Danish Porcelain Kitchen Utensil Holder
Keep me close.
Our go-to kitchen tools have a new home, and what a stunning home it is. This utensil holder was dreamed up by Danish designer Jakob Wagner, along with Denmark-based maker Morsø (who just so happens to be a Purveyor to the Royal Court—how official). The smooth-as-can-be surface you see is matte black–glazed porcelain, aka it’s built to last and develop a patina over time.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
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4.15" D x 4.50" H
Care & Notes +-
When used on a daily basis, scratches and signs of use will appear and add character and patina. Scratches are to be expected and cannot be removed from the matte glaze. Metal smudging, however, may be removed, at least in part, with a scrub sponge.
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