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MP0210

Alessi Pepper Mill MP0210

Brand

alessi
Starting at: $220.00 CAD
$220.00 CAD

Description

Apart from metalworking, woodworking is the other ancient and traditional production method in the area where Alessi has its roots: the Strona valley in northern Piedmont, Italy. So as not to lose this precious link with tradition, in 1988 Alessi acquired the MORE INFO
$220.00 CAD
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Apart from metalworking, woodworking is the other ancient and traditional production method in the area where Alessi has its roots: the Strona valley in northern Piedmont, Italy. So as not to lose this precious link with tradition, in 1988 Alessi acquired the oldest original company in the valley, Battista Piazza 1865. A number of historic objects from the early 20th century have been reissued. Between the 1980s and 1990s, Ettore Sottsass, together with the young designers in his studio, was the main designer of the Twergi line in wood. This pepper mill is a classical form in turned wood, and it's perhaps the best Alessi design to use this material.

MATERIALS:

  • Beech-wood, black, red and yellow

MEASUREMENTS:

  • Height: 23 cm / 9 inch
  • Diameter: ΓΈ 7 cm / 2.7 inch
Brand
Alessi

Timeless Italian quality products for your home. Collaborating with internationally recognized designers such as Michael Graves, Philippe Starck and Richard Sapper Alessi has produced some of the absolute best iconic designs in the world. GR Shop offers you over 1000 of these essential, beautiful and revered objects to complete your home.

Designer
Alessi Pepper Mill MP0210 Designed by:
  • Ettore Sottsass , 1989
Ettore Sottsass

Ettore Sottsass

1917-2007

Ettore Sottsass was a grandee of late 20th century Italian design. Best known as the founder of the early 1980s Memphis collective, he also designed iconic electronic products for Olivetti, as well as beautiful glass and ceramics. Revered in Italy as a doyen of late 20th century design, Ettore Sottsass is also cited as a role model by young foreign designers, such as Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, for the breadth - as well as the quality - of his work.

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