Introducing rivsalt is an innovative gastronomic experience that appeals to foodies and design lovers. It means grated salt in Swedish. Jens Sandringer, rivsalt founder, discovered this method of salt grating at a Japanese restaurant in China while he was working for SONY as a project manager.
Each rivsalt package includes 40 to 60 grams of Pink Himalayan rock salt, a high quality stainless steel grater – especially designed to allow one to see the amount of salt being grated, and a beechwood base. The salt and grater becomes the centerpiece of any table setting.
rivsalt will be available from Kikkerland Design in March 2015.
See the full Press Release here from Kikkerland Design.
Dutch Has A Ring To It
Design By: StudioFriso
“A gift highlighting a valued relation or partnership is best symbolized with a ring. In this case: one with a Dutch ring to it.”
“The intention was to make something Dutch, practical but not necessarily comical. Kikkerland’s location, being New York, gave us the idea to do something with a bike. A healthy and free-spirited Dutch way of transportation that is often a good opening or “ice breaker” when talking to foreigners. In our opinion it had to be small and beautiful enough to let it stand on its own when not in use. The results: a bike-bell.”
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