We are excited to showcase some of the new products and colours we will be presenting at Oslo Design Fair and Maison & Objet in Paris this autumn.
With the ongoing project where we develop crockery for the underwater restaurant Under, Lindesnes we have clearly been stained by the coastal landscape. Waves, straws, rocks and green tones are a big part of autumn's presentation.
The stone vase in the color stone gray, and Bølgevase in the color gravel.
Introduction of new colors.
As always, we are inspired by nature and muted shades that go well together. With names such as straw, soot, gravel and rocks, MENT pays homage to the natural elements.
Proud vases and sea urchin in the new color soot.
Waves, straws, rocks and green tones are a big part of autumn's presentation.
Curved teapot in new color – rocks.
Introduction of new design.
Creating beautiful table coverings is one of the sisters' favourite pursuits, and MENT is expanding the KRUM collection with a new soup bowl. The organic shape harmonizes with the oval shape of the dinner plates, and combined with the cutlery from Cutipol, you are welcomed to spend the whole evening around the dining table.
Krum soup bowl in the color straw combined with Krum dinner plate in the color clay and Krum coffee cup in dark chocolate.
With names such as straw, soot, gravel and rocks, MENT pays homage to the natural elements.
Introduction of new material.
Now we present our telysestake in two different versions of stained glass; stream and river. It is with great enthusiasm we have now started cooperation with a fantastic manufacturer of mouth-blown glass in Portugal, and the first delivery is November 2019.
We can't wait to light candles in these when the dark and cold winter arrives, and stained glass combined with through coloured porcelain is wonderfully beautiful!
Oblique telysestake hi color river combined with Sandbolle from MENT for Under collection. On the left you will see the new Underwater Can from the same collection.
Hope you will enjoy our new catalogue of beautiful pictures taken by talented Ragnar Hartvig.