Fresh berries on a plate and a steaming cup of coffee in the sun. A refreshing swim, a late lunch and chatting into the wee hours – you can set the table for any occasion on a summer’s day.
Hand-painted French porcelain makes breakfast dreamy and sets the mood. We set the table in the sun with cups and saucers from French Gien’s Oiseaux de Paradis set. A blue and white tablecloth in Josef Frank’s La Plata pattern and napkins and flowers in bright colours also contribute to the breakfast table atmosphere.
Sheer glasses in the colours of the rainbow. Discover all variants in the Bris series.
Historic and timeless porcelain tableware from French Gien, created around 1865.
Setting the table for a festive long lunch doesn’t have to be difficult or advanced. Use a tablecloth you have at home, serve fruit on beautiful plates and decorate with an abundance of flowers. Svenskt Tenn’s summer table has been decorated with Josef Frank’s reddish pink Catleya pattern, Estrid Ericson’s classic fish-shaped schnapps flask, and glassware in a variety of shapes and colours.
The schnapps flask shaped like a fish adds something extra to the summer’s festive table setting. It was designed by Svenskt Tenn’s founder in the 1920s, inspired by Peruvian ceramics from the Ethnographic museum in Stockholm.
Catleya is an orchid that grows in the rainforests of South America. It is also the name of the reddish-pink pattern by Josef Frank, designed in the mid-1930s.
The Bistro cutlery series is timeless and classic in its design, created by the French family company Saber. The cutlery is available in several different colours.
Leave the glasses for later. Fill the platters with nibbles and prepare a simple table where you can sit with friends and family and chat into the wee hours.
Svenskt Tenn's schnapps glasses are manufactured at Reijmyre Glassworks, based on a model from the 18th century.
A plate with leaf motif, an Egyptian craft that becomes a decorative detail in your table setting.