Dansk was established in 1954 by Ted and Martha Nierenberg to offer stoneware, tableware, silverware, cookware, and home decor. Featured at the Louvre in Paris, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., Dansk dinnerware is known for its casual de ... Read More sign and complementary pieces at affordable prices. Inspired by the simplicity of Scandinavian design, Dansk's dinnerware sets of bowls, plates, glasses, and trays come in glass, stainless steel, porcelain, and stone, along with classic carved-wood pieces and serving items such as coffee and tea accessories. Dansk's 16 dinnerware collections incorporate clean lines and simple designs with patterns such as Flamestone, Cafe Blanc, Topos Sun, and Arabesque. The Santiago dinnerware set is made of stone, so it is both sturdy and decorative thanks to its semigloss glaze. Dansk also offers 13 stainless-steel flatware patterns, which feature Scandinavian undertones and are dishwasher-safe and tarnish-resistant. A modern interpretation of classic everyday glassware, Dansk's Hanna drinkware and barware is dishwasher-safe. The company's collections of serveware incorporate porcelain, metal, wood, and glass. Wood paddle servers are a best seller, along with bowls and serving dishes in multiple colors, patterns, shapes, and sizes. Specialty serveware includes salad bowls, fondue pots, and pepper mills. Dansk also has a wide array of decorative pieces and gifts such as vases, coasters, candlesticks, and decanters. From cutlery to pottery to silverware, Dansk has products for preparing food in the kitchen and entertaining guests in the dining area.
P.O. Box 2006 Bristol, PA 19007