Danish Margrethe Bowl
The Margrethe Bowl is a durable and heat-resistant melamine bowl ideal for baking and cooking. With their stylish design, they can also be used for serving. The rubber ring in the bottom of the bowl serves as an anti-slip against the kitchen counter.
The Margrethe bowl is named after the Danish princess Margrethe and its stylish design was created by Acton Bjørns and Sigvard Bernadotte in 1954. It's a design that's stood the test of time!
- Dishwasher safe
- Nonskid ring and uniform thickness facilitate mixing
- Handle and pouring lip
- Not microwave or freezer proof
Denmark and design go hand in hand. The Rosti melamine mixing-bowl – one of the greatest Danish success stories – has demonstrated this for more than half a century! Developed in 1950, it constituted the base for many of Mepal’s classical designs. Classic and almost regal. With the permission of the Danish royal house, the mixing bowl was named after the Danish Queen Margrethe. In 1997 this design even attained the status of an official stamp.