Charms of porcelain

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Lyngby Porcelain factory has a long history and has left a large mark in the history of Danish design. It was established in 1936 and then closed in 1969. Due to its influence and reputation, the fabric was restored and today it is again producing its iconic designs and discovering new talents. Like Milla Seyppel who recently designed a lidded jar named Chapeau. This cute bonbonnière understands serving food as an aesthetic, even a poetic act in a way and becomes a game of forms. Chapeau can be used to store food, serve such dishes as soups and dips, keep candy or anything else inside. Chapeau consists of two different bowls with two different tops, which can be inter-exchanged. One can choose and combine different sizes combining flat or high bowls and tops. The different volumes make it possible to serve or preserve different dishes, enable to keep different types of food warm and hygienically protected.


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