Er-go! - 6pc Bundle for 2 People - Western (EGS)
SKU: D068-101BMS x 2, D068-103BMS x 2, D068-110BMS x 2
- easy to grab, durable, practical and multi-functional
- oriental settings
- sand like texture, matte in reflection
- improved resistant to knife marks
- designed for café culture
- versatile mix and match
- This set includes:
2pcs x 26.5cm Dinner Plate
2pcs x 20cm Salad Plate
2pcs x 14cm Cereal Bowl
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|Description:||6pc Bundle for 2 People - Western (EGS)|
|Country of Original:||China|
|Declaration Export Code:||6911101900|
East meets west with the Er-go! dinnerware set, giving free rein for you to cater either eastern or western cuisine. Each item within the range multi-functionally interacts with others.
This comprehensive dinnerware concept gives you a wide range of items to choose from and allows you to have a multitude of combinations on your table, for any occasion. It is versatile and can cater for western or eastern, casual or contemporary lifestyles.
Er-go! Collection with 3 colours, the glazed and unglazed finishing of Taupe, not only projects the beauty of colour contrast, but also ergonomically offers a secure grip. Space-saving with all small bowls could be stored in large bowl providing ideal solutions for small Asian kitchens. The Rose colour glaze is a pottery glaze in our archive. Handmade, crafted with lots of detail. The Matte Sand colour with a sand like texture, matte in reflection that improved resistant to knife marks.
Simon Stevens is an award winning product designer and a driving force in ceramic design. Simon has worked with some of World's most prestigious ceramic manufacturers and has taught and lectured on the subject throughout the UK. He has headed up Design Teams for lifestyle brands and now continues his design career in the established Simon Stevens Design Studio based in London. Simon's dynamic creativity resulted in his most successful designs being in the permanent collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Frankfurt Museum of Applied Art.