The Bliss milk jug is a creation by the brand Normann Copenhagen, characterised by a very simple aesthetics, and yet capable of proving to be intriguing and special. The brand Normann Copenhagen entrusted the design of this object to a well-known Italian designer, that is Odo Fioravanti, who chose to remain faithful to tradition but without disdaining a touch of personality. The classic form of this milk jug, which has a sharp beak, has been revisited in a soft key, with delicate and rounded lines, without affecting its practicality. With a comfortable ergonomic handle, this milk jug has an essential and clean design, without frills and decorations, which exalts the intense and bright shades of colour that distinguish it. The Bliss milk jug is definitely an object to be used every day to pour milk into cups during breakfast, and in addition to its pure functionality, it must be highlighted its really eye-catching look, absolutely worthy of being shown off. This graceful milk jug can be placed inside a cabinet, on a shelf, on a mobile... wherever you want in the kitchen. Bliss is wonderful both alone and together with all the other items belonging to the same collection, creating a true set: the brand Normann Copenhagen offers in this line cups, teapots, sugar bowls and it could be a wonderful idea to combine them with each other. The Bliss milk jug by Normann Copenhagen is entirely made of porcelain, one of the most prestigious materials ever with regards to this kind of items. The Bliss milk jug can also be a wonderful idea for those who want to make a gift: such a gift is simple but at the same time very original and will be surely appreciated by those who will receive it. Information: dishwasher safe._x000D_
Normann Copenhagen is a lifestyle, a mindset, an inspiration place. It challenges traditional project rules. Traditional materials are used in unconventional ways - for instance in an Icelandic stone hook, in a silicon vase or a in a plastic dog.
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