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Nobel

A combination of exquisite designs using bone china results in a beautiful dinner table.

Nobel

The Nobel dinner service was first used for the Nobel prize’s 90th anniversary dinner in 1991. Inaugurated by Her Majesty the King and the Queen of Sweden and 1,300 invited guests at the Nobel dinner in Blå Hallen, Stockholm, the dinner service is an excellent example of high quality Swedish design in which a combination of exquisite designs using bone china results in a beautiful dinner table.

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The Nobel dinner service received the ‘Excellent Swedish Design’ award in 1992 from the Swedish Society of Crafts and Design [Föreningen Svensk Form]. The colours on the plates symbolise the four seasons, the continents and the first Nobel prize.

DESIGNER
Karin Björquist


Karin Björquist is an artist who combines functionalism with aesthetic beauty. She has won many awards, including the Milan Gold Medal 1954, the Lunning Prize 1963 and the Prince Eugen Medal 1982. Her works is represented at several museums around the world. The Nobel service was honoured with the award “Excellent Swedish Design” in 1992 by the Swedish Society of Crafts and Design.

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PARTS
Nobel


  • Under platter
    31 cm / 12.25”

  • Plate flat, white
    25 cm / 9.75”

  • Plate flat, yellow
    25 cm / 9.75”

  • Plate flat, blue
    25 cm / 9.75”

  • Plate flat, green
    25 cm / 9.75”

  • Plate flat, white
    21 cm / 8.27”

  • Plate flat, yellow
    21 cm / 8.27”

  • Plate flat, blue
    21 cm / 8.27”

  • Plate flat, green
    21 cm / 8.27”

  • Wing-shaped side plate
    22x11 cm / 8.57x4.28”

  • Dessert bowl
    0,4 L / 13.52 oz

  • Soup bowl & cover
    0,6 L / 20 oz

  • Coffee cup & scr
    0,17 L /5.75 oz