The Margrethe Bowls have become a true icon of Scandi product design and can be found in most Scandinavian homes. Designed in 1954 by Swedish Designer Sigvard Bernadotte and Danish architect Acton Bjorn they were named after Princess Margrethe. They have long passed the status of just a mixing bowl, they can be used as serving bowl, a fruit bowl, a snack bowl for popcorn and even a plant pot! Made from melamine, they are available in multiple colours and sizes.
Featured here is our Home Cooks Starter Pack featuring the extremely popular 3.0L size in Nordic Blue with a set of 5 white Cooking and Mixing Spoons, both supplied in separate packs
All Margrethe Bowls are extremely durable, strong, long lasting and scratch resistant able to withstand temperatures up to 70 degrees. They are extremely stable in use as they have an anti-slip ring on their base. Very importantly they are BPA free so totally safe for all food use. Extremely high quality yet beautiful bowls.The Margrethe Set of 5 kitchen tools in Nordic Blue Melamine comprises 4 spoons with a fairly flat bottom especially designed for mixing in lengths 190, 250, 270 and 300mm plus a second 300mm length spoon with a slightly rounded bottom. The Margrethe Mixing Spoons are extremely durable, strong, long lasting and scratch resistant able to withstand temperatures up to 70 degrees. Very importantly they are BPA free so totally safe for all food use.
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