The Danish design icon, the Margrethe bowl, is indisputably the best-known product in Rosti's range.
The original Margrethe bowl was designed in 1954 by Sigvard Bernadotte and Acton Bjørn in Copenhagen and is named after the Danish Princess Margrethe.
A welcome addition to the range is the easy clean 1 Litre Margrethe mixing jug. Heat-resistant up to 100°C and with a handy pouring lip and anti-slip ring on the base this useful jug is a must-have any kitchen.
Choose from 4 classic Nordic colours.
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In 1944, during the difficult times of the Second World War, Rolf Fahrenholtz and Stig Jørgensen founded Rosti - a company specialising in precision plastic injection moulding.
In 1948 the company began the production of their now-famous melamine mixing bowls, utensils, and dinnerware. Worldwide more than 25 million Margrethe bowls have been sold.
That savoury pie, that homemade bread, a tasty cake or an oven bake that took you hours to make. Whether you use the iconic Margrethe mixing bowl or another item out of the large collection of kitchenware, Rosti will continue to be your colourful and reliable assistant.
Quality danish design.
|Colourway||Available in 4 Nordic colours|
|Dimensions||H 16 x Ø 10.5 cm|
|Care Advice||Dishwasher safe. Not suitable for the microwave|
|Designer||Designed in 1954 by Sigvard Bernadotte and Acton Bjørn.|