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RESERVED FOR LEA - Krenit Enamel Bowl Designed by Herbert Krenchel - Red And Black Danish Modern Enamelware

Originally designed in 1953, and produced only until 1966, this early and rare Krenit bowl is absolutely stunning. Featuring a bright red interior, and Krenit's staple black matte exterior, this is the largest oblong shape Krenit produced, measuring in at 14" long. The Krenit bowl is a classic of Modernist design, and represents a triumph in the marriage of form and function. Herbert Krenchel explains: “In 1953, the idea was to make a beautiful bowl, preferably so functional and delicate that it was equally suited for use in the kitchen, on the dining table and as a decoration in the sitting room.” This beautiful bowl certainly matches those criteria. In great condition, there are three small fleabites to the rim, though the inner enamel looks particularly lovely for its age. The exterior features some light scuffing, as is typical of Krenit pieces, as well as the remnants of the original maker's tag (the earliest Krenit pieces came with small paper labels attached). For a piece of this age and type, this dish looks absolutely fantastic. Sure to bring its sense of Mid Century cool to any space, this Krenit bowl is perfect for any and all lovers of Mid Century Modern design.

RESERVED FOR LEA - Krenit Enamel Bowl Designed by Herbert Krenchel - Red And Black Danish Modern Enamelware

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: enamel
  • Ships worldwide from Washington, United States
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