Rosti - design classics that the whole world knows
There are objects in our lives that we simply take for granted. We know the shape of these things from childhood and do not even think about the fact that it is something that enriches our lives in a special way imaginative and practical. And it is precisely at this point that modern design has fulfilled its mission. For all its chic functionality, it seems self-evident and becomes a classic that almost everyone has at home. Margrethe bowls from Rosti are such a classic! You may never have heard of them before, but you certainly know them anyway.
Margrethe – the princess among the Mixing Bowls
Since the early 1950s, the well-known Rosti Schüssel has been produced and was a short time later in the kitchens of this world at home. Margrethe is perhaps the best-known bowl of all. The fact that the original came from the German company Rosti and bears the name of a princess is probably known only to interested Scandinavians. After all, Margrethe did not become a design classic because of a brand name, but because of her timeless design, which makes all kinds of useful things possible. The famous bowls are easy to grip, stable and space-saving in the kitchen cupboard because they can be stacked. The spout helps when emptying or transferring something. The high-quality material ensures easy cleaning with temperature resistance up to 70 degrees. Last, the touched Mixing Bowls since 1966 stands on a rubber ring, which brings more stability. Particularly for Handrührgeräte is the Rührschüssel with it and the wide upper edge ideal. It was designed by Jacob Jensen in the design studio of Sigvard Bernadotte and Acton Bjørn and commissioned by Rosti. It became particularly popular in Denmark when Sigvard Bernadotte named it after Princess Margrethe, heir to the throne. The fact that she is at home in all kitchens of this world until today, she owes, however, only to your clever designer and manufacturer Rosti.
Home of a kitchen icon
Rosti was founded in 1944 by Rolf Fahrenholtz and Stig Jørgensen. The injection molding process it used to produce knobs was a very innovative process immediately after World War II. A few years after its founding, the manufacturer also began to produce bowls and dishes using injection molding. Shortly thereafter, the iconic kitchenware, which is still popular today, was created. After the integration into the A.P. Møller - Mærsk Group in 1971, the separation between the branches Rosti Industrial – one produced in the meantime also numerous special containers for the industry – and Rosti Houseware took place in 1989. The Houseware division was then sold to the Dutch company Mepal BV in 1993. Since 2019, Rosti together with the designs belongs to the group F&H of Scandinavia. To date, the product range of Margrethe Schüsseln is expanded, modified and of course sold in large numbers.
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Margrete Schüsseln you order today for your kitchen in one of many fresh colors as well as in numerous sizes. Rosti now also manufactures the bowls in porcelain. A lid is optionally available. Everything you get with many other typical Scandinavian things on scandinavian-lifestyle.de. Of course we will answer your questions about our products or the order in our store with pleasure.