Alessi design butter dish in the shape of a steamboat
Alessi design butter dish in the shape of a steamboat.
Serve your butter in style with the Alessi Ship Shape Butter Dish. Designed to look like a little boat, the thermoplastic container comes with a stainless steel spatula for easy spreading. A creative receptacle, it can be used for sauces, butter, jam etc., and the spatula invites use from imaginative consumers with a sweet tooth.
The bowl and the lid are made of plastic, as well as the handle of the spatula. The blade itself is made of stainless steel. This original butter dish is a design by Stefano Giovannoni.
This butter dish is in a neat vintage condition with some traces of use like scratches on the inside that are visible when it is held against the light.
- Height: 15,5 cm.
- Width: 8,5 cm.
- Dept: 8,5 cm.
- Length: 15,5 cm.
Alessi is a housewares and kitchen utensil company in Italy, producing everyday items from plastic and metal, created by famous designers.
From the 1990s onward, Alessi has been associated with the notion of "designer" objects — otherwise ordinary tools and objects executed as high design, particularly in a post-modern mode, from designers such as Philippe Starck. Many of the early memorable "designer kettles," "designer toothbrushes," "designer kitchenware," and so on were Alessi products, though competition in this product category has greatly increased since then.
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