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The Ultimate Kitchen Trousseau

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The Ultimate Kitchen Trousseau

August 19, 2013

Imagine a trunk full of premium kitchen essentials compiled to represent the best kitchen tools a cook could ever desire. This is exactly what Isabelle Mathez and Frederic Winkler set out to do, after their daughter threatened to poach their heirloom kitchen utensils prior to leaving home. Each product was curated for its exceptional quality, functionality, and beauty. Are any of your favorite kitchen items part of the Malle W. Trousseau kitchen set? For more information, visit Malle W. Trousseau

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Above: The Malle W. Trousseau Kitchen Set is $5,800 from the MoMA store ($5,220 for members).

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Above: The set includes 43 kitchen essentials (for cutting, cooking, and storage). The apron is designed by Malle W. Trousseau (inspired by a blacksmith apron) and is made from calf leather in France.

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Above: The cast iron casserole with the signature wooden handle (designed by Timo Sarpaneva) made the cut.

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Above: The mixing bowls are made in Denmark (since 1941) and are famous for their functionality (designed by Sigvard Bernadotte in 1949).

Can you spot the Iron Spice Grinder in the second photo? Learn more about it in one of our Kitchen posts.

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