Rosti Mepal Pebble Margrethe Nested Mixing Bowls
The bowl that launched a thousand more.
These mixing bowls from Rosti Mepal have been an icon in the kitchen for over 60 years. Designed in Denmark by an industrial designer and architect, Jacob Jensen, the bowl was originally launched in 1954, and named for the Danish Queen Margrethe (with the expressed permission of the Danish royal house—how official!). People back then and now love its lightweight melamine construction, the simple handle on the rim, the clever pouring spout. And today, you’ll find an anti-slip ring on the base so you can go to town on your whipping cream. It now comes in pebble, a lovely, lightly speckled pattern that recalls river stones.
Photography by Ty Mecham, Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Melamine and wood fiber blend
1.5-liter bowl is 6.5" in diameter (7.5" W with handle and spout) x 5" H
2-liter bowl is 7.15" in diameter (8.5" W with handle and spout) x 5" H
3-liter bowl is 8.5" in diameter (9.75" W with handle and spout) x 5" H
4-liter bowl is 9.5" in diameter (11" W with handle and spout) x 5.25" H
Care & Notes
Bowls and lids are dishwasher safe. Not safe for use in the microwave.
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