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  • Mu, which means "hexagon" in Japanese, was designed by Toyo Ito to complement the Ku crockery collection he created for Alessi in 2006. Sharp, yet with a touch of sensitivity and eleganceā€¦ Linear, yet with an organic quality of plantsā€¦ We intend to shift our familiar sensations with chopsticks onto cutlery. (Toyo Ito).

    $440.00
  • The Dry cutlery set marks Alessi's debut in cutlery production. Despite gloomy initial forecasts from Alessi's own employees, it has amply demonstrated that the iconic and innovative force of its form, together with exceptional tactile pleasure in its use and an excellent finish, are a lot more important to the public than many long-held market prejudices would have us believe.

    $15.00
  • The Dry cutlery set marks Alessi's debut in cutlery production. Despite gloomy initial forecasts from Alessi's own employees, it has amply demonstrated that the iconic and innovative force of its form, together with exceptional tactile pleasure in its use and an excellent finish, are a lot more important to the public than many long-held market prejudices would have us believe.

    $14.50
  • The Dry cutlery set marks Alessi's debut in cutlery production. Despite gloomy initial forecasts from Alessi's own employees, it has amply demonstrated that the iconic and innovative force of its form, together with exceptional tactile pleasure in its use and an excellent finish, are a lot more important to the public than many long-held market prejudices would have us believe.

    $22.00
  • The Dry cutlery set marks Alessi's debut in cutlery production. Despite gloomy initial forecasts from Alessi's own employees, it has amply demonstrated that the iconic and innovative force of its form, together with exceptional tactile pleasure in its use and an excellent finish, are a lot more important to the public than many long-held market prejudices would have us believe.

    $13.50
  • Dry cutlery set, designed by Achille Castiglioni proved its innovative shape and resolute style, along with extreme manageability and an excellent finish.

    $405.00
  • The Dry cutlery set marks Alessi's debut in cutlery production. Despite gloomy initial forecasts from Alessi's own employees, it has amply demonstrated that the iconic and innovative force of its form, together with exceptional tactile pleasure in its use and an excellent finish, are a lot more important to the public than many long-held market prejudices would have us believe.

    $84.00
  • Serving Fish Fork in stainless steel mirror polished.

    $38.00
  • Dessert fork in 18/10 stainless steel mirror polished.

    $18.50
  • Nuovo Milano cutlery set entered production after several years of formal experimenting, prototyping, and technological research on differentiated thicknesses in the bodies of the cutlery pieces: Ettore Sottsass wanted his cutlery to be as smooth as seaworn stones.

    $500.00
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