Designed by Reliefgruppen with
A raised pattern of dots and stripes adds tactility and visuality to a classic design. Blond is made of new bone china, and consists of different cups, saucers, plates and bowls. The dinner set was designed by the Reliefgruppen under the leadership of Signe Persson-Melin, Sweden’s first professor of ceramics.
Made of New bone china. Microwave safe. Dishwasher safe.
Dinner Plate. Ø28 cm (11"). Stripe.
Salad plate. Ø22 cm (8.75"). Stripe.
Cup & Saucer. 30 cl (10 fl.oz). Stripe.
Espresso Cup & Saucer. 10 cl (3.3 fl.oz.). Stripe.
Cappuccino Cup & Saucer. 15 cl (5 fl.oz.). Stripe.
Mug 30 cl (10 fl.oz.). Stripe.
Mug 30 cl (10 fl.oz.). Dot.
Creamer. 60 cl (20 fl.oz.). Stripe.
Small Bowl. 30 cl (10 fl.oz.). Stripe.
Small Bowl. 30 cl (10 fl.oz.). Dot.
Soup/Cereal Bowl. 60 cl (20 fl.oz.). Stripe.
Soup/Cereal Bowl. 60 cl (20 fl.oz.). Dot.
Salad Bowl. Ø 30 cm (12"). Stripes inside.
Big Serving Plate. Ø 35 cm (14"). Stripes inside.
The Relief Group was formed about ten years ago by Professor Signe Persson-Melin during her time at Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. Today, most of the group’s members are well-known, established designers. The group consists of Signe Persson-Melin, Mia Eklund Göransson, Ann-Britt Haglund, Catharina Kippel, Jonas Lindholm and Anna Livén West.