"Cuspis" – Borosilicate glass in its most beautiful shape!
The primary design element of the series "Cuspis" is a glass ball studded with fine spikes.
The filigree cloches with a fitting base made of porcelain are available in three sizes and the inspiration for their shaping was derived from the nut of the oak tree. The ball-shaped handle is located at the top of the cloches and allows for an uncomplicated handling of these classy covers.
The unglazed outside of the porcelain bowls and plates with its distinctive texture is reminiscent of acorn caps. The bowls can be used on both sides. When used as a plateau plate, the dishes move closer to the guest while the filigree glass cloche protects the presented delicacies and puts them in the limelight at the same time. Used as a bowl, it offers space for gravies, sauces and more.
If the item is used upside down as a plate, the two rings on the plate's underside can be used to separate the prepared dish into different sections and the cloches of the "Cuspis" series may also be used with it.
Amuse-bouches and any kind of finger food can be served on the series‘ shapely amuse gueule spoons. In this case the glass ball serves as a secure handle. The capacity of the spoons is sufficient for a usage with sauces or dips on the plate, but also at the breakfast buffet for jam and the like.
A honey spoon of a different kind reliably holds the honey and, while being twirled, will deliver it drip-free onto the fresh bread or into the tea. The tapering handle made of white borosilicate glass additionally offers the use as a skewer - for an extravagant presentation of dishes. The gift set includes a tray made of black glass which keeps the surface of tables clean and emphasizes the spoon by creating an appealing contrast.