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Rectangular tray Tiffany

€139.00

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Rectangular tray Tiffany

€139.00

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  • Rectangular tray in 18/10 stainless steel.

    Length (cm):  45.00
    Width (cm):  26.50
Design Silvio Coppola
  • Silvio Coppola

    He began his career as a designer in 1960, making a name for himself with innovative designs for motor vehicle bodywork made of fibreglass. He has collaborated with companies that manufacture......

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    Silvio Coppola
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The “Bel Design” of the 70s

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Tiffany
Rectangular tray Tiffany is designed by Silvio Coppola. His work is classified in the last phase of the “Bel design” phenomenon which characterised Italian design of the 1960s and 70s. Tiffany dates from 1974, and was put back into production in 2008, at the request of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.