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A di ALESSI Glass Family Collection This is all you need to set out a great daily table. That's how the designer described the gla...ssware services that accompany the KnifeForkSpoon cutlery.Capacities:-Water Glass: 320 ml (~11 oz)-Champange Flute: 200 ml (~6.8 oz)-White Wine: 250 ml (~8.5 oz)-Red Wine: 230 ml (~7.7 oz)Features: -Designer: Jasper Morrison-Dishwasher-SafeManufactured in: ItalyMaterial: Crystalline GlassManufactured by: AlessiDimensions: 0.01″ x 0.01″ x 0.01″. read more

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Wine And Champagne Glasses Alessi AJM29/0 Glass Family Red Wine Glass by Jasper Morrison (Set of 4) The new Platebowlcup tableware... set and Glass Family glassware set takes its place alongside the KnifeForkSpoon cutlery set (2004) as the first Alessi Tableware collection. Moderately priced but without the quality of the design being compromised, Jasper Morrison sought to create a democratic design: I like the idea of a democratic wine glass which is slightly more formal than the others, to be used to give the table an easy aspect of a dinner rather than just dinner. Made in crystalline glass, this elegant red wine glass will evoke an air of sophisticated simplicity to your dining room. Features: -Red wine glass set in crystalline glass. -Simple, yet elegant design. -Holds 8 oz. -Overall Dimensions: 2.48 H. read more

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$104.00
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Alessi SG119/0S2 Features: -Mami Xl collection.-Designer: Stefano Giovannoni.-Set of 2 glasses for red wine in crystalline glass.-...Product Type: Red wine glass.-Style: Contemporary.-Collection: Mami Xl.-Color: Clear.-Primary Material: Glass -Primary Material Details: ..-Country of Manufacture: Italy.Dimensions: -Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 8.75.-Overall Width - Side to Side: 4.25.-Overall Depth - Front to Back: 4.25.-Overall Product Weight: 1.76. read more

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A signature Alessi design, the Alessandro corkscrew is a chic addition to your barware. This corkscrew with the distinctive design... easily removes corks every time. read more

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This corkscrew will be the talk of the party! The corkscrew itself forms the shape of the parrot!

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A signature Alessi design, the parrot-shaped corkscrew is a fun addition to your barware. This stainless steel corkscrew with the ...distinctive design easily removes corks every time. read more

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A signature Alessi design, the Anna G. corkscrew is a chic addition to your barware. This winged corkscrew with the distinctive de...sign easily removes corks every time. read more

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$262.00
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Wine Accessories Alessi 5052/RM Ettore Sottsass 227.5 oz. Wine Cooler The pieces designed by Ettore Sottsass are beautiful example...s of his design specialty. Features: -Wine cooler. -Can hold two bottles of wine . -Unique handle design and rolled rim. -Reinforced top and bottom to increase strength and reduce dents. Specifications: -Capacity: 227.5 oz.. -Dimensions: 10.8 H x 8.4 W. -Material: Stainless Steel. -Dishwasher safe. read more

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$227.00
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Design by Jasper Morrison, 2003.Made in Italy by Alessi.Bolly, the wine cooler, was developed in collaboration with the well-known... French champagne producer, Bollinger of Ay, and is an addition to the family of objects created by our favorite British designer. Available in mirror-polished or satin finish. read more

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$227.00
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This line of bar items, designed by Luigi Massoni and Carlo Mazzeri and in production from 1957, is of the semi professional type.... The pieces are all made entirely in stainless steel. The line was presented for the first time at the Milan Triennale of 1958, as an example of the first phase of the Bel Design Italiano, seen in its typical overall appearance with all the formal, elegant, and function design that characterized so many Italian objects in the 50s. read more

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$193.30
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This line of bar items, designed by Luigi Massoni and Carlo Mazzeri and in production from 1957, is of the semi professional type.... The pieces are all made entirely in stainless steel. The line was presented for the first time at the Milan Triennale of 1958, as an example of the first phase of the Bel Design Italiano, seen in its typical overall appearance with all the formal, elegant, and function design that characterised so many Italian objects in the 50s. read more

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