Stelton AJ Teapot 1967 Cylinda

SKU: 40042
Sale price$411.00

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The classic tea pot from 1967 is a strikingly elegant tea pot designed by Arne Jacobsen. It is considered as a Danish design icon with its minimalistic and timeless design.
The tea pot’s capacity is 1.25 L and it was one of the first products in thecylinda-line range.

Size: H. 16 cm, L. 24 cm, W 26 cm.


About the brand

Stelton
Stelton

Stelton is a Danish design company that is known for its high-quality and functional kitchenware, tableware, and home accessories. The company was founded in 1960 and has gained international recognition for its Scandinavian-inspired designs and collaborations with renowned designers.

Stelton is known for its collaborations with renowned designers, including Arne Jacobsen, Erik Magnussen, and Norman Foster, among others. These collaborations have resulted in iconic designs that have won numerous design awards and achieved international recognition.

Stelton's products are appreciated for their high-quality craftsmanship, durable materials, and elegant designs. They are often found in design-conscious homes, hotels, and restaurants around the world.

Please note that availability and specific product offerings may vary over time, so it's best to visit Stelton's official website or authorized retailers for the most up-to-date information on their product range.

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