A French invention when refrigeration didn’t exist, a little water and some suction keeps butter in perfect spreading consistency, and at the same time, fresh. Marble naturally keeps butter cool, and the French naturally know their way around the kitchen. Need we say more?
Care: Fill your butter keeper with cold water to keep butter soft. Change water every 3-5 days to keep butter fresh.
By Lassen is a Danish design company founded by Mogens Lassen, an award-winning architect devoted to continuing the Danish tradition of good design.
With a sharp sense of contemporary Functionalist style, Mogens Lassen designed the iconic Kubus candleholder in 1962, a piece once reserved solely for family and close architect colleagues. The Kubus is still crafted in Denmark, and among architects and design connoisseurs it has acheived the status of a modern international design icon.
These candles are sized specifically to fit By Lassen Candle Holders. Made from 100% Paraffin Wax, burns for 6 hours.
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Adam Rapoport, Editor of Bon Appetit magazine, wrote that the Zalto was “Quite possibly the greatest wine glass we’ll ever drink from…tall and lean, with an impossibly slim stem, I can’t say whether it made the Barolo taste better, but it made drinking it much more enjoyable.” These lead-free glasses are exceptionally strong because they’re blown in one piece, and because the stem is so thin, it’s actually flexible, making it much more durable than it looks. Robert Parker, the world’s most influential wine critic, is a big fan.
The Zalto Universal glass is suitable for many types of wine. It excels as a tasting glass and can be used for a variety of red wines including Chianti, Sangiovese, Zinfandel, Malbec and wines of the Veneto region. If you only have room for one glass in your collection, this is it.
Originally founded in the small German town of Ichendorf, this prestigious glassware manufacturer has been based in Milan since the 1990s. Drawing together the craftsmanship and design traditions of both German and Italy, the company now works with contemporary designers to produce distinctive hand-blown glass tableware.