For the origins of this marvellous creation look no further than the ingenious French minds! During the splendid Baroque period, the etagere, or cake stand, emerged as an essential adornment within the courts of the French nobility. However, to reduce this masterpiece to a mere shelf or frame would be an injustice so here we offer a reimagined version of this awe-inspiring work of art.
Renowned designer Boris Pickenhagen has ingeniously catapulted the presentation of fruits, canapes, pastries, and pralines into the new millennium with his breathtaking interpretation. This exquisitely crafted cake stand surpasses all expectations, blending the natural allure of acacia wood with the captivating allure of meticulously polished stainless steel bowls, each organically shaped and gleaming. As a practical touch, a carrying ring gracefully crowns the ensemble, adding both convenience and elegance.
For all of us sustainable means many things but we feel an important factor is the life of a product. As our Grandparents taught us if we take care of things then they should last! All our products are selected with that in mind; they are built to last. They may cost a little more but once bought then they should last for many years, if not a lifetime! A benefit to your pocket, but also the planet.
If you find anything you disagree with or want to know more about then, please, just ask, this is an ongoing work in progress! Call us on 01993 867075 or email [email protected]. We care!
Philippi is a German company based in Hamburg that, for over 20 years now, has focused on developing a range of diverse home products that focus on quality, on detail and on functionality.
The materials used are mainly metal, glass and wood all sourced from the best channels complying with all current worlds standards ensuring the greatest protection possible is given to our environment and world.
By using good design and the best materials available Philippi products are durable and designed for a long life. Taken care of Philippi products will give many years of good, functional use making them highly sustainable.
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