Bernadotte Étagère by Georg Jensen
Sometimes it is true, when they say the food tastes better, if it looks great.
The Bernadotte étagère lets you serve and enjoy your scones, finger sandwiches and other delights in impeccable style. Your afternoon tea is taken to another level with timeless Scandinavian design on the table.
The very first Bernadotte designs were released all the way back in 1931, inspired by the Functionalist movement. They were conceived by Swedish Prince Sigvard Bernadotte, who would go on to become one of the most successful and legendary collaborators in the history of Georg Jensen.
The Bernadotte étagère is inspired by the original designs of Sigvard Bernadotte, and it is made out of stainless steel and porcelain. The edges of the different plates are slightly raised to prevent any liquid to spill.
White porcelain, Mirror polished stainless steel
H: 287 mm / 11.3 inches. Ø: 9.45 inches.