If the thought of a kitchen store like Williams & Sonoma makes you swoon, prepare to be weak at the knees and weepy. The Museum of Modern Art, or MOMA to those in the know, has put together a crazy kitchen set that will cost you to buy about the same as a used 2007 Nissan.
The Malle W. Trousseau 43 piece Kitchen Set is for the serious chef for whom price is no object. This collection features the best kitchen utensils from around the globe. Designers Isabelle Mathez and Frederic Winkler were apparently inspired to put together this kitchen set when their daughter left home and wanted to know what tools she needed to set up her own kitchen. Each product has been selected for “its unparalleled functionality, beauty, and quality.” It comes in a sturdy wooden-framed recycled cardboard “trousseau” organized by function into three trays. To insure your haute cuisine is truly authentic, the set is assembled in France.
Here’s an example of a item description that will sell you in this products value for certain:
“Cast Iron Casserole – Designed by Timo Sarpaneva in 1952, this iconic example of Scandinavian design lets you cook with minimal fat meaning that it has become a fixture in the kitchen. This piece is represented in the Museum’s collection. Enameled cast iron, wooden handle. 3 liters, 21.5 cm diameter. Made in Finland.”
Your price is only $5,800.00, For MOMA Members, you can enjoy a discount down to $5,220.00. By the way, Gift Wrapping is not available. There is an additional shipping charge of $450 per set. And this item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
Among the tags on the website: MoMA Exclusives, Modern Wedding Gifts, Objects of Desire.
Check out every detail of The Malle W. Trousseau 43 piece Kitchen Set: http://bit.ly/1GNURgP — True Foodies, this kitchen set is for you!