Stelton - Stockholm

Stelton - Stockholm Collection - banner
Filter 
Main category  
Sort: Most popular  

Stelton - Stockholm Bowl Horizon Stelton - Stockholm Bowl Ø 20 cm small €75.00 * 5 von 5Stelton - Stockholm Bowl Horizon Stelton – Stockholm Bowl diameter 30 cm medium €180.00 *Stelton - Stockholm Bowl Horizon Stelton - Stockholm Bowl Ø 10 cm mini €45.00 *Stelton - Stockholm Vase aquatic Stelton - Stockholm Vase Ø 131 small, aquatic €90.00 *Stelton - Stockholm Vase Horizon Stelton - Stockholm Vase Ø 203 mm large €245.00 *Stelton - Stockholm Platter Stelton - Stockholm Platter, aquatic €89.95 *Stelton - Stockholm Vase aquatic Stelton - Stockholm Vase Ø 166 medium, aquatic €170.00 *Stelton - Stockholm Vase Horizon Stelton – Stockholm Vase diameter 131 mm small €90.00 *Stelton - Stockholm Vase Horizon Stelton - Stockholm Vase Ø 166 mm medium €170.00 *Stelton - Stockholm Cake Knife Stelton - Stockholm Cake Knife, 26 cm / aquatic €49.95 *Stelton - Stockholm Bowl aquatic Stelton - Stockholm Bowl Ø 100 mini, aquatic €45.00 *Stelton - Stockholm Bowl aquatic Stelton - Stockholm Bowl Ø 300 medium, aquatic €180.00 *Stelton - Stockholm Bowl aquatic Stelton - Stockholm Bowl Ø 400 large, aquatic €280.00 *Stelton - Stockholm Vase aquatic Stelton - Stockholm Vase Ø 203 large, aquatic €245.00 *Stelton - Stockholm Cheese Slicer Stelton - Stockholm Cheese Slicer, 23 cm / aquatic €49.95 *Stelton - Stockholm Bowl aquatic Stelton - Stockholm Bowl Ø 200 small, aquatic €75.00 * 5 von 5Stelton - Stockholm Bowl Horizon Stelton - Stockholm Bowl Ø 40 cm large €280.00 *Stelton - Stockholm Cheese Slicer Stelton - Stockholm Cheese Cutter, 24 cm / aquatic €44.95 *


Items per page: 12 36 All

In cooperation with the long-established business Stelton, the design duo Oscar Kylberg and the Swedish heir apparent Carl Philip Bernadotte created a collection which was inspired by the beauty of the Scandinavian landscape. The line Stockholm Aquatic involves three vases and four bowls in different sizes, made of aluminium and enamel. The inspiration for the elegant design of blue colour gradients stems from the Stockholm archipelago and the Baltic. Thereby, water was not only a source of inspiration but also part of the production process. The first step consists in sketching the organic patterns with ink on moist paper and subsequently transmit this. In a set or even on its own, the vases and bowls decorate every living room and thereby bring a piece of Swedish landscape onto the table.


Designers