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Special-edition: this Danish icon of design by Stelton is available for a limited time in a finger print-resistant copper or brass finish. Erik Magnussen introduced this elegant carafe to immediate acclaim in 1977 and, for a generation of minimalists who prize its elegantly clean-lines, the EM77 became the only choice for serving hot beverages. The standout feature of this cylindrical jug is the signature rocker top: when tipped to pour, the stopper opens; when upright, it closes—limiting amount of air entering jug and preventing contents from prematurely cooling. It can also keep cold beverages cold.
A benchmark of Danish mid-century design, Stelton today is committed to honoring its enviable legacy while pushing forward with new artistry. Original founders Niels Stellan Høm and Carton Madelaire were friends who tagged their brand with their merged first names. Though they dabbled in sports shoes and furniture, the partners’ true calling came when they began producing stainless steel tableware in the 1960s that came to be recognized the world over, especially in the U.S.
The Cylinda-Line—designed by the legendary Arne Jacobsen—was instantly iconic, with its uncluttered cylindrical shapes and brushed steel surfaces. That milestone was followed by the now-classic Stelton vacuum jug which ushered in 30 years of collaboration between business head Peter Holmblad and creative guru Erik Magnussen. Now under owner Michael Ring, Stelton continues to innovate with products like the Pure Black range of cutlery.