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Designed by Sean O'Hara Salad bowl made of resinous acacia wood. Server handles are made of Nambe's signature metal alloy. Hand wash. Set includes one large serving bowl and two servers; other items shown not included. Large serving bowl, 13.25"Dia. x 9"T. Imported.
Elegance with an edge. Nambe brings something unique and new to modern tables with Emily flatware, featuring a triangular handle design in luxe stainless steel. A standing knife adds even more dimension to a place setting that's already a standout. 18/10 stainless steel Dishwasher safe Includes salad fork, dinner fork, dinner knife, soup spoon and teaspoon
Acacia wood and polished granite. Includes 9"L knife of 18/10 stainless steel. Hand wash tray; knife is dishwasher safe. 14"Dia. Imported. About Nambe Christened for a tiny New Mexico village near Santa Fe, Nambe (nom-BAY) is known for simple, elegant designs that reflect its devotion to form as well as function.
Designed by Lisa Smith. Bowl fashioned from individual pieces of acacia wood, meticulously fit together and polished to a rich, warm luster to bring out the natural beauty of the grain. Servers have copper-plated metal alloy handles. Hand wash. Bowl, 15"Dia. x 7.5"T; servers, 13"L x 2"W. Imported.
A polished stainless-steel kettle topped with an acacia wood handle effortlessly complements both modern and traditional décor, making for a stunning addition to any kitchen. Designed by Steve Cozzolino. Five-ply disc bottom for even heating. Hand wash. By Nambé; imported. Stainless steel/acacia wood.
Nambe 'Jazz' Kettle $125
Sleek and stylish, this Nambe teapot with infuser blends Midcentury Modern shapes and contemporary craftsmanship. This teapot holds 64 ounces and comes with a built-in pierced stainless steel infuser. Imported Stainless steel Hand wash Dimensions: 8.5" x 6.5" x 7.5" Holds up to 64 oz.
An etched rim provides a modern flourish for a clean-lined bowl crafted from temperature-retaining Nambé alloy to conveniently serve chilled or warmed sauces, toppings, salads or punch. Small holds 1.5 qts.; Medium holds 3 qts.; Large holds 5 qts. Designed by Sean O'Hara. Metal alloy. By Nambé; imported.
Nambe 'Braid' Serving Bowl $100–225
Inspired by the canyons of the Southwest, a copper-coated bowl is designed with beautiful scalloped tiers. Varying patinas make each piece unique. Approx. height: large 5 3/4"; medium 4"; small 3". Approx. diameter: large 13 1/2"; medium 10"; small 7". Copper-coated alloy with protective coating; hand wash. By Nambé; imported.
Nambe 'Copper Canyon' Bowl $35–250
With graceful curves and elongated sides, this bowl resembles the butterfly for which it is named. Unlike its namesake, however, it is solid, weighty, and infinitely practical. Designed by Richard K. Thomas in the 1950s. Handcrafted of Nambe alloy. Hand wash. 1-quart bowl, 7.5"W x 9"D x 4"T. 2-quart bowl, 10.5"W x 9.25"D x 5.5"T. Imported.
Designed by Neil Cohen. Handcrafted of Nambe alloy and acacia wood. Hand wash. 16"W x 13"D x 5"T. Imported. The designer behind some of Nambe's most popular pieces, Neil Cohen holds two degrees from the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design. His work combines a sense of humor and discovery with a refined perspective on shape and material. Cohen has been featured in The New York Times, New York Magazine, and the "30 Under 30" exhibition of leading young designers, and he has received the Objects of Design Award from AIGA, the professional association for design.