The Margrethe bowl fairy-tale
In 1950 the bowl went into production. Some years later, Sigvard Bernadotte wanted to give it a special name. Bernadotte asked the Danish court for permission to use the princess’s name for the bowl. He received permission to do so, and the next year the bowl was given its name: the Margrethe bowl.
For the kitchen prince(ess)
How lovely, cooking with your child standing next to you on a stool, just quickly heating up some soup after a busy day, or cooking a nice fancy dinner with friends in the weekend. You spend quite a bit of time in the kitchen. So you may as well make it as enjoyable as possible. Use good quality, nice looking products that can really help you out. Because if it looks good, it often tastes even better. And that’s what it’s all about!.
The Margrethe bowl has become an award-winning Danish design icon. Acton Bjørn about their designs “We aim for timeless work and perhaps we have never been modern, but our products become never outdated.”