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World-class Danish design

EXCLUSIV AND AWARD-WINNING DINNER SERVICE

This year, in collaboration with the internationally renowned Danish designer, Cecilie Manz, Kähler is proud to introduce a new dinner service with wonderful qualities and fascinating combinations of materials. The dinner service is the epitome of simple Nordic design, paving the way for culinary creativity. The idiom of the new Kaolin is Nordic minimalism with clean lines softened by a feminine style and a discreet line in every element.
The Kaolin set has already won two big, international and prestigious design awards: IF Design Award and The Iconic Award ”Best of Best”, which both focus on unique, visionary, and innovative design.

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Bone china

A TRIBUTE TO THE MATERIAL

What makes the Kaolin dinner service so special is the bone china, a natural material characterized by its unique, warm glow, its translucent look and its unique crispness and strength. The name “Kaolin” comes from the natural rock, which is one of the finest and purest materials used in the manufacture of porcelain. That means the thin, delicate material complements the Kaolin design, which is pure, light and simple. The name is a straightforward tribute to the material.

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The designer behind Kaolin

Cecilie Manz

Cecilie Manz is a recognised Danish designer, who has won several major design awards and collaborated with the major Danish design companies. Cecilie Manz is celebrated for her unique and aesthetic design all over the world. Her designs often focus on simplicity and functionality, where honesty and authenticity really cut to the core. So Kaolin is a design range, which possesses the very qualities that characterise the essence of Cecilie Manz’s work. About the collaboration with Kähler, Cecilie Manz says: “It’s lovely to create a really old-school dinner service with classic elements that can be used in all sorts of ways: for example, a teacup is also a little bowl, a plate is also a little dish and so forth. At the same time, the slightly oval shape of the plates also inspires people to arrange food and excellent ingredients in their very own way.”

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Parts in wood and steel

Contrasting elements

By way of bold contrast, the range contains elements in steel and wood in the shape of streamlined, multifunctional trays, perfect for small culinary tableaux or for serving aperitifs to your guests. Layered together with the minimalist tableware and steel elements, the simple wooden boards create a warm, vibrant contrast, whenever you are serving mouth-watering delicacies to visitors. The wooden and steel elements have also been created in a simple, rigorous design, which simply highlights the exclusive, delicate expression of the tableware.

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