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Bernadotte Wood Bowl, Set of 3
Georg Jensen

Bernadotte Wood Bowl, Set of 3

Color - Stainless Steel
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Elevate your entertaining with this beautiful set of three stainless steel bowls presented on a custom-made smoked oak tray. Just the right size to hold candies, nuts or berries, the bowls feature the distinctive Art Deco-inspired grooves that appear in many of legendary designer Sigvard Bernadotte's iconic pieces. The versatile nature of the set means that both tray and bowls can also be used individually. Sigvard Bernadotte was the son of the Swedish king but carved out a notable career as one of Georg Jensen's earliest designers. Greatly influenced by the functionalist movement prevalent at the time, his work is characterized by sophistication and elegance but never at the expense of practicality. The three bowls are crafted from mirror-polished stainless steel. The smoked oak tray has a lacquered finish to reduce staining and abrasion.

Care Instructions

Treat your oak products with oil prior to first use. Do this regularly to ensure the wood does not dry out or fracture. Apply the oil and allow the products to soak up the oil for 20 minutes before removing any excess oil. Please use mineral oil or an odorless food-safe oil. Never submerge the oak wood in water, and wash by hand only.

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Stainless steel, smoked oak


5 1/3" H x 4 2/5" W x 12 3/5" D

SKU - #F30039078000040
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With a history that spans more than 100 years, the Georg Jensen brand represents quality craftsmanship and timeless aesthetic design, producing lifestyle products ranging from hollowware to watches, jewelry and home products. Georg Jensen’s philosophy was to create democratic designs possessing both functionality and beauty. His artisanal skill and artistic talent, combined with his continuous ability to identify and support design talent, was the foundation on which he built Georg Jensen in Copenhagen in 1904. Georg Jensen’s style embraced the Art Nouveau lines of the day but injected them with a distinctive vigor that resonates today. Serene flowing forms are enriched by exquisitely sculpted ornamentation, and his stylized bouquets and lush bunches of grapes reflect his sensual delight in nature. Georg Jensen’s most important task is to leverage the ideas and principles of the master himself and translate these into the design of the present day.