Nordic Design

Frederik is the son of the world famous designer Erik Bagger. Known for several iconic designs over the years. Already at the age of two, he sat on his fathers lap and drew his sketches. There has always been a love for the creative mindset. Erik taught his son everything he knows, from Danish design and aesthetics to great materials and craftsmanship. This was the foundation for the high quality of all Frederik Bagger’s designs today. Frederik Bagger has followed his dreams and his own original vision to create one of the most well-known and beloved design brands in Scandinavia.

He teased his first two product samples online on November 20th in 2014, and after just two weeks he had over 300 pre-orders. So he took the plunge and launched his own company. January 29th he debuted them on his first fair. Under one month after the fair, the products were launched in the first stores on the 20th February 2015.

The first products was Lowball and Highball. They were the start of the popular Crispy Series that has been growing ever since. 

When Frederik Bagger established the company, he wanted to put his mark on the industry. Frederik believed that the industry was in need of a breath of fresh air. New inspiration. More provocative. Something seductive. Most importantly, something outstanding that challenges perfection. These are the values that make up the universe of Frederik Bagger.



All the products from Frederik Bagger are dishwasher safe, even the stainless steel products.

Warm drinks & freezer safe

Whether you prefer your drinks hot or cold, the Frederik Bagger glasses can handle up to +180° hot and -25° cold.

Eco Friendly Crystal

All products are free of toxic, FDA approved and free of lead with certified raw materials using pure silica sands for consistent clarity and brilliance.

10 Years Clarity Guarantee

The glasses are surely going to stay crystal clear for at least the next 10 years and if by any chance this shouldn't hold up this guarantee entitles you to a similar product as replacement.

Image by Marten Bjork