Danish design icon
When the industrial designer Jacob Jensen created the Margrethe mixing bowl for the design studio of Sigvard Bernadotte and Acton Bjørn in the mid-Fifties, he perhaps didn’t realize he’d created a design classic. Yet today, over 60 years later, the Margrethe from Rosti, named after the then Crown Princess and current Queen of Denmark, is a popular utensil found in many kitchens. Then as now, the bowl was made from high-quality melamine. With its rubber ring on the base and practical pourer, it is also both very stable and easy to use.Over the years, the Margrethe has appeared in many unusual colours and various sizes. Now, with the hues Humus, Curry and Carrot, further tones have been added, with the manufacturer drawing inspiration this year from Nature.