Cathrineholm (Norway) 'Stripes' Mixing Bowl | Black
The Cathrineholm factory opened in Halden, Norway in 1907. Originally producing ironworks and agricultural equipment, they then moved to creating signage and general household wares, before producing enamelled kitchenware.
As a designer, Grete Prytz Kittelsen was contracted to Cathrineholm, from 1955 until 1972.
During that time she designed a range of enamelware for the company - most famously Lotus (1962-65) and not-so-famously Stripes (1956), Square (1958) and Bands (1958).
Contrary to popular belief, the flower pattern displayed on the Lotus design was not the work of Grete herself, but decorator/artist Arne Clausen. In fact, Grete has been known to comment on how she doesn't like the pattern at all and that it ruins the look of her solid-colour design!
We're excited to be able to offer these as a fabulous addition to any mid-century kitchen.
Cathrineholm have resumed production of the iconic 'Stripes' pattern, in a number of limited colours and sizes. We have two size options available in the black colour way; 18cm (7") and 24cm (9.5") diameter.
Limited quantities of each; please choose your size option via the drop-down menu.
* Note, as mentioned above these are from the new range and as such, are not vintage.