Broste Eli Small Bowl – Light Camel
Broste Copenhagen’s Eli small bowl is crafted with the refinement of modern Japanese tableware. Smooth edges and a rounded silhouette marry with a natural finish for a minimalistic presence. Tapered towards the base, the bowl has an understated yet elegant aesthetic. Made from orange stoneware and complete with a reactive glaze for a matte, one-of-a-kind finishing touch. Subtly textured, the bowl has an organic, handcrafted feel.
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Why We Love Broste Copenhagen
Broste Copenhagen is a brand like no other, with roots deeply embedded in the desirable Nordic Culture their products are unique, beautiful and inspirational. The brand believe that the strongest of memories is awakened by sensory experiences- a smell, sound, colour or taste – that will instantly takes you back in time, make you long for moments that have passed and of how to make the most of the present moment. We believe that Broste Copenhagen is a homage to those happy memories that shape us and never cease to make us love and laugh, even long after they have passed. The brand showcases a timeless collection of furniture, tableware and living accessories they believe will become part of our life stories and will act as a backdrop to the recollections we will hold dearest later in life.
We have always had a love of all things Nordic, from the hygge culture to the beautiful landscapes. We found Broste Copenhagen in 2018 when searching for unique pieces of dinnerware for our own home, upon stumbling across the Nordic Sand collection we knew this was a brand that would blend into our Silver Mushroom collection perfectly. Today Broste Copenhagen is one of our best selling ranges, with a handful of unique ranges, varying from garden furniture to handmade dinnerware. The brands approach to design fits seamlessly with our own ethos, they use materials that will stand the test of time, shapes, textures and patterns that will stay relevant across seasons. Ultimately, Broste wish to offer items you will cherish for years to come, eliminating the ‘fast-fashion’ approach to homewares.