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Bowls & Platters
Children's Kitchen & Tableware
Cutlery
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395 products

Aida

Connoisseur Extravagant Red Wine Glass 40,5 cl, 4-pack
£71.90
Only 2 pcs left in stock

Aida

Groovy Mug 30 cl, Black
£6.10
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Atelier Bowl 4-pack
£19.90
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Tulip Vase, Smoked grey
£29.20
Only 1 pcs left in stock

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Raw Salad Servers, Gold
£16.90
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Enso Thermo Cup 20cl, White
£13.50
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Harvey Carafe 70cl, Clear
£43.90
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Harvey Pitcher 1,2L, Clear
£17.50
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Harvey Dessert Bowl, 4 Pcs
£13.50
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Relief Plate Ø27cm 4-Pcs, White
£31.90
Only 4 pcs left in stock

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Enso Mug 25 cl, White
£12.20
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Enso Bowl Ø15cm, White
£12.20
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Raw Mug 35 cl, Grey
£10.30
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Raw Side Plate 20 cm, Grey
£13.00
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Raw Plate 23 cm, Grey
£13.80
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Raw Plate 28 cm, Grey
£14.60
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Raw Bowl 13,5 cm, Grey
£14.30
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Raw Bowl 19,5 cm, Grey
£18.30
Only 4 pcs left in stock

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Raw Deep Plate 19,4 cm, Grey
£13.80
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Raw Cup 25 cl, Black
£11.30
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Aida

Raw Mug 35 cl, Black
£10.30
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Aida

Raw Plate 23 cm, Black
£13.80
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Raw Plate 28 cm, Black
£14.60
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Raw Bowl 13,5 cm, Black
£14.30
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Aida

Raw Serving Dish 34 cm, Black
£35.90
Only 2 pcs left in stock

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Raw Bowl 19,5 cm, Black
£18.30
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Raw Cup 25 cl, Nude
£11.30
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When Danes set their dinner table they use white plates – maybe with a discrete and simple decoration. However, it has not always been like that. In 1953 when Ancher Iversen started his company, white china was impossible to sell. His idea therefore was to use the surplus production of white demitasses, souvenir cups etc. from the post-war period, which he had Danish china painters decorate with gold.