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Broste Copenhagen Classics

Oak
Some objects are best known for their function, but when the design is both thought-through and elegant in all its simplicity, they active some status and become much more than merely a practical everyday utensil. Such is the case of the subtle, yet eye-catchingly beautifully fashioned salt and pepper shaker set from Broste Copenhagen. It is made of oak shaped like a slender cylinder hiding the grinding mechanism - and the spices that make all the difference.
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Nordic Tablewaer
Nordic is the very essence of Broste Copenhagen, and the first version, Nordic Sea, with its soft grey, green, and blue hues and delicate hand-painted stripes inspired by the waves of the ocean, has earned its place on gourmet restaurants and private homes all over the world since it was launched in 2009. Today the tableware is available in the original version and a brighter edition called Nordic Sand, as well as the new dark and dramatic Nordic Coal version.
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Linen Collection
The soft weight of the fabric immediately reveals the quality, and form ancient Egypt to present-day homes flax linen has enjoyed a well-deserved status as a durable luxury material. Broste Copenhagen's linen collection consist of tablecloths, napkins, and cushions weaved in a way that accentuates the natural fibres' salient feature: the lightly wrinkled, glossy, and varied surface that shimmers beautifully in the light.
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Zep Lamp
The light is soft, the shape is universal, and the material is the perfect fusion of Asian grace and Nordic strictness. All through Broste Copenhagen's 60-year-history bamboo has been used frequently for both furnitures and interiors, also in the Zep lamp, where the flexible material is laminated to a softly rounded construction of flat, vertical staves.
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Bazaar
The three classic tea light holders from Broste Copenhagen constitute an elegant design encounter of Nordic references and southern aesthetics. The name is Bazaar, and the Middle Eastern inspiration is evident in the curving shapes and perforated patterns sending out gorgers shadow pictures into the room, when the lights are flickering whiten. The raw unglazed ceramics and the lines of the pattern, reminiscent of holders their distinct Nordic traits.
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Smoke Glass
A red wine glass from Broste Copenhagen's archives was the point of departure for this series, which in addition to wine and champagne glasses include a decanter and for everyday use. The lightness of the material and the elegant curves are the same as in the original, but the addition of smoke-coloured details has guaranteed the series a life of its own as a modern classic.
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CPH Curve & CPH Rim
The strong, Nordic tradition for ceramics runs like a unifying principle through Broste Copenhagen's 60-year-history. The vases Cph curve and Cph rim, which are idiomatically related, but aesthetically unique, are born of this tradition. The distinctive play of colors in the glaze is a declaration go love for the handicraft go the 1970s, while the shape is classic and uncomplicated - with and without flowers.
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Wide
The references to the natural world are obvious in the Wide series, where the rounded silhouette of an onion is accompanied by rows of soft grooves and a colored glaze, smooth as the surface of a calm pand. The vase is available in four sizes, each whit the same lightly slanting mouth, and they are beautiful by themselves to together as a still life arrangement, whit or whitout the flowers, leaves, and branches go the season.
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Nola Chair
A modest shape is often the most striking. This also holds true for the Nola chair, which is composed of simple, geometric elements - a slender X and a rectangular sheet. The combination of a classic furniture materials, leather and metal, is eternal and forever valid, and both materials age gracefully, so that Nola not only survives as a classic in Broste Copenhagen's universe, but in homes all over the world also.
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Slate Plates
Its natural look and raw surface is perfectly balanced with the signature of Broste Copenhagen. Broste Copenhagen is identified by our love for rustic characteristics, natural materials and everything the hands can take in just as well as the eyes. The plates are a mix of soft, organic shapes and clean lines available in various sizes - all with a classic expression.
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Hessian
The Hessian wall paper of the 1070s, whit their beautiful, tactile surfaces, were the inspiration behind tho dinner set, which has been a staple of Broste Copenhagen's selection since 2001. The surface is precisely characteristic enough to give the set its own distinctive identity and precisely subtle enough to not steal attention from the shape and colors of the food. A delicate, hand-painted edge frames the meal morning, noon, and evening.
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Aleta Lantern
Clean lines, soft curves, and a straight silhouette. The lantern has been a recurring object all through Broste Copenhagen's history, but one particular version remains the archetype, shape-wise. The name is Aleta, and this simple construction go bamboo, suited for both indoor and outdoor use, has all the qualities go a classic: meticulously matched proportions and a lightness and naturalness in terms of idiom.
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Bubble Glass
A shape at once elegant and modest, to which is added a single remarkable design feature that contributes edginess and personality and stands out as Broste Copenhagen's distinct signature. That is the essence of the glass series Bubble, which has been part of our range for years and has achieved classic status whit its decanters, wine and water glasses filled whit cascades of tiny, effervescent bubbles.
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Amalie Vase
A harmonious, softly rounded silhouette and a surface that calls to mind softly undulating sand hills whit its pronounced grooves reminiscent of the unique patterns drawn by wind and water. That is how the classic Amalie Vase is designed, and since it was launched in 2010 it has been a stable in all collections from Broste Copenhagen in colors attuned to the seasons' ranges.
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Sandy Vase
Narrow grooves, rippling softly as if they have been drawn whit a stick in the sand. That is the mofti of the ceramic vase Sandy, which this season is incorporated into Broste Copenhagen's classics selection. Its colours also originate from nature - burnt ochre, washed grey, and soft hues reminiscent of the very sand that is the inspiration behind the vase's surface and its name. Sandy is available in three sizes - one for the small bouquet pn the windowsill, one for the slightly larger bunches on the table, and one for sprays of wild tangled branches on the living room floor.
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Dotty
Simple, feminine, and totally independent. The Dotty series, comprised of two vases accompanied by a matching round lidded jar, is named after the myriad circular dots that characterize its appearance. The classic pattern endows the objects whit a tactile surface whit a beautiful shadow effect when placed on a well-litt windowsill or illuminated by a lamp. Each season offers new colors, making Dotty a collator's item.
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Egg Chair
The classic Egg chair is made from natural rattan, which has been frequently used since Broste Copenhagen's first years in the 1950s because of its durability, flexibility, and ageless aesthetics. The chair, which as the name indicates is shaped like a halved egg, can be used both indoor and outdoor - perhaps filled whit textiles to create a soft space in the room inviting calm contemplation.
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Velvet Collection
Fabrics play an important role in any Broste Copenhagen collection, and certain characteristics have proved their worth as part and parcel of our selection. This holds true of the luxurious cotton velour in in a quilted circle pattern, for instance, which makes an appearance on pillows and bedspreads and which is available each season in a soft and muted range of colors that accentuate the distinctive weight and surface play of the material.
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Hune Cutlery
The shape is strong, honest, and devoid of superficial details, the lines are soft and appealing, and the proportions harmonize perfectly. Hune is a continuation of an old tradition for cutlery design and production at Broste Copenhagen and constitutes a great example of unpretentious everyday design whit the timeless qualities of a classic. The cutlery is available in three colors: matt black, soft espresso, and brushed steel.
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Rhomb
The strict, faceted patterns in a classic whisky glass was the aesthetic point of departure of the series of candles named Rhomb, available in a wide range of colors and matching the season's interior collections from Broste Copenhagen. The candles are produced whitout palm oil in an exclusive paraffin wax quality that makes the candles burn whitout dripping, and the dyed-through core ensures that the candles remain beautiful - even when they have been put out.
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