Normann Copenhagen Krenit Salad Set
The Krenit salad bowl & set are inspired by the simple form language of the East. The long pointed handles reflect traditional chopsticks. With a simple and clean expression, the Krenit series is a modern classic that lets function and aesthetics play perfectly together.
The Krenit salad set lies perfectly in the salad bowl and the round head makes it easy to scoop up the dressing. Use the salad set for everyday use or for special occasions. The idea behind the salad set is for it to contribute to the experience of what is being served.
The Krenit salad set is available in several colors, providing ample opportunity for adding a splash of color to the dinner table. The colors have been carefully selected to fit beautifully with the colors in the Krenit range as well as with other types of salad bowls.
Herbert Krenchel designed the Krenit range back in 1953 and relaunched by Normann Copenhagen in 2009. The series has achieved great success ever since and is now available in a wide range of sizes and colours.
The salad set cannot be used in microwave oven. The salad set is dishwasher safe. Use standard dishwashing detergent to clean the matt surface and markings will vanish.
Black, Grey, Red, Rose, Turquoise, White
We keep as many items as possible in stock, but there are some exceptions. Shipping and stock details below:
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Available on Backorder = Two possible scenarios here. Either we do not have the item in our own stock, but it can be shipped just as quickly from the manufacturer, or the item is made-to-order. If the latter, it usually takes some time to craft, but you will be receiving a freshly made piece of furniture. Detailed backorder information is usually stated in the curators' notes.