About Keramikfabriken 1943

Keramikfabriken 1943 is a family business, with 5 generations of experience in cookware and household goods, both in production and sales worldwide. Most of the product design takes place in-house.
Our philosophy is to offer genuine and sustainable cookware and bakeware made in Europe.

Below you find our brands (click on the link to get to the respective website):


Carl Victor Gjutjärnspannor och grytor
Carl Victor: Traditional Swedish pre-seasoned cast iron cookware. Our Höganäs made cast iron pans and casseroles last for generations.
Visit the webpage: Carl Victor


Kungsör 1897
Kungsör was founded in 1897. Kungsör’s goal is to offer everyone who loves to bake, the widest range of bakeware that is 100% environmentally friendly, sustainable and made in Europe. All the Kungsör bakeware is free of “non-stick” coating and other toxic chemicals such as PTFE and PFOA.
Visit the webpage: Kungsör


Willstad Träredskap
Willstad crafts has a wide range of wooden tools, such as everything from wooden spoons to rolling pins and cutting boards. The types of wood used on the various tools are beech, oak, ash, birch and pine.
Visit the webpage: Willstad


Höganäs Bruk
Höganäs Bruk: Stainless steel cookware of highest quality. Höganäs Bruk stands for function, high quality & timeless design.
Visit the webpage: Höganäs Bruk

Jernfors: Robust outdoor cookware.
Visit the webpage: Jernfors


L’Arbalète: French carbon steel pans, restaurant pans made available to the home chef. Carbon steel is an indestructible material that only gets better the more it is used, free from PFTE, PFOA or other hazardous chemicals.
Visit the webpage: L’Arbalète


Sepp Ritschel: Genuine European kitchen utensils made of stainless steel and aluminium.
Visit the webpage: Sepp Ritchel

Grøndahl Copenhagen offers a range of the most essential kitchen utensils, with Danish design and quality.

The range includes chef’s knives, olive wood utensils, pepper mills etc. The feeling is to be out in Europe at a bistro in Paris or a trattoria in Rome. In the wake of the journey that began in 1937 in Copenhagen.

In 1937, Holger Grøndahl cycled through Europe. With this adventure as inspiration, we have produced products and materials that he came across, on the trip.

Visit the webpage: grøndahl – copenhagen


Kulla Keramik: Rustic and timeless ceramics.
Visit the webpage: Kulla Keramik


Hill Radnor: Found 2012 with a mission to design and produce high quality kitchen-workware.
Visit the webpage: Hill Radnor


Pålsjö Fajans:  Founded over 250 years ago, 1765. 2015 we relaunched Pålsjö Fajans with the first series Cercle Bleu.
Visit the webpage: Pålsjö Fajans