Stoneware by Höganäs Keramik
For over 100 years, Höganäs Keramik has helped enhance the classic Swedish coffee culture with beautifully glazed stoneware cups. In addition to their beautiful range of coffee cups, the Höganäs Keramik collection also includes tableware items such as plates, bowls and teapots, to name a few. In their assortment you find everything you need to set your table for a wonderful cup of coffee.
Which are the most popular products by Höganäs Keramik?
Höganäs Keramik’s assortment consists of beautiful ceramic products, such as jugs, bowls and coffee cups of different types, all glazed with wonderful colours that will truly make your table setting pop. Here you will of course also find their popular wooden saucers that pairs perfectly with their elegant coffee cups.
Top 3 products by Höganäs Keramik
- Höganäs espresso cup
- Höganäs coffee cup
- Höganäs small plate
The design of Höganäs Keramik’s ceramics
Höganäs Keramik stoneware is easily recognized with its signature glaze in the classic Höganäs colours. Today’s productions still have clear references to the original Höganäs Keramik cups, though the design has been modernised slightly in collaboration with the design studio, Font.
How to properly care for products by Höganäs Keramik
- Höganäs Keramik’s products are safe to wash in the dishwasher. However, if you want to keep your ceramics in great condition you should use rinse aid. This will reduce friction on your porcelain, which can prevent scratches and marks.
- Always rinse your ceramics immediately after use, as leaving food on them for extended periods of time can result in discolorations.
- Höganäs ceramic products can withstand oven temperatures of up to 250 degrees. However, a too rapid temperature change should be avoided as this can cause the porcelain to crack or crack.
The history of Höganäs Keramik
The brand Höganäs Keramik was founded in 1909 in the southern landscapes of Sweden. Höganäs Keramik started to manufacture products made of stoneware, a durable material that insulates heat well. Production started on a small scale but was quickly expanded to encompass other products beside cups, including plates, teapots and jugs.