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STRIMMIG Serving plate, earthenware grey,

Price SR 55
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The idea with STRIMMIG is to use the entire series when setting the table, or match parts with other porcelain. Modern, clean details combined with a crafted feel – giving you many possibilities.

Article number004.378.84

Product details

Create a colourful table setting with STRIMMIG tableware or match parts of the series with other porcelain. The flower patterns are inspired by Scandinavian flora and Japanese simplicity, making the look modern and clean with a crafted feel.

Designer

Jennifer Idrizi

  • Wash this product before using it for the first time.

    This serving plate holds 1.6 litres.

  • Material
    Earthenware
    Care

    Microwave-safe.

    Dishwasher-safe.

Measurements

Height: 5 cm

Diameter: 29 cm

Volume: 1.6 l

  • STRIMMIGArticle number004.378.84

    Height: 5 cm

    Weight: 0.83 kg

    Diameter: 29 cm

    Package(s): 1

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Material

What is ceramic?

Ceramic is a heat-resistant and durable material that has been used by humans to make practical objects for thousands of years. The base material is different types of clay that are oven-burned and become things like terracotta, stoneware, pottery and porcelain. At IKEA we mainly use ceramic for plant pots, porcelain, washbasins and kitchen sinks. Since it can be shaped and even glazed to the desired colour and shine, the possibilities of styles and looks are endless.

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

"My background as an artist and ceramist made working with STRIMMIG a dream job. I simultaneously worked with shapes, surface patterns and glaze in order to get everything just right. The flower patterns are inspired by Scandinavian flora and Japanese simplicity, making the look modern and clean – with a crafted feel. You can use the entire series together or choose your favourite part. For me, STRIMMIG is a tribute to the materials and art form of ceramics!"

Designer Jennifer Idrizi