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  • Mono 10+1 Collection Complete 11pc Set
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    Mono 10+1 Collection Complete 11pc Set
    mono 10 + 1 completes the mono-a flatware. The set consists of soup ladle, sampling spoon, gravy ladle, deli fork, spatula, carving fork, carving knife, vegetable server, serving spoon, skimming l adle. Ten hooked serving pieces with a utensil rack. mono 10 + 1 is made of dishwasher safe 18/10 stainless steel, and is always at the ready near the work surface in the kitchen.
  • mono-a cutlery
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    mono-a cutlery
    Mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1959 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function. Mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era. While back then mono-a was still avant-garde it’s now a classic of table culture. It combines classy design with the highest manufacturing quality. Numerous awards and expositions inland and abroad made mono-a famous. It is today considered the most-sold German Post-War design cutlery.
  • mono - Multi Tray
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    mono - Multi Tray
    Bribing timeless is how the multi tray by mono appears. The rectangular shape of the mono tray is practical and decently elegant. The shape of the mono multi trey appears aesthetical and functional – unnecessary forms and decoration was renounced by the designers. The high class 18/10 chrome nickel stainless steel combination presents an image of a noble tray, which really deserves its name: Multi tray. The mono multi tray is usable for many purposes and in many surroundings because of the clear design and the noble materials, such as serving tray or to decorate. The multi tray has a PVD inlay, which also serves as non-slip base: It is white on one side and black on the other. This makes the mono multi tray even more individually adaptable to the landscape it is used in.
  • mono - softmesh cleaning cloth
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    mono - softmesh cleaning cloth
    Mono-softmesh is a cleaning cloth, which removes any type of dirt. The cloth is longevity and soft to be touched. Contrasting steel cloths, the softmesh cleaning cloth is indestructible. But that’s not all: Since it is made of stainless steel rings, it is pleasant and soft to be touched. Burnt pots, pans and baking trays are easily cleaned with the mono softmesh cleaning cloth, since the steel material will remove the crust of every surface, it is easy to clean the details through the slim tissue. Indestructible cleaning cloth out of steel A carafe or vase can easily be cleaned, by means of putting the cloth inside and shaking it with water. This is how slim containers will be cleaned, when our hands don’t fit in. To be cleaned, the cloth can simply be placed in the dishwasher. Afterwards the cleaning cloth of steel will be hygienically cleaned and ready to be used again.
  • mono classic Teapot
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    mono classic Teapot
    The mono-classic teapot was designed by Tassilo von Grolman. The mono-classic teapot combines the advantages of previous brewing methods for tea and due to its unique construction and the use of totally taste-neutral materials it allows the tea to develop its whole aroma. The sieve consists of rustproof cloth made of stainless steel and almost takes the whole volume of the teapot, so that the tealeaves hover loosely and can release their entire aroma. The jug consists of fireproof duran glass. Intelligent details increase the pleasure when enjoying tea: The specific geometry of the glass hemisphere makes the last leftovers stay in the jug and with them the tea crumbs. Function and contemporary design were truly synthesized in the classic teapot. The classic teapot is available with the proper tray or with an integrated teapot warmer. Moreover we offer you a teapot warmer matching with the classic teapot. Please take also notice of the offer regarding spare parts for the mono teapots. More details: The mono-classic teapot combines the advantages of previous brewing methods for tea and due to its unique construction and the use of totally tasteless materials it allows the tea to develop its aroma without being disturbed.
  • Mono-e - Stainless Steel/Ebony 5-Piece Set
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    Mono-e - Stainless Steel/Ebony 5-Piece Set
    With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective – 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design – at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. Set Includes: Table Spoon. Table Fork. Short Blade Table Knife. Teaspoon. Dessert/Salad Fork.
  • Mono - mono-a Fish Cutlery
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    Mono - mono-a Fish Cutlery
    Designed in 1959 by Prof. Peter Raacke, the mono-a cutlery revolutionised the tables all over the world. By avoiding any design elements, which used to belong to the exuberant embellishment in earlier days, Prof. Peter Raacke lay the foundation for modern industrial design of everyday objects. At the beginning, mono-a was punched out of a single piece of stainless steel, a so-called monoblock; therefore this demonstrative name. Today the knife consists of two kinds of steel: The handle is made of rustproof stainless steel, the blade of high-quality hardened steel. In 1959 this cutlery was classified as avant-garde, but nowadays it is a real classic because mono-a combines noble design with the highest processing quality. Numerous awards and exhibitions at home and abroad popularised the mono-a cutlery. Today it is considered as the most sold German design cutlery of the post-war era. In this category you can find the fish fork and the fish knife from the mono-a cutlery series.
  • mono-a dessert cutlery
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    mono-a dessert cutlery
    The rules for dessert cutlery are uncomplicated and informal. Some desserts can be eaten easily with a spoon, others with a fork. Additionally there are personal skills of holding a piece of cutlery less complicatedly. The use of dessert cutlery is therefore handled very flexible. Among the mono-a dessert cutlery you find a dessert / soup bowl spoon, which ideally fits every dessert, as well as a dessert / pastry fork and a dessert knife. Numerous awards and exhibitions in several countries made the mono-a cutlery well-known. Today it is the most-sold German post-war design cutlery.
  • Mono-a - Stainless Steel 20-Piece Set
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    Mono-a - Stainless Steel 20-Piece Set
    With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective – 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design – at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. Set Includes: 4x Table Spoon. 4x Table Fork. 4x Short Blade Table Knife. 4x Teaspoon. 4x Dessert/Salad Fork.
  • Mono Gemiini Coffee Cup w/ Saucer, 2 Pack
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    Mono Gemiini Coffee Cup w/ Saucer, 2 Pack
    Mikaela Dörfel created this unusual tea service in 1993 combining porcelain and stainless steel. Clearly defined lines, a high degree of functionality and some noteworthy details: the teapot handle, which holds the lid in place when pouring, the precisely fitting strainer insert, and the cantilevered teapot warmer with the elevated candle. The teacups are stackable, with the metal ring serving as stacking guide. Dishwasher safe.
  • mono - filio Teapot
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    mono - filio Teapot
    The mono-filio teapot is an advancement of the mono-classic teapot. The glass jug is hung up in a loosely oscillating base frame made of stainless steel, which has been formed out of one single piece and thus it doesn’t have any ugly weld seams. The round handle completes the elegant overall picture. Functionality and design are perfectly combined and due to the specific geometry of the glass hemisphere the last leftovers stay in the jug and with them the tea crumbs. There is nothing to prevent you from enjoying your tea. As well as with the mono-classic teapot, the tea cooking with the mono-filio version becomes a fascinating spectacle: The tea leaves hover in a setting of glass, metal and light and release their entire aroma. The design from the exceptional teapot was coined by Tassilo von Grolman. Lid, sieve and base frame of the filio teapot consists of tasteless chromium-nickel-plated stainless steel. The glass hemisphere is made of borosilicate glass. The suitable teapot warmer , cups and mugs of the mono filio series are also available, as well as numerous spare parts.
  • Mono Filio Glass Teapot with Integrated Warmer - 1.5L
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    Mono Filio Glass Teapot with Integrated Warmer - 1.5L
    The traditional tea ceremony mono-style. Place your favorite tea in the stainless steel mesh sieve, and watch the leaves unfold freely, as they release their aroma. High grade 18/8 stainless steel are used for the filio tea set, lid and sieve, and heat resistant borosilicate glass for the bowls.
  • mono - filio teacup
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    mono - filio teacup
    The filio teacups appear in the popular design of the filio Teapot made by the German company mono. With their classic ​​plain looks the cups complement the filio series, but also convince on their own. They were designed by Tassilo von Grolman. Functionality and design combine perfectly with filio. The curves of the cup complement the also round handle. The teacups have therefore an elegant overall appearance. The teacups come in a set of 2. Optionally, they are also available with matching stainless steel coasters, with them the elegant design is even more accentuated. The teacups are made of durable borosilicate glass and therefore withstand high temperatures. The bracket and the coasters are made out of chrome-nickel stainless steel 18/10.
  • Mono-a - Stainless Steel 20-Piece Set (Long Knife)
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    Mono-a - Stainless Steel 20-Piece Set (Long Knife)
    With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective – 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design – at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. Set Includes: 4x Table Spoon. 4x Table Fork. 4x Short Blade Table Knife. 4x Teaspoon. 4x Dessert/Salad Fork.
  • mono-a cutlery
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    mono-a cutlery
    Mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1959 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function. Mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era. While back then mono-a was still avant-garde it’s now a classic of table culture. It combines classy design with the highest manufacturing quality. Numerous awards and expositions inland and abroad made mono-a famous. It is today considered the most-sold German Post-War design cutlery.
  • Mono Gemiini Cappuccino Mug
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    Mono Gemiini Cappuccino Mug
    Mikaela Dörfel created this unusual tea service in 1993 combining porcelain and stainless steel. Clearly defined lines, a high degree of functionality and some noteworthy details: the teapot handle, which holds the lid in place when pouring, the precisely fitting strainer insert, and the cantilevered teapot warmer with the elevated candle. The teacups are stackable, with the metal ring serving as stacking guide. Dishwasher safe.
  • mono - mono-a Serving Cutlery
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    mono - mono-a Serving Cutlery
    The mono-a serving cutlery is part of the famous mono-a cutlery series that has been designed by Prof. Peter Raacke in the year 1959. It makes serving at the dining table easier. It helps to distribute cake at the coffee table, jam at the breakfast table or disperse pasta at the lunch: With the attractive mono-a serving cutlery you will serve meals on a stylish way and adapted to the event. The mono-a serving cutlery includes a serving spoon that is ideally adapted to serve supplements and vegetables. Fine and easily breaking meals can uncomplicatedly be served with the mono-a serving cutlery. The mono-a soup spoon is perfectly adapted to the serving of soups and cold-bowls.
  • Mono Filio Teapot with Integrated Warmer - .6L
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    Mono Filio Teapot with Integrated Warmer - .6L
    The mandate for designer Tassilo von Grolman was to create a new aesthetic for the enjoyment and enhancement of tea drinking. The result was a teapot with its own unconventional harmony.. Function and contemporary design were truly synthesized in the classic teapot. The pot made of heat resistant borosilicate glass is cradled in a stainless steel frame. Tea leaves are placed in the stainless steel mesh sieve, and hot water is poured. The tea leaves unfold freely, as they release their full aroma; after the appropriate steeping time – 3 to 5 minutes – the sieve is removed and placed in a caddy (bowl).
  • Mono Gemiini Large Teapot
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    Mono Gemiini Large Teapot
    Mikaela Dörfel created this unusual tea service in 1993 combining porcelain and stainless steel. Clearly defined lines, a high degree of functionality and some noteworthy details: the teapot handle, which holds the lid in place when pouring, the precisely fitting strainer insert, and the cantilevered teapot warmer with the elevated candle. The teacups are stackable, with the metal ring serving as stacking guide. Dishwasher safe.
  • Mono 14 - 8pc Set
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    Mono 14 - 8pc Set
    mono-14 is a simple but - typical of mono - surprising candlestick. The magnetic stainless steel base of 14 degrees keeps the candle firmly on the steel support plate. The key: The candle is oblique but the flame is lit vertically upwards, without dripping. Your guests will be amazed! mono-14 is available as 1, 4 or 8 candlestick. The free arranging the candles on the carrier sheet enables a range of variation, as in any other candle holder.
  • Mono Filio Teapot Silverplated - 1.5L
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    Mono Filio Teapot Silverplated - 1.5L
    The mandate for designer Tassilo von Grolman was to create a new aesthetic for the enjoyment and enhancement of tea drinking. The result was a teapot with its own unconventional harmony.. Function and contemporary design were truly synthesized in the classic teapot. The pot made of heat resistant borosilicate glass is cradled in a stainless steel frame. Tea leaves are placed in the stainless steel mesh sieve, and hot water is poured. The tea leaves unfold freely, as they release their full aroma; after the appropriate steeping time – 3 to 5 minutes – the sieve is removed and placed in a caddy (bowl).
  • mono - Pendant Decoration
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    mono - Pendant Decoration
    Let your creativity free course... Accessories of mono are timeless beautiful objects for every day, for every reason. The multifunctional hanging decoration are suited excelltend for the individual für die individuelle interior design. Fill the glass scarves to the decoration with colorful stones, colored water, sweets, floating candles, cactuses or small plants or use the glass containers to the storage of fruit, vegetable or herbs in the kitchen or, or, or... The possibilities of the individual formation are sheerly unlimited! The hanging decorations of mono are available in different variants: Next to this offered "trio" with 3 glass inserts (64 centimetres wide) as "duo" with 2 glass inserts (40 centimetres), as or as "quartet" with 4 glass inserts (99 centimeres).
  • Mono Gemiini Tea Cup w/ Saucer, 2 Pack
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    Mono Gemiini Tea Cup w/ Saucer, 2 Pack
    Mikaela Dörfel created this unusual tea service in 1993 combining porcelain and stainless steel. Clearly defined lines, a high degree of functionality and some noteworthy details: the teapot handle, which holds the lid in place when pouring, the precisely fitting strainer insert, and the cantilevered teapot warmer with the elevated candle. The teacups are stackable, with the metal ring serving as stacking guide. Dishwasher safe.
  • Mono Filio Teapot - .6L
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    Mono Filio Teapot - .6L
    The mandate for designer Tassilo von Grolman was to create a new aesthetic for the enjoyment and enhancement of tea drinking. The result was a teapot with its own unconventional harmony. Function and contemporary design were truly synthesized in the classic teapot. The pot made of heat resistant borosilicate glass is cradled in a stainless steel frame. Tea leaves are placed in the stainless steel mesh sieve, and hot water is poured. The tea leaves unfold freely, as they release their full aroma; after the appropriate steeping time – 3 to 5 minutes – the sieve is removed and placed in a caddy (bowl).
  • Mono Gemiini Small Teapot
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    Mono Gemiini Small Teapot
    Mikaela Dörfel created this unusual tea service in 1993 combining porcelain and stainless steel. Clearly defined lines, a high degree of functionality and some noteworthy details: the teapot handle, which holds the lid in place when pouring, the precisely fitting strainer insert, and the cantilevered teapot warmer with the elevated candle. The teacups are stackable, with the metal ring serving as stacking guide. Dishwasher safe.
  • Mono 14 - 4pc
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    Mono 14 - 4pc
    mono-14 is a simple but - typical of mono - surprising candlestick. The magnetic stainless steel base of 14 degrees keeps the candle firmly on the steel support plate. The key: The candle is oblique but the flame is lit vertically upwards, without dripping. Your guests will be amazed! mono-14 is available as 1s, 4 or 8 candlestick. The free arranging the candles on the carrier sheet enables a range of variation, as in any other candle holder.
  • mono - Oval Cutlery
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    mono - Oval Cutlery
    Mono-oval was designed by Prof. Peter Raacke and for humand created, who appreciate the special and know how to connect the culinary with the aesthetic enjoyment. Manual perfection and creative clarity coin this noble cutlery. Based on the oval form and the noticeable weight of the characteristic handles, all cutlery parts fit very comfortably in the hand. The cultivated appearance in shining stainless steel 18/10 causes luxurious, but without every breath of pomp.
  • Mono Filio Teapot Silverplated - .6L
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    Mono Filio Teapot Silverplated - .6L
    The mandate for designer Tassilo von Grolman was to create a new aesthetic for the enjoyment and enhancement of tea drinking. The result was a teapot with its own unconventional harmony.. Function and contemporary design were truly synthesized in the classic teapot. The pot made of heat resistant borosilicate glass is cradled in a stainless steel frame. Tea leaves are placed in the stainless steel mesh sieve, and hot water is poured. The tea leaves unfold freely, as they release their full aroma; after the appropriate steeping time – 3 to 5 minutes – the sieve is removed and placed in a caddy (bowl).
  • Mono Teapot with Integrated Warmer - 1.5L
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    Mono Teapot with Integrated Warmer - 1.5L
    The mandate for designer Tassilo von Grolman was to create a new aesthetic for the enjoyment and enhancement of tea drinking. The result was a teapot with its own unconventional harmony.. Function and contemporary design were truly synthesized in the classic teapot. The pot made of heat resistant borosilicate glass is cradled in a stainless steel frame. Tea leaves are placed in the stainless steel mesh sieve, and hot water is poured. The tea leaves unfold freely, as they release their full aroma; after the appropriate steeping time – 3 to 5 minutes – the sieve is removed and placed in a caddy (bowl).
  • Mono 14 - 1pc Set
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    Mono 14 - 1pc Set
    mono-14 is a simple but - typical of mono - surprising candlestick. The magnetic stainless steel base of 14 degrees keeps the candle firmly on the steel support plate. The key: The candle is oblique but the flame is lit vertically upwards, without dripping. Your guests will be amazed! mono-14 is available as 1s, 4 or 8 candlestick. The free arranging the candles on the carrier sheet enables a range of variation, as in any other candle holder.
  • mono - mono-a Salad Cutlery
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    mono - mono-a Salad Cutlery
    Designed in 1959 by Prof. Peter Raacke, the mono-a cutlery revolutionised the tables all over the world. By avoiding any design elements, which used to belong to the exuberant embellishment in earlier days, Prof. Peter Raacke lay the foundation for modern industrial design of everyday objects. At the beginning, mono-a was punched out of a single piece of stainless steel, a so-called monoblock; therefore this demonstrative name. Today the knife consists of two kinds of steel: The handle is made of rustproof stainless steel, the blade of high-quality hardened steel. In 1959 this cutlery was classified as avant-garde, but nowadays it is a real classic because mono-a combines noble design with the highest processing quality. Numerous awards and exhibitions at home and abroad popularised the mono-a cutlery. Today it is considered as the most sold German design cutlery of the post-war era.
  • Mono Filio Teapot Silverplated - 1.5L
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    Mono Filio Teapot Silverplated - 1.5L
    The mandate for designer Tassilo von Grolman was to create a new aesthetic for the enjoyment and enhancement of tea drinking. The result was a teapot with its own unconventional harmony.. Function and contemporary design were truly synthesized in the classic teapot. The pot made of heat resistant borosilicate glass is cradled in a stainless steel frame. Tea leaves are placed in the stainless steel mesh sieve, and hot water is poured. The tea leaves unfold freely, as they release their full aroma; after the appropriate steeping time – 3 to 5 minutes – the sieve is removed and placed in a caddy (bowl).
  • mono - eccentric, salt-pepper coaster
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    mono - eccentric, salt-pepper coaster
    The eccentric salt and pepper coasters are less excentric than the name may say. More they are a high quality and reliable mill in a strictly powder coated clothing. The designer Katja Höltermann is responsible for eccentric. Höltermann, a trained goldsmith has given a long-established design to eccentric. Form and material are simple and elegant. Exzentrik is pleasant to be held and the milling procedure is as easy as it can be with this coaster. The stainless steel housing is easily cleanable and the ceramic millwork can be adjusted individually. The mill is suitable for salt and pepper as well as for other spices. The mill can be individually marked with the included stickers, so that you recognize what is in them instantly. From the eccentric series from mono, also a combined peppermill with salt coaster can be ordered.
  • Mono Teapot with Tray - 1.5L
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    Mono Teapot with Tray - 1.5L
    The mandate for designer Tassilo von Grolman was to create a new aesthetic for the enjoyment and enhancement of tea drinking. The result was a teapot with its own unconventional harmony.. Function and contemporary design were truly synthesized in the classic teapot. The pot made of heat resistant borosilicate glass is cradled in a stainless steel frame. Tea leaves are placed in the stainless steel mesh sieve, and hot water is poured. The tea leaves unfold freely, as they release their full aroma; after the appropriate steeping time – 3 to 5 minutes – the sieve is removed and placed in a caddy (bowl).
  • mono - mono-a butter / cheese cutlery
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    mono - mono-a butter / cheese cutlery
    Mono-a is the quintessential design of the mono flatware family. Designed in 1959 by Professor Peter Raacke, it continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function. Mono-a is considered a classic, and has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Today, mono-a is known as the most sold German flatware of the post-war era.
  • mono - mono-a Longdrink Spoon
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    mono - mono-a Longdrink Spoon
    Designed in 1959 by Prof. Peter Raacke, the mono-a cutlery revolutionised the tables all over the world. By avoiding any design elements, which used to belong to the exuberant embellishment in earlier days, Prof. Peter Raacke lay the foundation for modern industrial design of everyday objects. At the beginning, mono-a was punched out of a single piece of stainless steel, a so-called monoblock; therefore this demonstrative name. Today the knife consists of two kinds of steel: The handle is made of rustproof stainless steel, the blade of high-quality hardened steel. In 1959 this cutlery was classified as avant-garde, but nowadays it is a real classic because mono-a combines noble design with the highest processing quality. Numerous awards and exhibitions at home and abroad popularised the mono-a cutlery. Today it is considered as the most sold German design cutlery of the post-war era. This cutlery offers you everything you need for the perfect cocktail party with your friends – cocktail forks or skewers, long drink spoons and tongs for ice cubes. The mono a cocktail fork and mono-a ice tongs are also available on demand, in order to complete the cocktail cutlery.
  • Mono-t - Stainless Steel/Teak 5-Piece Set
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    Mono-t - Stainless Steel/Teak 5-Piece Set
    With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective – 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design – at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. Set Includes: Table Spoon. Table Fork. Short Blade Table Knife. Teaspoon. Dessert/Salad Fork.
  • mono - Concave
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    mono - Concave
    The Mono Concave Fire Bowl was designed in 2004 by Franz Maurer for german manufacturer Mono. One single flame seems to be hovering above the languid brushed steel-basin in which it burns. The reflections of this magical flame bathe the room in a soft and vibrant shimmer. The flame is fed by lamp oil inside the bowl. The Concave Fire Bowl has a diameter of 26,5 cm. It is the winner of the Design Plus Award 2005 and has been nominated for both Red Dot Design Award and The Design Preis 2006.
  • Mono Gemiini Coffeepot
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    Mono Gemiini Coffeepot
    Mikaela Dörfel created this unusual tea and coffee service in 1993 combining porcelain and stainless steel. Clearly defined lines, a high degree of functionality and some noteworthy details: the coffeepot handle, which holds the lid in place when pouring. The complimentary cups are stackable, with the metal ring serving as stacking guide. Dishwasher safe.
  • Mono Gemiino Soup Bowl w/ Saucer
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    Mono Gemiino Soup Bowl w/ Saucer
    Mikaela Dörfel created this unusual tea service in 1993 combining porcelain and stainless steel. Clearly defined lines, a high degree of functionality and some noteworthy details: the teapot handle, which holds the lid in place when pouring, the precisely fitting strainer insert, and the cantilevered teapot warmer with the elevated candle. The teacups are stackable, with the metal ring serving as stacking guide. Dishwasher safe.
  • Mono Gemiino Gravy Boat w/ Handle
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    Mono Gemiino Gravy Boat w/ Handle
    Mikaela Dörfel created this unusual tea service in 1993 combining porcelain and stainless steel. Clearly defined lines, a high degree of functionality and some noteworthy details: the teapot handle, which holds the lid in place when pouring, the precisely fitting strainer insert, and the cantilevered teapot warmer with the elevated candle. The teacups are stackable, with the metal ring serving as stacking guide. Dishwasher safe.
  • Mono Oval - Stainless Steel 5-Piece Set
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    Mono Oval - Stainless Steel 5-Piece Set
    With the design of the legendary mono-a flatware, the designer, born in Hanau in1928, made design history. He further developed many designs that have become part of German daily life. In his teaching capacity at design institutions in Darmstadt, Kassel and Ulm, as well as Professor of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Hamburg, he influenced many a young designer. In 2003 he was honored with a retrospective – 50 Years of Peter Raacke Design – at the German Technology Museum in Berlin. Set Includes: Table Spoon. Table Fork. Short Blade Table Knife. Teaspoon. Dessert/Salad Fork.
  • Mono Concave 26 Oil Lamp
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    Mono Concave 26 Oil Lamp
    The multi award winning Mono Concave Oil Lamp creates a stylishly arranged light and with it the desired atmosphere - for you alone, with a loved one or a group of friends. The lamp's oil is cleverly concealed between two layers of meticulously crafted brushed stainless steel. The result is simply stunning - the reflection from the magically hovering flame immerses the entire room in a soft glow. The beautifully simplistic fire bowl is one of the most exclusive gifts you can find for a very special event!
  • mono - Giro Apple Slicer
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    mono - Giro Apple Slicer
    Small gifts make up friendships. However, you should select them carefully. Mono offers a repertoire of small accessories that delight and mean a special personal value - with the product line "mono present". If you let giro by the designers Jessica Battram and Christina Schäfer out of the year 2004 on the truncated apple, the apple becomes neither brown nor dry. A round thing out of the mono present-selection, the apple peeler mono-giro that cuts apples in a spiral-form surrounding the core.
  • mono - Citro Orange Peeler
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    mono - Citro Orange Peeler
    Small gifts keep friendships alive. But they should be selected carefully. Mono offers a repertoire of small, fine appreciation gifts that delight and express a special personal value with the products range “mono present”. Go on to the vitamins! An elegant piece of jewelry out of the mono present – line is the citro orange peeler. Simply spare the orange shell by means of the point of the peeler. Then raise the shell with the cutting side and take it off. The design was coined by Markus Brodermerkel.
  • mono - Ellipse Teapot
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    mono - Ellipse Teapot
    Tea stimulates body and soul. The noble drink found an exceptional teapot with Ellipse, fulfilling the highest demands regarding its appearance as well as its function. Ellipse by mono embodies elegance, dynamism and innovation. The Ellipse design by Tassilo von Grolman is unique in the world. The teapot is a heat resistant borosilicate glass with asymmetric form: Round on the top, elliptic at the bottom. The silicone printed base protects and insulates. The teapot has a capacity of 1.3 liters. Inside of it there is a fine-meshed stainless steel filter to brew up tea. The pot is closed with a stainless steel lid. Tea can be kept hot for a long time with the separately available teapot warmer.
  • mono - mono-a Carving Cutlery
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    mono - mono-a Carving Cutlery
    Designed in 1959 by Prof. Peter Raacke, the mono-a cutlery revolutionised the tables all over the world. By avoiding any design elements, which used to belong to the exuberant embellishment in earlier days, Prof. Peter Raacke lay the foundation for modern industrial design of everyday objects. At the beginning, mono-a was punched out of a single piece of stainless steel, a so-called monoblock; therefore this demonstrative name. Today the knife consists of two kinds of steel: The handle is made of rustproof stainless steel, the blade of high-quality hardened steel. In 1959 this cutlery was classified as avant-garde, but nowadays it is a real classic because mono-a combines noble design with the highest processing quality. Numerous awards and exhibitions at home and abroad popularised the mono-a cutlery. Today it is considered as the most sold German design cutlery of the post-war era. In this category you can find the mono-a carving cutlery that helps you to prepare the roast.
  • mono - filio teacups
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    mono - filio teacups
    The filio teacups appear in the well known design of the filio teapot from the German ompany mono. With its slight image it fulfils the filio-series, but also convince when they stand alone. The design from the glasses was coined by Tassilo von Grolman. Functionality and design are perfectly unified by filio. The round teaglass is fulfilled by an also round handle. The glasses therefore possess an elegant look at a whole that is completed with the small saucers. The teaglasses consist of robust borosilicate glass and therefore they are also high temperature-resistant. Their holdings consist of chrome-nickel-stainless steel 18/10. Mono filio-series glasses are also available.
  • mono - aero decanting-spout
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    mono - aero decanting-spout
    Initially presented on the Ambiente 2007 from the specialized trade world, as prototype, the wine spout decanter- aero from Ulber Design for mono has achieved a fulminate start. In its mono-typical, technoiden shaping the new wine spout convinces through interior qualities over all. The mono aero surpasses the effectiveness of common existing spouts for wine airing. The Venturi principle that was already used in existing products is fulfilled with a second, effective wine-airing procedure at the mono-spout. Contemporaneous researches of an independent laboratory achieved the following results: After the effusing procedure with the new mono decanting spout, red wine shows an air content of 3.06 O2mg/l, which makes up an oxygen saturation of 38 percent. The effusing of the wine with the new mono aero is extremely exciting for the wine, as well as for the wine drinker. Because the continuation of the measuring range has shown that after a few more minutes, the wine reaches an oxygen saturation of 6.0 O2mg/l. This is equal to the value of wine after one hour of decanting. And after another 20 minutes inside of the glass, the oxygen saturation with a value of 7.9 O2mg/l has exceeded it clearly. But who wants to wait this long for the glass?
  • mono - filio teapot warmer
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    mono - filio teapot warmer
    The filio warmer is a practical supplement for the well known filio teapot from mono. The design was coined by Tassilo con Grolman. The warmer consists of a plate, a middle part and a side desk where the teapot can be safely placed after its usage. Like the frame of the filio teapot, the warmer from mono also consists of chrome nickel stainless steel 18/10. Optically, the transparent forms without unnecessary frills fulfil the classy and simple design of the filio teapot. The warmer offers space for a tea light inside of it, keeping the teapot warm. The suitable filio teapot as well as cups and mugs out of the mono filio series are also available. Numerous spare parts are also in the shop.
  • mono - Ellipse Warmer
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    mono - Ellipse Warmer
    Tea stimulates body and soul. The noble drink found an exceptional teapot with Ellipse, fulfilling the highest demands regarding its appearance as well as its function. The teapot has a capacity of 1.3 liters. Inside of it there is a fine-meshed stainless steel filter to brew up tea. The pot is closed with a stainless steel lid. Tea can be kept hot for a long time with the separately available warmer. Ellipse by mono embodies elegance, dynamism and innovation. The Ellipse design by Tassilo von Grolman is unique in the world. The teapot is a heat resistant borosilicate glass with asymmetric form: Round on the top, elliptic at the bottom. The silicone printed base protects and insulates. Also the warmer consists of heat resistant borosilicate glass and stainless steel, being the perfect fulfill to the Ellipse Teapot.
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