8 OMBONAD images
Skip images

OMBONAD Serving plate, glass gray,

Price $ 29.99
OMBONAD Serving plate, dark gray, 11 "
OMBONAD Serving plate, glass gray, 11 "

How to get it

DeliveryChecking availability...
In store
Checking availability...

Stylish minimalism meets rustic materials. The OMBONAD series has a timeless yet bold and modern design. Together, the parts create a matched whole – as solitaires they will be an eye-catcher in any home.

Article Number305.046.69

Product details

This series has everything you need for your dining table – from plates, bowls and glasses to serving plates, napkins and a tablecloth.

The products are made of ceramic, glass and wood – combine the different materials as you like and set the table for all occasions.

A nice gift to bring to a dinner party or birthday celebration.

Leave the serving plate on a table or worktop, for example with fruit or just on display as a nice decoration.


Francis Cayouette

  • Material

    Handwash only.

    Only for food and beverages with a max. temperature of 120°F.


Diameter: 11 "

Height: 4 "

  • OMBONADArticle Number305.046.69

    Width: 11 ¾ "

    Height: 4 "

    Length: 12 "

    Weight: 4 lb 3 oz

    Package(s): 1

Beautiful and multifunctionalCandiceThis footed glass tray makes a beautiful serving dish, as well as a classic riser for additional decor. It is quite sturdy, but still looks elegant. Great for party, everyday decor, or professional displays.5
Beautiful and uniqueLizLove this and I use it to serve large salads.5

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

“The OMBONAD series has everything for the dining table. My idea was to make simple, functional everyday items with a clear Scandinavian character and add warmth and texture. The ceramics are inspired by traditional craft where the material carries much of the expression, while the glass products have a more contemporary touch. The wooden serving tray complements with a natural, tactile feel. The idea is to take the best from each material – and match for all occasions.”

Francis Cayouette