Silent Night, Silent Dishes: This Holiday Season, the Global Innovation Magic Grip by KAHLA Comes to the USA

Nov 26, 2015, 11:12 ET from KAHLA

KAHLA, Germany, November 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

KAHLA's designer porcelain Magic Grip is the hottest tip in Germany. Shortly before Christmas it will finally also be available in the US. The special feature of the award-winning tableware is its almost invisible silicone foot that is permanently attached to the porcelain and offers many advantages: Magic Grip is slip-resistant, noise-proof and scratch-resistant, but also dishwasher-safe, hygienic and food-safe.

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Novel gift idea 

Magic Grip enters the US-market with a multi-purpose set available only online at Williams-Sonoma (|kahla|1|best|0|1|24||1&cm_src=PRODUCTSEARCH). The two hard-paste white porcelain bowls in different sizes with red silicone lids are perfect for kneading, mixing and prepping food in the kitchen because the silicone foot prevents slipping. The well-designed bowls are also great for serving pasta, salads or side dishes. Serving is easy - because even when tilted, Magic Grip will not slip off the tray. This means fewer broken dishes, particularly important when used on boats or in motor homes where there is constant movement.

"Magical" design  

Those seeking quiet will love Magic Grip because the silicone ring absorbs shocks and reduces noise. Fine furniture enthusiasts will love it because it protects varnishes, glass and polished wood. And finally, the bowls store food conveniently. Just add the red lids and put the bowls in the refrigerator - all without the need to transfer your food.

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KAHLA is the design brand among the German porcelain manufacturers. Its products received over 90 international product design awards. The porcelain factory, founded 1844, has been family-owned since 1994 and has approximately 300 employees. It produces porcelain for homes, hotels and restaurants and promotional gifts that are "Made in Germany" under strict environmentally-friendly aspects.

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