Købenstyle Coffee Pot

  • Købenstyle Coffee Pot
  • Købenstyle Coffee Pot
  • Købenstyle Coffee Pot
  • Købenstyle Coffee Pot
  • Købenstyle Coffee Pot
  • Købenstyle Coffee Pot
  • Købenstyle Coffee Pot

Købenstyle Coffee Pot

Designer:
Producer:
Design year:
1955
Design type:
Decor
Dimensions:
Diameter:
12 cm |4.7 inches
Height:
24 cm |9.4 inches
Colors:*
Red
Materials:*
Steel (enameled)
* Variations are separated by comma [ , ] while Combinations are separated by slash [ / ]

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About the design

Købenstyle coffee pot by Jens H. Quistgaard for Dansk Designs in 1955.

Jens H. Quistgaard designed the enameled steel Købenstyle cookware in 1955. The name refers to the Danish name Københavnerstil (Copenhagen style), as they wanted to imply that this was Danish style from Copenhagen. The Købenstyle series consisted of a wide range of products, in four different colored enamel; turquoise, yellow, light green and red. The light green was only kept in production shortly, while the three other colors remained in production until 1985. In 1971 two additional color options were introduced: white or black.

The coffee pot features a tall slightly hour-glass shaped body, a charming spout, a cane wrapped curved handle and distinctive cross-handle lid. The outer is glossy bright red, while the inside is coated white. Underneath it is stamped with the first logo of Dansk Designs, which identifies it as a first edition.

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Kobenstyle coffee pot by Jens H Quistgaard for Dansk Designs, 1955
Jens Harald Quistgaard
Dansk Designs
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Meet the Designer

Hans Due

Hans Due

Hans Due trained as a graphic designer, and worked in the art direction and graphic design at a number of advertising and design companies, before setting up his own company, Due Design A/S, in 1974. In 2005, he dedicated himself to working as a visual …

Originally produced by

ABO Randers

ABO Randers

ABO Randers A/S was a small lighting company, situated in Aalestrup, near Randers, in Jutland. It was founded in the late 1960s, and mainly based on one product idea – the successful Ball magnet wall lamp, originally designed by Benny Frandsen. The gen …