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Margrethe Mixing Bowls - Set of 2

$55 Non-Member
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New Online Only

Margrethe Mixing Bowls - Set of 2

$55 Non-Member
$49.50 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Blue

Size:  One Size

Item# 20515-806052 In Stock
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MoMA Exclusive: In 1954, industrial designer Jacob Jensen was asked to design some plastic kitchen products for Danish company Bernadotte & Bjørn. Bernadotte, who was the brother of Queen Ingrid of Denmark, named this bowl after his niece, who would later become Queen Margrethe II of Denmark. Produced today by Rosti, this set of two indigo blue melamine Margrethe Mixing Bowls can be used for mixing ingredients for baking, salads, ingredients for meatballs and meatloaf and more. 

Each bowl features a special anti-slip ring on the bottom that will keep it in place while you're mixing, a comfortable handle for easy grip and a spout that makes it easy to pour out your baking mixtures. The bowls can also be used to serve snacks such as potato chips, pretzels, popcorn and tortilla chips at your gatherings. These lightweight bowls stack into each other for easy storage. This set of two Margrethe Mixing Bowls includes a 3- and 2-quart bowl. Dishwasher-safe.
  • Designer
    Sigvard Bernadotte
  • Size
    2 qt:5h x 8.5w x 7.25"d
    3qt:5h x 10w x 8.5"d
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  • Year of Design
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