Mono Filio sugar and cream service


Available, delivery time: 1-3 days

This set consists of a sugar bowl, a creamer and a stainless steel plate.
Designer: Tassilo von Grolman
Material: Stainless steel 18/10, Borosilicate glass
Publishing year: 1991
Product number: 44311
EAN: 4029999006615
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Mono Filio

The Mono Filio teapot is characterized by maximum reduction. Von Grolman's Mono Filio teapot is a further development of his Mono Classic teapot, which revolutionized tea preparation with its synthesis of form and function. Simply brilliant was the idea of making the strainer nearly as large as the teapot to give the tea leaves more room to develop their aroma. The Mono teapot was awarded as often as it was copied. It was the inventor of a functional principle, a pioneer in modern functional design language and became a design icon. From Kassel to New York, it is part of collections of modern and applied art and in daily use in thousands of households worldwide.

The strainer is made of durable, tasteless, stainless steel mesh, and the pot is made of fire-resistant borosilicate glass. The specific geometry of the glass ensures that the last bit of liquid remains in the pot with the tea crumbs it contains. All parts are suitable for cleaning in the dishwasher.

The Mono Filio teapot is available in versions with separate and integrated teapot warmer and in two sizes each with 1.5 and 0.6 liters volume. Complementary items such as teapot warmer, cups and sugar/cream service complete the tea enjoyment. All individual parts of the Mono teapots can be reordered as spare parts.

100% Made in Germany

When selecting suppliers, we focus primarily on regionality in order to keep emissions from our supply chain as low as possible. For the Mono teapot, we work with experienced specialists who help us produce our timelessly beautiful classic in the best quality for many years of daily use. The heat-resistant borosilicate glass comes from Mainz, the durable, tasteless stainless steel strainer is woven in Münsterland, and the frame is bent from stainless steel in Bavaria.