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Bernadotte Collection

BERNADOTTE Serving plate. - Design Inspired by Sigvard Bernadotte

White porcelain, Mirror polished stainless steel
Bernadotte 10014926 https://www.georgjensen.com/en-gb/dining-and-bar/dinnerware/bernadotte-serving-plate.---design-inspired-by-sigvard-bernadotte/10014926.html
£175.00 £131.25
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Serve your treats with a bit of flair!

The Bernadotte serving plate is a tasteful choice when you want to take your table setting to the next level. Whether you are enjoying cake, tapas or sushi, the food will definitely look its best on this serving plate.

The first Bernadotte pieces debuted in 1931, and they were heavily inspired by the functionalistic style of that time. They were created by Swedish Prince Sigvard Bernadotte – and the collection that bears his legendary name is still one of the most popular and successful collaborations in the history of Georg Jensen.

The Bernadotte serving plate is expertly crafted from stainless steel and porcelain. The edge of the serving plate is slightly raised to prevent any liquid from spilling.

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Specifications

  • Item number: 10014926
  • Materials: White porcelain, Mirror polished stainless steel
  • The porcelain is a clean white high temperature burnt vitra porcelain (1200-1300˚C). The porcelain has a high content of quartz (usually used for glass production), a material with a high durability with a fine clinging finish. The products are glazed with a clear shiny glaze, which gives a depth to the surface of the products. The porcelain is produced in Portugal to ensure the best level of quality.
  • "The products are not dishwasher safe. We recommend cleaning them with warm water and a mild liquid soap."
  • Measurements: H: 53 mm / 2.09 inches. Ø: 300 mm / 11.81 inches.
  • Design year: 2018
  • Launch year: 2019
Meet the designer
Sigvard Bernadotte

Prince Sigvard Bernadotte (1907-2002) was trained at the Kungliga Konstakademien in Stockholm in 1929. The prince’s long affiliation with Georg Jensen represents another chapter in the rich history of Scandinavian design. His Bernadotte collection has been and continues to be a favourite for generations.