An Angle on the Fruit Bowl

In its history, the fruit bowl has always been a central object of table culture. This “bowl” by Thomas Feichtner is a step beyond the traditional rounded body. The open design stabilizes the fruit in position and keeps surface contact to a minimum. In keeping with traditional Austrian design, the structure is composed of solid silver and contrasts nicely with the texture of any fruit.

Designer: Thomas Feichtner


  • James says:

    Ok, less photos showing us how you made it and more photos showing it being used. Very pretty, it can hold four apples. And how about a bunch of bananas and some grapes, an orange or two with the apples perhaps? I don't really see how this could hold them all. Four apples looks perfect on it, but for a practical fruit bowl, I don't think so. There's a reason fruit 'bowls' are bowl shaped.

  • DFalcione says:

    There is such a thing as 'creative users'…

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