Der deutsche Disign-Hersteller Mono ist bekannt für sein Besteck und seine Tisch-Accessoires. Das Familienunternehmen produziert wahre Klassiker, wie das mono-a.
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Mono is one of the most distinguished German design companies and well-known for its high-quality cutlery and table accessories.

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mono - Spare glass for mono classic, filio and santé   mono - spare glass 1.5 l €35.00 *mono - softmesh cleaning cloth mono - softmesh cleaning cloth €58.00 * 5 von 5mono - filio Teapot mono filio - Teapot €128.00 *mono - ellipse Teapot mono - ellipse - Teapot, 1.3 l €99.00 *mono - filio Teapot mono filio - teapot with integrated teapot warmer €172.00 *mono - Spare glass for mono classic, filio and santé   mono - replacement glass 0.6 l €32.00 *mono Concave - Replacements set Mono Concave - Replacements set €7.50 *mono - Paraffin Lamp Oil mono - Paraffin Lamp Oil, 0.7 l €10.00 (€14.29/l) *mono-a Dessert Cutlery mono-a teaspoon €23.00 *mono - mono-a Flatware Set mono - mono-a flatware set 4 pcs. with knife (long blade), stainless steel €120.00 *mono - Spare glass for mono classic, filio and santé   mono - replacement glass for filio tea or sugar bowl €9.00 *mono - Concave mono concave - Fire Bowl, Ø 13 cm €48.00 *mono-a Cutlery mono-a knife (long blade) €49.00 *mono - filio Teapot Warmer mono - filio - teapot warmer €82.00 *mono - Citro Orange Peeler mono citro - orange peeler €19.50 *mono-a Cutlery mono-a fork €29.00 *mono - pico walnut cracker mono - pico - Walnutcracker €19.50 *mono - mono-a Flatware Set mono - mono-a 4 pcs flatware set with knife (short blade), stainless steel €120.00 *mono - Ellipse Warmer mono ellipse - Warmer €52.00 *mono-a Dessert Cutlery mono-a Dessert and Dinner Spoon €26.00 *mono-a Dessert Cutlery mono-a Dessert Fork €26.00 *mono-a Dessert Cutlery mono-a Mocha coffee spoon €21.00 *mono - mono-a Flatware Set mono - mono-a 24 pcs flatware set with knife (long blade), stainless steel €675.00 *mono - mono-a Longdrink Spoon mono-a spoon longdrink €28.00 *mono - filio Teapot mono filio - teapot €112.00 *mono-a Cutlery mono-a knife (short blade) €49.00 *mono - mono-a Serving Cutlery mono-a Serving Fork / Meat fork €29.00 *mono-a Dessert Cutlery mono-a Dessert Knife €45.00 *mono - Concave mono concave - Fire Bowl, Ø 20 cm €99.00 *mono - Giro Apple Slicer mono giro - Apple slicer €19.50 *mono - Strainer Bowl mono - Strainer Bowl, large Ø 14 cm €43.00 *mono - Teapot lid for mono-classic and mono-filio mono - Teapot lid for 44/444 and 44/500 €35.00 *mono - Pendant Decoration mono trio - hanging decoration €135.00 *mono - depot Accessory Station mono - depot Accessory Station, 23 x 23 cm, leather black €95.00 *mono - mono-a Serving Cutlery mono-a Serving Spoon €67.00 *mono - Tea strainer for the mono filio teapot mono - Tea strainer for the mono filio teapot €46.00 *


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The fascination of good form.

Mono is closely connected to the names of renowned designers who often rethink objects of daily use to give them formative designs. Mono products represent high-quality materials as well as a meticulous handcrafted production.

An intrinsic sense for the quality of life and an extraordinarily high design standard define the family-owned business. For generations, mono, which is headquartered in Mettmann, has been producing cutlery and table accessories with a timeless aesthetics. The legendary mono-a cutlery, which is internationally renowned as a design classic, has outlived trends for decades.

The level of innovation, design quality, and superior manufacturing standards of every item, have made mono what it is today – a brand that shapes table and living culture.

Wilhelm Seibel I founded the Seibel Britannia Goods Factory in 1895. In 1911 the first branch factory, Hessische Metallwerke Gebr. Seibel, was founded. The company attained global recognition in 1936 with its Olympia cutlery provided for the Olympic Village in Berlin. Thanks to the very healthy economy of the post-war years, staffing increased to almost 1000 employees. In the 1950s, a major decline in the cutlery industry resulted in the demise of almost 90% of all German manufacturers. Thanks to the bold decision by Herbert Seibel to focus on design-oriented products, a collapse of the Hessische Metallwerke was avoided.

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