Alessi Flatware Sets

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$91.00

Linear flatware in sleek stainless steel. Set includes: Table spoon, table knife, dessert fork, tea sppon. Stainless steel. Import...ed. - Color: No Color - Size: No Size read more

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$107.00

Ultra-smooth flatware set cast in stainless steel. Includes table spoon, table fork, table knife, dessert fork and tea spoon. 18/1...0 stainless steel. Imported. - Color: No Color - Size: No Size read more

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$74.00

Flatware set composed of one table spoon, one table fork, one table knife, one dessert fork and one tea spoon designed by Marcel W...anders.. Mirror-polished stainless steel. Imported. - Color: No Color - Size: No Size read more

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$70.00

The "Eat. It" cutlery set designed by Wiel Arets comprises cutlery that is reduced but not minimal; elegant though far from fragil...e; and terse while simultaneously inviting & is meant for both every day use and the formality required of small gatherings. The unique form proposed by the designer makes it possible to stack up three pieces of table cutlery on top of each other, hinting at a new way to lay the table. read more

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$49.00

Following the typical minimalist approach that features in all Jasper Morrison's work, this design is an attempt to reduce the "cu...tlery-object" to its barest essence, its purest and most customary form and what might tentatively be called its definitive form, and deliberately stripped of all stylistic value and - perhaps precisely because of this - clearly recognizable as Morrison's work. read more

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$72.80

The complete table cutlery service "MU" was designed by Toyo Ito. "MU" means hexagon in Japanese. Sharp, yet with a touch of sensi...tivity and elegance. Linear, yet with an organic quality of plants. We intend to shift our familiar sensations with chopsticks onto cutlery. (Toyo Ito). read more

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$68.00

The "Nuova Milano" cutlery set, designed by Ettore Sottsass, has become a classic. The author wanted this tableware to be "smooth ...as an ocean rock", with a soft and rounded shape. It won the XVI Compass d'oro award. read more

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$1000.40

The cutlery set "Collo-alto", designed by Inga Sempe is composed of twelve table spoon, twelve table forks, twelve table knives, t...welve dessert forks, twelve dessert knives, twelve coffee spoons, one serving spoon, one serving fork and one ladle. The elongated and narrow shape of the segment that connects the handle with the active part of the cutlery gives the name Collo alto (Italian for 'long neck') to this collection. The slender neck gives a particular lightness to the cutlery whose distinctive aspect is the contrast between curved and straight lines and combine large and narrow volumes. read more

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$158.55

It belongs to the cutlery set "Ovale" designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. The "Ovale" collection strives to be original, but i...t also wants to be rustic and traditional. We set out in pursuit of delicate expression. This composition speaks about every day life, about breakfast, lunch, about everyone getting together for dinner. There is a desire for simplicity. (Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec). read more

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$335.00

The "Eat. It" cutlery set designed by Wiel Arets comprises cutlery that is reduced but not minimal; elegant though far from fragil...e; and terse while simultaneously inviting & is meant for both every day use and the formality required of small gatherings. The unique form proposed by the designer makes it possible to stack up three pieces of table cutlery on top of each other, hinting at a new way to lay the table. read more

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$320.01

Designed in 1938 and presented in silver at the 1940 Triennale, the "Caccia" series of cutlery - an excellent example of "Lombard ...classicism" in design - won praise from Gio Ponti for the balance it struck between an image of craftsmanship and the industrial future of household objects. Since 1990, thanks to an agreement with the Castiglioni brothers and with Luigi Caccia "Dominioni and after extensive philological research to complete the series with the missing pieces, "Caccia" has been reissued by Alessi in 18/10 stainless steel and in 925/00 silver for the Officina Alessi brand. read more

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$152.13

The "Rundes Modell" cutlery set designed by Josef Hoffmann in 1906, reintroduced by Alessi in 2015 is composed of one table spoon,... one table fork, one table knife, one dessert fork, one tea spoon. The "Rundes Modell" cutlery set fully respected the design guidelines of the Wiener Werkstatte, of which the designer was one of the founders: functionality and practicality together with the refined processing of the materials. A look at the most recent designer cutlery shows just how influential the "Rundes Modell" have been on many designers that have worked in this area. read more

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$1450.00

Designed in 1938 and presented in silver at the 1940 Triennale, the "Caccia" series of cutlery - an excellent example of "Lombard ...classicism" in design - won praise from Gio Ponti for the balance it struck between an image of craftsmanship and the industrial future of household objects. Since 1990, thanks to an agreement with the Castiglioni brothers and with Luigi Caccia "Dominioni and after extensive philological research to complete the series with the missing pieces, "Caccia" has been reissued by Alessi in 18/10 stainless steel and in 925/00 silver for the Officina Alessi brand. read more

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