A classic celebrates: 60 years of Margrethe mixing bowl. Due to this great anniversary, Rosti Mepal offers a set that contains a mixing bowl + Anti Splash Lid that is both practical and pretty looking. The popularity of the design classic is due to the Danish design duo Sigvard Bernadotte and Acton Bjørn who created the mixing bowl in the 50s.
In 1954, the mixing bowl was named after the Danish Queen Margrethe, niece of Sigvard Bernadotte. With this beautiful name, the bowl was introduced to the international market in three different sizes. The secret of the long lasting success? Not only is Margrethe extremely practical but als very pretty looking.
The robust and easily cleanable Margrethe mixing bowl is heat resistant up to 70 degree centigrade. An anti-slip ring at the ground enables a stabile standing while usage, even while mixing and stirring.
For always guaranteeing to have a good sight on the content in the mixing bowl, the set offers a transparent Anti Splash Lid including a round hole. This hole enables working with an electric whisk while the lid is on top of the mixing bowl. An additional advantage of this set - next to the splash protection - is that the content remains fresh for a longer time because it also includes an extra white lid to close the hole after mixing. That's what practical supposed to mean!
These days, the mixing bowl Margrethe is available in many different sizes, from 150 ml up to 5 l, and each has a wide colour range.