Potato- fire Thomas

In this ceramic pot you can roast potatoes just as they come out of the camp-fire. "Potato-fire" by Thomas gives you the savoury original taste of potatoes roasted in their jackets. By this method, all essential vitamins and minerals are preserved. "Potato-fire" is also a decorative feature on any shelf. The patina is characteristic of rustic pottery, combines the effect of fire and earth gives evidence of the crafts man's skill. "Potato fire" by Thomas is ideal for roasting potatoes for informal occasions, where good, hearty food is enjoyed. Eaten with cottage cheese or sour-cream, garlic-butter or with steaks. Serve also young wine and you are sure to enjoy a culinary feast with your guests.

Roasting with Thomas "Potato fire"

"Thomas Potato-fire" is equally surtable for open flame and elettric cooking - large ring - on medium heat. Please note that the pot is not suitable for glass ceramic rings. Place the clean and dry potatoes in their jackets into the pot without any liquid. Roasting takes about 60 minutes. After about 25 minutes the potatoes should be turned once with a fork to allow even roasting. For this reason you do not want to put too many potatoes into the pot. When the potatoes are ready, the pot must not be placed immediately on to a cold surface. "Thomas potato-fire" must not come into contact with water. No cleaning is necessary not even before first time use. The more the pot is used- the better the potatoes taste if cracks occur at the base during the use - don't worry as this is due to the specific combination of materials used. Always use without liquid. These cracks do not affect the durability nor the servicability of the pot.

Royal Copenhagen 2017!

Royal Copenhagen Collectibles 2017 it's coming!

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Easter Eggs Royal Copenhagen 2017

The Spring collection is inspired by delicate Danish spring flowers. Each year it blossoms with new decorations.

In 2015, it was 10 years since the first Royal Copenhagen

Easter collection was designed. We celebrate with a large anniversary bonbonnière of tulips and birch branches. Click Here to show the new collection.

Jim Shore - NEW Dogs

"They don't care what car you drive. They don't care who you know. They don't care what you ware. They don't care where you live. They only care that you're there. "

Jim Shore done a new collections with dogs, the man's best friends.

If you want to show it, click HERE!

Royal Copenhagen 2017

Royal Copenhagen Collectibles 2017 it's coming soon! Here you can find a complete preview! If you want to book something you can send me an email HERE!



On the Sunday, January 29th there was the trade fair in Milan called Homi.

Here is a preview of some new articles you will find in our store in the next months.

Medici Collections

16th Century Florence was the centre of Renaissance art and academia. It was during this period that the Grand Duke Francesco I researched and developed a method of producing the first European porcelain attempting for the first time to achieve results similar to those found in China many centuries earlier.

Four centuries later only 50 pieces of the renowned Medici porcelain remain in the great museums of the world.

Following the centuries old Florentine tradition Mancioli have recreated pieces from the Medici collection using the same prduction methods, clays, enamels and firings of the original 16th century pieces (click here).

Ichendorf - Profumo by Cristina Celestino

Ichendorf introduce you a new collection: #Profumo by Cristina Celestino.

The 250 ml essences dispenser, made in blown candle borosilicate glass, plays on the composition of two simple volumes, modelled by the function they have to fulfil. The cylinder is enhanced by the use of ribbed glass, which adds depth.

A sectioned sphere, reminiscent of the corolla in which dive for a better experience of perfumes, is a deliberate homage to master perfumers ampoules.

Nessun testo alternativo automatico disponibile.

The new Radio Click Clock - strong, but certainly not silent.

The clean and uncomplicated design will still grab anyone’s attention and stands out from the rest of the radio crowd. The user friendly, on screen LED clock, FM frequency display or alarm time’s floating appearance, contrasts against the natural and realistic material designs, that gives it a modern and mysterious edge. Wake up to the delightful stereo sounding radio from its 49 lined-up speaker holes and snooze to your hearts content with a simple press of the aluminium finished tuning button on top.

Plus, the industrial looking but smooth aluminium finished button isn’t as simple as you might think. .It controls the power of this elegant design, automatic or manual tuning, volume control and it’s even your buzzer/FM radio alarm snooze button.

The Radio Click Clock also still includes all the fantastic features of our other Click Clock ranges- a clap of your hands or click of your fingers and the display magically lights up for a few seconds with the time, date and temperature and disappear while it’s quiet when the radio is not in use.