Aida | Danish everyday Tableware and Cutlery
Aida

Aida

With over 60 years of experience, Aida produces glass, porcelain and cutlery for everyday use. Aida designs are clean, classic and Scandinavian.
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  • ENSO black egg cup or lid
    8 cm Sale £3
    (Reg. £3)
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  • Raw cutlery set 16 pcs
    gold Sale £52
    (Reg. £61)
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  • ENSO double walled mug
    20 cl Now £8
    (Reg. £9)
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  • Raw water bottle 0.65 l
    purple Sale £5
    (Reg. £6)
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  • ENSO mug with handle
    25 cl Now £7
    (Reg. £8)
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  • Raw serving bowl Ø 34 cm
    nude Sale £31
    (Reg. £35)
  • Passion white wine glasses 2-pack
    42 cl Sale £12
    (Reg. £13)
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  • Passion salt and pepper cellar
    2-pack Sale £8
    (Reg. £9)
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  • Harvey drinking glasses 2-pack
    36 cl Sale £8
    (Reg. £9)
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  • ENSO plate
    19 cm Now £6
    (Reg. £7)
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  • Passion soup plate gold-brim 4-pack
    Ø 23 cm Sale £39
    (Reg. £43)
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  • Harvey carafe
    70 cl Sale £31
    (Reg. £35)
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  • Raw double-wall mug 30 cl
    nude Sale £8
    (Reg. £9)
  • Passion red wine glasses 2-pack
    48 cl Sale £12
    (Reg. £13)
    In stock
  • ENSO salad bowl
    22 cm Now £31
    (Reg. £35)
    In stock
  • Raw serving plate Ø 30 cm
    nude Sale £31
    (Reg. £35)
  • Harvey whiskey glasses 4-pack
    31 cl Sale £9
    (Reg. £10)
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  • Raw plate Ø 28 cm
    nude Sale £12
    (Reg. £13)
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  • Passion champagne glasses 2-pack
    17 cl Sale £12
    (Reg. £13)
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  • Raw carafe 1 l
    smoke (grey) Sale £14
    (Reg. £17)
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  • Enso starter set
    16 pcs Now £88
    (Reg. £110)
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Aida
In collaboration with some of Denmark's leading designers, Aida produces everyday porcelain, glassware and cutlery with a clear Scandinavian design.

The Danes like to decorate their dinner table with simple, white plates without frills but it has not always been that way. When Ancher Iversen started his business in 1953, it was impossible to sell white porcelain. Therefore he got the idea to buy excess white porcelain from the post-war period and decorate it with gold. A few years later after the company had grown, they began to produce their own dishes in glass and porcelain as they do today, now under the name of Aida.

Aida's vision is to provide customers with the highest possible value for money. They offer a variety of products made of the highest quality, yet at everyday prices.