• The Iconic 9093 kettle, with bird-shaped whistle is one of the best-selling Alessi objects in the world.  The design of this kettle, created by Michael Graves in 1985, mixes the influences taken from European Art, American Pop and quotes from pre-Columbian cultures. Graves's unique visual language is the reason behind the extraordinary success that the kettle has had since the year of its production. It is a smart object, elegant, but at the same time playful and fun: when the water starts boiling, the bird sings, leading to an inevitable smile. Kettle in 18/10 stainless steel mirror polished with handle and small bird-shaped whistle in PA. Suitable Cook-tops: Gas, Electric and Induction Dimensions: H 22.5cm Diameter: 22.00cm Capacity: 2 Lcl
  • Cheese knife in 18/10 stainless steel mirror polished.
    From our humble Island State, Anita Dineen has designed the cheese knife Antechinus (a native Australian Mouse). It's lines recall both the stylised forms of a slice of cheese and those of a little mouse intent on enjoying his favourite food. The curve creates a sensuous grip, giving the knife a balanced and aesthetically pleasing aspect. Antechinus can stand on its blade and doesn't need any support: the fact that both sides of the blade are sharpened, also make it suitable for use as a cheese cutter for mature cheeses.
    Width (cm):  2.00
    Height (cm):  4.50
    Length (cm):  19.00
  • Grater with cheese cellar in thermoplastic resin and steel mirror polished.
    The grater Parmenide designed by Alejandro Ruiz brings two aspects of the traditional household scene together: the cheese grater and the serving bowl. Parmenide also becomes an attractive piece of tableware once the cheese has been grated. Parmenide is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
    Width (cm):7.50
    Height (cm):6.70
    Length (cm):15.30
    Available in black and Ice

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