Today on Food 52: 10 of the Most Iconic Scandinavian Designs & Their Stories

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Unikko (Poppy), by Maija Isola

Lately I’ve been interested in all things Scandinavian, especially cookbooks and design.  So I really enjoyed this post that came up on Food 52 (my very favorite food-and-so-much-more blog) today.  It’s amazing how modern these designs seem, even though most of them are over 50 years old.

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I especially liked the Kobenstyle cookware (above) that is produced by Dansk.  I hadn’t heard much about this brand before, but will definitely be taking a closer look, especially at vintage pieces on Ebay.  It appears as though their pieces used to be made in Denmark, but are now made in Asia.  A quick Ebay search on “Dansk made in Denmark” turns up quite a few interesting pieces.

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