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Ramen Spoon/Fork Set Masami Takahashi, 2007 Originally created for use at the popular Sugakiya ramen noodle restaurant chain in Japan, these combination spoon/forks easily twist noodles and ladle soup. Ecologically, they were intended to eliminate the waste created by disposable chopsticks. Dishwasher-safe. Made of stainless steel. Set of two. MoMA EXCLUSIVE
  • 65 months ago MoMA Store »

    Hanging Demitasse Spoons Joan Ferres, 2004 Cleverly designed, these stainless-steel spoons are bent to hang on cups and dishes. They are useful for spooning sugar or stirring espresso. Set of four. Dishwasher-safe. MoMA EXCLUSIVE

  • 96 months ago MoMA Store »

    Double-Walled Bottle Romain Gauthrot, 2007 The space between the double walls of this bottle serves as insulation, maintaining the temperature of the warm or cool liquid contents, and creates an elegant silhouette. Made of heat-resistant borosilicate glass with a cap. Microwave safe. Hand-wash only. Size: 10.25h x 3.25"diam., 16oz.

  • 96 months ago MoMA Store »

    Stainless-Steel Soap Blomus Design, 2001 A novel and proven way to eliminate persistent food smells from your fingers. "Wash" your hands with this stainless-steel soap for 30 seconds and the aroma of onion and garlic will be gone. A black plastic soap dish is included. Represented in the MoMA COLLECTION Size: 1h x 2.25w x 4"l

  • 100 months ago MoMA Store »

    Simple and sculptural, this bowl is made from a single piece of free-flowing chromed-steel wire. It is designed to hold fruit, but is a beautiful decorative object when unfilled. Hand-wash only.

  • 103 months ago MoMA Store »

    Tibidabo Serving Set Kristiina Lassus, 2007 This serving set, from Finnish designer Kristiina Lassus, was whimsically designed to resemble garden tools. The oversize prong end of the fork and paddle end of the spoon allow for easy scooping, while the short stems allow for easy leverage. Made of 18/10 stainless steel. Made by Alessi.

  • 107 months ago MoMA Store »

    Chalkboard Napkin Rings Joerg Gaetjens, 2004 Meticulously crafted in workshops for the physically challenged in Germany, this design doubles as reusable place cards and napkin rings. Simply write the names of your guests directly onto the napkin rings with the slate pencil and remove with the sponge eraser, both included. Made of lacquered untreated maple. Set of four. Made in Germany Size: 1.25h x 2"diam.

  • 107 months ago MoMA Store »

    Kitchen Tape Timer Jozeph Forakis, 2004 A fresh take on the classic kitchen timer, simply pull the ring to set the time for up to 60 minutes. As time passes, the tape ticks down. When no tape is left, the timer rings loudly. Made of aluminum casing. Size: 3" sq.

  • 108 months ago MoMA Store »

    Yanagi Flatware, Five Piece Set Sori Yanagi, 2002 From Sori Yanagi, whose Butterfly Stool is in MoMA's design collection. Warm and organic, yet minimal and sophisticated, this flatware set and matching serving pieces represent the essence of Japanese design. Made of 18/8 stainless steel, they are dishwasher safe. Five-piece place setting includes dinner fork, dinner knife, soup spoon, salad fork and teaspoon.

  • 110 months ago MoMA Store »

    Substantial and sculptural, these shallow bowls displays the beautiful grain of bamboo cross sections on the interior and edges, and have a contrasting white or black exterior. Made of laminated solid bamboo that has been aged up to five years, cut into thin strips, adhered using an industrial process, and coated with protective urethane. Recommended for dry foods. Hand-wash only.

  • 112 months ago MoMA Store »

    Black Lace Cake Stand - Yvonne Lam, Gloria Law, 2006. A contemporary interpretation of the traditional cake stand, this versatile glass piece has an intricate reverse lace pattern in black. Perfect for serving cakes and other confections, or as a display piece where the light filters through the pattern to create shadows on the surface below. Hand-wash only. Size: 4.25h x 11.75"diam

  • 120 months ago MoMA Store »

    fruit bowl becomes modern art statement! or, just a pretty mod bowl that just happens to hold your fruit. either way, it's quite beautiful! from the moma store.

  • 121 months ago MoMA Store »

    Masanobu Ido, 2005 Its form inspired by nature, this award-winning set of three shallow bowls is both beautiful and practical. Shaped like delicate flowers and crafted of white porcelain, they are stackable and microwave safe. Hand-wash only.

  • 124 months ago MoMA Store »

    Corona Bowl Set Johan Weernink, 2005 An essential for kitchen prep or serving, this set of five blue and green melamine bowls display alternating rims when nested. Easy to clean, melamine does not absorb odors. Each bowl has a rubber ring on the bottom for stability. Dishwasher safe; not for microwave.