The porcelain signs were designed for Bing & Grøndahl in the early seventies when Erik Magnussen was still one of the company’s in house artists. He was engaged in finding new, obvious uses for the material, as the company was experiencing a decline in the demand for full dinner sets. The plates are slightly concave in order to minimize disturbing reflections. The mounting was designed to avoid damaging the plate when tightening the screws.
Photo: Piotr Fotografi