean the products using warm water and a mild liquid soap. To protect the mirror surface only use brushes with soft bristles or a soft cloth for cleaning"

1907 - 2002

Sigvard Bernadotte

Prince Sigvard Bernadotte (1907-2002) was trained at the Kungliga Konstakademien in Stockholm in 1929. The prince’s long affiliation with Georg Jensen represents another chapter in the rich history of Scandinavian design. His Bernadotte collection has been and continues to be a favourite for generations.

Collection, National and International delivery available on this item.

We regularly send items to Europe and the rest of the world - please send us an e-mail telling us which item/s you are interested in, along with the address you want it sending to and we will come back to you with a price. contact us

Price: £46.75
Product Code: 10014925
Availability: In Stock
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