The designer of this newly reissued enamel collection, Grete Prytz Kittelsen, was coined the “Queen of Scandinavian Design” in the 1950s, and her work was exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art during this period. She was the recipient of many design awards, including the 1954 Grand Prix from La Triennale in Milan.
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MoMA Exclusive: Designed by enamel artist Grete Prytz Kittlesen in the 1960s in collaboration with Catherineholm, these simple, bright bowls bring instant Scandinavian design to your table. Each handmade steel bowl is coated in a durable porcelain enamel making them perfect for entertaining or as a decorative accent in your home. Kittelsen's work was featured in a MoMA exhibition in the early 1950s. Hand wash only.