Small Pot: Height: 8.5cm x Width: Ø3.5cm x Depth: 11cm (Capacity: 150ml)
Large Pot: Height: 12cm x Width: Ø5cm x Depth: 15.5cm (Capacity: 450ml)
Materials & Finishes
Made from Cork and glass. The glass used in Kinto glassware is high quality and optically very clear. It resists both chemical and mechanical wear well. All of Kinto’s utility glasses can be washed in the dishwasher. The glasses should be positioned in the top rack of the dishwasher so that they do not touch each other during the wash cycle. The surface area of glass expands when heated and therefore glasses should not be stacked while still warm from washing as they then may stick together and break.
Year of Design
Space Planning/Interior Design
Our experienced team of design consultants can help you in planning your dream space. From colour and upholstery advice on free standing pieces to installation and finish tips on fitted furniture. Furthermore to help you visualise your new space we’ll produce 3D models to demonstrate how our products can be best used in your living space.
Made for interior designers, architects and property developers; Olson and Baker For Business is the essential tool to help keep your clients happy.
Delivery & Installation
Our delivery and installation team carry a wealth of knowledge and know exactly how to handle high-end furniture. They realise the value and importance of each Olson and Baker customer.
We guarantee that you will get the best value for money with our promise on price with no compromise on quality or service.
From Dubai to Tokyo, the US to Italy we supply high-end furniture and lighting to trade and private clients all over the world, planning the logistics around you.
Please get in touch if you have a query, you can contact us in a number of ways, either complete our online form or use any of the information below:
Noriyuki Shirasu, the leader of color.inc, a creative group. He takes part in processes, spanning from product development to graphic design, in a three-dimensional fashion to tell a single story.
His concept is narrative creation based on the importance of happy links between society and things, rather than just pleasant relationships between people and objects.
Founded in Shiga, Japan, Kinto create fresh and unique kitchen and tableware with a Japanese viewpoint throughout the year. It is their principle to offer the life-long design, which stands close to our daily lives.