Stelton Foster Porcelain Carafe
  • Stelton Foster Porcelain Carafe
  • Stelton Foster Porcelain Carafe

Stelton Foster Porcelain Carafe Sale

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Stylish serving, “Less is more” could not hold more true than for the Norman Foster collection from Stelton, which was launched in the autumn of 2018.

And if you are one of the many people who have fallen in love with the beautiful and simple silhouettes of this collection, the new porcelain carafe is a must for your wish-list.The carafe’s long and slim silhouette makes serving drinks ever so elegant.

The curved top and slim neck are slightly reminiscent of the graceful shapes of the swan and make it easy to grip. The base, which is 10.5 cm wide, ensures that the carafe is very stable. The carafe is perfect for everyday use for serving water and juice.

If you are having a party, then let the guests enjoy their water and wine served from the porcelain and the steel carafe from the same range.

The Norman Foster line is design for the modern home. It combines a simple sculptural form with soft lines, resulting in beautiful tableware ideal for different situations.

The range includes thermo jugs and mugs for coffee and tea, milk jugs and sugar bowls, dishes and bowls, serving jugs, steel cups and water glasses, which all share the same exclusive and elegant expression.

The materials are a beautiful mix of mirror-polished stainless steel, porcelain and glass.

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Ø 10,5 cm / H 27,5 cm


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  • Norman Foster

    Born in 1935 in Manchester, England, Sir Norman Foster is an award-winning and prolific British architect known for sleek, modern designs of steel and glass with innovations in contouring and inner space management. He was part of the architectural group Team 4 before branching off on his own to form what would eventually be known as Foster + Partners. Foster earned acclaim for his design of the Willis Faber & Dumas headquarters in the early '70s and was later responsible for the updated Reichstag in Berlin after the reunification of Germany as well as the Hearst Tower in New York City. His design practice has overseen an array of heralded structures around the globe.
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