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Kitchen and Table
Tools by Bjorn Dahlstrom 1998
Ready, Set, Cook.
Superb quality. Incredible hand feel. Suitable for all heating elements. Built to last a lifetime. What more could a budding gourmet cook ask for?
In Placewares' test kitchen - aka home - we tested a sautéuse. Since then, our French enamelware has been a bit jealous of its Tools competition.
Essense by Alfredo Häberli 2001
Red and white. Stem and no stem. We have your wine flights covered with last-a-lifetime quality and style.
Additional Essense glasses - beer glass, cocktail bowl, champagne, sherry - and a decanter are available by special order shipped to you front door or available for in-store pickup.
Collective Tools by Antonio Citterio 2000
Our obsession with these serving tools started over breakfast in Helsinki.
Luckily for us, they are a staple in Scandinavian kitchens, so no matter where we went Collective Tools were there to say, "Good Morning." Who knew plating food could be an event in and of itself?
Kastelhelmi by Oiva Toikka 1964
Joining its 12.5" sister is the slightly more diminutive 9.5" cake stand. In between cakes and pastries, we use ours to display fruit so we have an excuse to have it sit out everyday. Our lemons have never been more pleased.
The Finnish word “kastehelmi” means “dewdrop,” which refers to the small glass beads in its design. Creating a stacked 12.5" and 9.5" Kastehelmi tower is a visual feast of light and texture.