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  • A di Alessi Set - of 3 Christmas baubles : Jesus, Mary & Joseph
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    A di Alessi Set - of 3 Christmas baubles : Jesus, Mary & Joseph
    The tradition of the decorated Christmas tree with large and small coloured baubles out of blown glass dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when a dry period stole the green needles of the pine trees. A glass smithy out of Goetzenbruck had the idea of blowing objects out of glass in order to ornament the tree, hiding the sad looking pine branches. The round shape was the fastest to produce and that is how many colourful Christmas tree baubles emerged, soon becoming a tradition in the most different countries and cultures. Only in 1964, the glass factory in Goetzenbruck stopped the industrial production of the Christmas baubles. The shape of the traditionally made Christmas decoration changed along the years, whereby additional small decors or typical motives covered the Christmas baubles, such as Father Christmas, bells, stars and a sledge. It was Marcello Jori who created the "Palle Presepe" with his creative soul and irony, causing a small revolution at Alessi with it. He said that there was a Christmas tree at his home every year, but that he envied those who had a crib with vivid figures. Marcello Jori: « I finally dreamt sometime of an angel, who hanged some foreign baubles at the Christmas tree, the baubles spoke, sang and prayed. Some were holy, stars or animals and one of them, lighting more than others, was Christ ». Jori's dream became true. Those, mouth blown glass made, hand decorated baubles exist now. The "Palle Presepe" are the classic crib figures that create a completely new Christmas tree with fantasy and some irony: Maria and Josef with Jesus, ox and donkey, angel, star and the three wise men. In detail: Type : Set. Colour : Multicolored. Material : Hand painted blown glass. Dimensions : Each bauble : W 13,5 cm x H 9 cm. Characteristics : Every bauble is packed in a small decorated cardboard box.
  • A di Alessi - Angioletto Christmas Bauble
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    A di Alessi - Angioletto Christmas Bauble
    The mouth blown glass made, hand decorated Angel Christmas Bauble is part of the Presepe-collection (Italian: Christmas Bauble Crib) by A di Alessi. There it represents one of the classic crib figures, which display the nativity play directly at the Christmas tree. The tradition of the decorated Christmas tree with large and small coloured baubles out of blown glass dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when a dry period stole the green needles of the pine trees. A glass smithy out of Goetzenbruck had the idea of blowing objects out of glass in order to ornament the tree, hiding the sad looking pine branches. The round shape was the fastest to produce and that is how many colourful Christmas tree baubles emerged, soon becoming a tradition in the most different countries and cultures. Only in 1964, the glass factory in Goetzenbruck stopped the industrial production of the Christmas baubles. The shape of the traditionally made Christmas decoration changed along the years, whereby additional small decors or typical motives covered the Christmas baubles, such as Father Christmas, bells, stars and a sledge. It was Marcello Jori who created the 'Palle Presepe” with his creative soul and irony, causing a small revolution at Alessi with it. He said that there was a Christmas tree at his home every year, but that he envied those who had a crib with vivid figures. Marcello Jori: ”I finally dreamt sometime of an angel, who hanged some foreign baubles at the Christmas tree, the baubles spoke, sang and prayed. Some were holy, stars or animals and one of them, lighting more than others, was Christ.” Jori’s dream became true. Those, mouth blown glass made, hand decorated baubles exist now. The 'Palle Presepe” are the classic crib figures that create a completely new Christmas tree with fantasy and some irony: Maria and Josef with Jesus, ox and donkey, angel, star and the three wise men.
  • A di Alessi Bauble
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    A di Alessi Bauble
    The tradition of the decorated Christmas tree with large and small coloured baubles out of blown glass dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when a dry period stole the green needles of the pine trees. A glass smithy out of Goetzenbruck had the idea of blowing objects out of glass in order to ornament the tree, hiding the sad looking pine branches. The round shape was the fastest to produce and that is how many colourful Christmas tree baubles emerged, soon becoming a tradition in the most different countries and cultures. Only in 1964, the glass factory in Goetzenbruck stopped the industrial production of the Christmas baubles. The shape of the traditionally made Christmas decoration changed along the years, whereby additional small decors or typical motives covered the Christmas baubles, such as Father Christmas, bells, stars and a sledge. In detail: Type : Bauble. Colour : Multicolored. Material : Blown glass. Dimensions : Ø 6 cm. Characteristics : Hand decorated.
  • A di Alessi - Pastorello and Pecorello Christmas bauble Set
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    A di Alessi - Pastorello and Pecorello Christmas bauble Set
    The mouth-blown glass and hand-decorated Pastorello and Pecorello Christmas Baubles are part of the Presepe-collection (Italian: Christmas Bauble Crib) by A di Alessi. There it represents one of the classic crib figures, which display the nativity play directly at the Christmas tree. "Pastorello" is Italian and means "shepherd", "Pecorello" is the Italian word for "sheep". The Christian symbolic is taken up caringly and conspicuously and brought to life through two sympathetic Christmas baubles. The tradition of the decorated Christmas tree with large and small coloured baubles out of blown glass dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when a dry period stole the green needles of the pine trees. A glass smithy out of Goetzenbruck had the idea of blowing objects out of glass in order to ornament the tree, hiding the sad looking pine branches. The round shape was the fastest to produce and that is how many colourful Christmas tree baubles emerged, soon becoming a tradition in the most different countries and cultures. Only in 1964, the glass factory in Goetzenbruck stopped the industrial production of the Christmas baubles. The shape of the traditionally made Christmas decoration changed along the years, whereby additional small decors or typical motives covered the Christmas baubles, such as Father Christmas, bells, stars and a sledge. It was Marcello Jori who created the 'Palle Presepe” with his creative soul and irony, causing a small revolution at Alessi with it. He said that there was a Christmas tree at his home every year, but that he envied those who had a crib with vivid figures. Marcello Jori: ”I finally dreamt sometime of an angel, who hung up some foreign baubles at the Christmas tree, the baubles spoke, sang and prayed. Some were sacred, stars or animals and one of them, lighting more than the others, was the Infant Jesus.” Jori’s dream came true. Those mouth-blown glass and hand decorated baubles exist now. The 'Palle Presepe” are the classic crib figures that create a completely new Christmas tree with fantasy and some irony: Maria and Josef with Jesus, ox and donkey, angel, star and the three wise men.
  • A di Alessi - Asinello Christmas bauble
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    A di Alessi - Asinello Christmas bauble
    The mouth blown glass made, hand-decorated Asinello Christmas Bauble is part of the Palle Presepe-collection (Italian: Christmas Bauble Crib) by A di Alessi. There it represents one of the classic crib figures, which displays the nativity play directly at the Christmas tree. "Asinello" is the Italian word for "donkey".The Christian symbolic is taken up caringly and conspicuously and brought to life through the sympathetic Christmas bauble. The tradition of the decorated Christmas tree with large and small coloured baubles out of blown glass dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when a dry period stole the green needles of the pine trees. A glass smithy out of Goetzenbruck had the idea of blowing objects out of glass in order to ornament the tree, hiding the sad looking pine branches. The round shape was the fastest to produce and that is how many colourful Christmas tree baubles emerged, soon becoming a tradition in the most different countries and cultures. Only in 1964, the glass factory in Goetzenbruck stopped the industrial production of the Christmas baubles. The shape of the traditionally made Christmas decoration changed along the years, whereby additional small decors or typical motives covered the Christmas baubles, such as Father Christmas, bells, stars and a sledge. It was Marcello Jori who created the 'Palle Presepe” with his creative soul and irony, causing a small revolution at Alessi with it. He said that there was a Christmas tree at his home every year, but that he envied those who had a crib with vivid figures. Marcello Jori: ”I finally dreamt sometime of an angel, who hung up some foreign baubles at the Christmas tree, the baubles spoke, sang and prayed. Some were sacred, stars or animals and one of them, lighting more than the others, was the Infant Jesus.” Jori's dream came true. Today, the mouth-blown and hand-decorated Christmas baubles exist in fact. Next to shepherd and sheep, there are also many different motifs of the Christian nativity play in the "Palle Presepe" Chrismas Bauble collection by A di Alessi.
  • A di Alessi Madonna Bauble - Mary
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    A di Alessi Madonna Bauble - Mary
    The tradition of the decorated Christmas tree with large and small coloured baubles out of blown glass dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when a dry period stole the green needles of the pine trees. A glass smithy out of Goetzenbruck had the idea of blowing objects out of glass in order to ornament the tree, hiding the sad looking pine branches. The round shape was the fastest to produce and that is how many colourful Christmas tree baubles emerged, soon becoming a tradition in the most different countries and cultures. Only in 1964, the glass factory in Goetzenbruck stopped the industrial production of the Christmas baubles. The shape of the traditionally made Christmas decoration changed along the years, whereby additional small decors or typical motives covered the Christmas baubles, such as Father Christmas, bells, stars and a sledge. It was Marcello Jori who created the "Palle Presepe" with his creative soul and irony, causing a small revolution at Alessi with it. He said that there was a Christmas tree at his home every year, but that he envied those who had a crib with vivid figures. Marcello Jori: « I finally dreamt sometime of an angel, who hanged some foreign baubles at the Christmas tree, the baubles spoke, sang and prayed. Some were holy, stars or animals and one of them, lighting more than others, was Christ ». Jori's dream became true. Those, mouth blown glass made, hand decorated baubles exist now. The "Palle Presepe" are the classic crib figures that create a completely new Christmas tree with fantasy and some irony: Maria and Josef with Jesus, ox and donkey, angel, star and the three wise men. In detail: Type : Bauble. Colour : Mary - Blue & Yellow. Material : Hand painted blown glass. Dimensions : Ø 9 cm. Characteristics : Gift packaging.
  • A di Alessi - Tre Re Magi Christmas baubles
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    A di Alessi - Tre Re Magi Christmas baubles
    The mouth blown glass made, hand decorated Three Wise Men Christmas Bauble is part of the Presepe-collection (Italian: Christmas Bauble Crib) by A di Alessi. There it represents one of the classic crib figures, which display the nativity play directly at the Christmas tree. The tradition of the decorated Christmas tree with large and small coloured baubles out of blown glass dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when a dry period stole the green needles of the pine trees. A glass smithy out of Goetzenbruck had the idea of blowing objects out of glass in order to ornament the tree, hiding the sad looking pine branches. The round shape was the fastest to produce and that is how many colourful Christmas tree baubles emerged, soon becoming a tradition in the most different countries and cultures. Only in 1964, the glass factory in Goetzenbruck stopped the industrial production of the Christmas baubles. The shape of the traditionally made Christmas decoration changed along the years, whereby additional small decors or typical motives covered the Christmas baubles, such as Father Christmas, bells, stars and a sledge. It was Marcello Jori who created the 'Palle Presepe” with his creative soul and irony, causing a small revolution at Alessi with it. He said that there was a Christmas tree at his home every year, but that he envied those who had a crib with vivid figures. Marcello Jori: ”I finally dreamt sometime of an angel, who hanged some foreign baubles at the Christmas tree, the baubles spoke, sang and prayed. Some were holy, stars or animals and one of them, lighting more than others, was Christ.” Jori’s dream became true. Those, mouth blown glass made, hand decorated baubles exist now. The 'Palle Presepe” are the classic crib figures that create a completely new Christmas tree with fantasy and some irony: Maria and Josef with Jesus, ox and donkey, angel, star and the three wise men.
  • A di Alessi - Gesù Bambino Christmas bauble
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    A di Alessi - Gesù Bambino Christmas bauble
    The mouth blown glass made, hand decorated Christ Child Bauble is part of the Presepe-collection (Italian: Christmas Bauble Crib) by A di Alessi. There it represents one of the classic crib figures, which display the nativity play directly at the Christmas tree. The tradition of the decorated Christmas tree with large and small coloured baubles out of blown glass dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when a dry period stole the green needles of the pine trees. A glass smithy out of Goetzenbruck had the idea of blowing objects out of glass in order to ornament the tree, hiding the sad looking pine branches. The round shape was the fastest to produce and that is how many colourful Christmas tree baubles emerged, soon becoming a tradition in the most different countries and cultures. Only in 1964, the glass factory in Goetzenbruck stopped the industrial production of the Christmas baubles. The shape of the traditionally made Christmas decoration changed along the years, whereby additional small decors or typical motives covered the Christmas baubles, such as Father Christmas, bells, stars and a sledge. It was Marcello Jori who created the 'Palle Presepe” with his creative soul and irony, causing a small revolution at Alessi with it. He said that there was a Christmas tree at his home every year, but that he envied those who had a crib with vivid figures. Marcello Jori: ”I finally dreamt sometime of an angel, who hung up some foreign baubles at the Christmas tree, the baubles spoke, sang and prayed. Some were sacred, stars or animals and one of them, lighting more than the others, was the Infant Jesus.” Jori’s dream came true. Those mouth-blown glass and hand decorated baubles exist now. The 'Palle Presepe” are the classic crib figures that create a completely new Christmas tree with fantasy and some irony: Maria and Josef with Jesus, ox and donkey, angel, star and the three wise men.
  • A di Alessi - Giuseppe Christmas Bauble
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    A di Alessi - Giuseppe Christmas Bauble
    The mouth blown glass made, hand decorated Joseph Christmas Bauble is part of the Presepe-collection (Italian: Christmas Bauble Crib) by A di Alessi. There it represents one of the classic crib figures, which display the nativity play directly at the Christmas tree. The tradition of the decorated Christmas tree with large and small coloured baubles out of blown glass dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when a dry period stole the green needles of the pine trees. A glass smithy out of Goetzenbruck had the idea of blowing objects out of glass in order to ornament the tree, hiding the sad looking pine branches. The round shape was the fastest to produce and that is how many colourful Christmas tree baubles emerged, soon becoming a tradition in the most different countries and cultures. Only in 1964, the glass factory in Goetzenbruck stopped the industrial production of the Christmas baubles. The shape of the traditionally made Christmas decoration changed along the years, whereby additional small decors or typical motives covered the Christmas baubles, such as Father Christmas, bells, stars and a sledge. It was Marcello Jori who created the 'Palle Presepe” with his creative soul and irony, causing a small revolution at Alessi with it. He said that there was a Christmas tree at his home every year, but that he envied those who had a crib with vivid figures. Marcello Jori: ”I finally dreamt sometime of an angel, who hanged some foreign baubles at the Christmas tree, the baubles spoke, sang and prayed. Some were holy, stars or animals and one of them, lighting more than others, was Christ.” Jori’s dream became true. Those, mouth blown glass made, hand decorated baubles exist now. The 'Palle Presepe” are the classic crib figures that create a completely new Christmas tree with fantasy and some irony: Maria and Josef with Jesus, ox and donkey, angel, star and the three wise men.
  • A di Alessi - Stella Cometa Christmas Bauble
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    A di Alessi - Stella Cometa Christmas Bauble
    The mouth blown glass made, hand decorated Stella Cometa Christmas Bauble is part of the Presepe-collection (Italian: Christmas Bauble Crib) by A di Alessi. There it represents one of the classic crib figures, which display the nativity play directly at the Christmas tree. The tradition of the decorated Christmas tree with large and small coloured baubles out of blown glass dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when a dry period stole the green needles of the pine trees. A glass smithy out of Goetzenbruck had the idea of blowing objects out of glass in order to ornament the tree, hiding the sad looking pine branches. The round shape was the fastest to produce and that is how many colourful Christmas tree baubles emerged, soon becoming a tradition in the most different countries and cultures. Only in 1964, the glass factory in Goetzenbruck stopped the industrial production of the Christmas baubles. The shape of the traditionally made Christmas decoration changed along the years, whereby additional small decors or typical motives covered the Christmas baubles, such as Father Christmas, bells, stars and a sledge. It was Marcello Jori who created the 'Palle Presepe” with his creative soul and irony, causing a small revolution at Alessi with it. He said that there was a Christmas tree at his home every year, but that he envied those who had a crib with vivid figures. Marcello Jori: ”I finally dreamt sometime of an angel, who hanged some foreign baubles at the Christmas tree, the baubles spoke, sang and prayed. Some were holy, stars or animals and one of them, lighting more than others, was Christ.” Jori’s dream became true. Those, mouth blown glass made, hand decorated baubles exist now. The 'Palle Presepe” are the classic crib figures that create a completely new Christmas tree with fantasy and some irony: Maria and Josef with Jesus, ox and donkey, angel, star and the three wise men.
  • A di Alessi - Madonna Christmas Bauble
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    A di Alessi - Madonna Christmas Bauble
    The mouth blown glass made, hand decorated Madonna Christmas Bauble is part of the Presepe-collection (Italian: Christmas Bauble Crib) by A di Alessi. There it represents one of the classic crib figures, which display the nativity play directly at the Christmas tree. The tradition of the decorated Christmas tree with large and small coloured baubles out of blown glass dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when a dry period stole the green needles of the pine trees. A glass smithy out of Goetzenbruck had the idea of blowing objects out of glass in order to ornament the tree, hiding the sad looking pine branches. The round shape was the fastest to produce and that is how many colourful Christmas tree baubles emerged, soon becoming a tradition in the most different countries and cultures. Only in 1964, the glass factory in Goetzenbruck stopped the industrial production of the Christmas baubles. The shape of the traditionally made Christmas decoration changed along the years, whereby additional small decors or typical motives covered the Christmas baubles, such as Father Christmas, bells, stars and a sledge. It was Marcello Jori who created the 'Palle Presepe” with his creative soul and irony, causing a small revolution at Alessi with it. He said that there was a Christmas tree at his home every year, but that he envied those who had a crib with vivid figures. Marcello Jori: ”I finally dreamt sometime of an angel, who hanged some foreign baubles at the Christmas tree, the baubles spoke, sang and prayed. Some were holy, stars or animals and one of them, lighting more than others, was Christ.” Jori’s dream became true. Those, mouth blown glass made, hand decorated baubles exist now. The 'Palle Presepe” are the classic crib figures that create a completely new Christmas tree with fantasy and some irony: Maria and Josef with Jesus, ox and donkey, angel, star and the three wise men.
  • Alessi - A di Alessi - Let it Snow Biscuit Box
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    Alessi - A di Alessi - Let it Snow Biscuit Box
    The Christmas figures series „Presepe' by A di Alessi exists since 2007, and it grows every year. The Let it Snow biscuit box expands the famous Christmas figures series by the Italian manufacturer with one also very Christmas-like theme: biscuits. The biscuit box is something that people love to open in the Christmas season as an 'interactive element” between the decorative Christmas figures by A di Alessi. The Let it Snow biscuit box consists of porcelain and it is ornamented with friendly Christmas motives by hand.
  • A di Alessi - Il Tempo della Festa Baking Tin
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    A di Alessi - Il Tempo della Festa Baking Tin
    Oven dishes have a long tradition in cooking history. The creative helpers are nearly made for decorative shaping: One only must think of the numerous different sizes and bizarre shapes of these objects that once ornamented the kitchens of noble houses. Mario Trimarchi made this theme his with his typical, architectural and sculptural style. 'Il Tempo della Festa” means 'Time for celebrations”, since the small helpers by A di Alessi are just right for special events. The Il Tempo della Festa oven dishes invite to become creative and creating something special. Six different forms encourage creativity and it doesn’t matter what ingredients you use: The result will surely be a feast for the eyes. Also pies are wonderfully prepared in these small, silicone made oven dishes by A di Alessi. The production out of silicone ensures heat resistance, robustness and easy cleaning.
  • Alessi Dressed Bowl - Ø 15 cm
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    Alessi Dressed Bowl - Ø 15 cm
    "Marcel Wanders, about the ""Dressed"" collection: ""May I invite you at my table, let me serve you food and wine, let me get my special plates, my long legged crystals, my shiny silverware. Because today is a special day, because today the sun came up, because today the air filled our lungs with endless amounts of air, because today children were born from happy parents, and because today I meet some friends. Because today is a special day, because no-one died and no-one cried, because parrots repeat what you tell them and because there are cookies in the shape of flowers. This is a day worth celebrating, a day worth happy faces, worth our best dress our silk stockings our gold green Sunday shirt. Today we don't eat, we dine, today we don't walk, we dance today we don't sleep, we dream today we don't smile, we laugh today we don't wear boots, we wear crystal Cinderella's today we celebrate life and we are dressed for the occasion surprise your heart with your eyes and see that tomorrow will be another very special day...""" In detail: Type : Bowl. Colour : White. Material : Porcelain. Dimensions : Ø 23,3 cm. Characteristics : Relief ornament - Volume 53 cl.
  • Alessi Dressed Salade bowl - Ø 29 cm
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    Alessi Dressed Salade bowl - Ø 29 cm
    "Marcel Wanders, about the ""Dressed"" collection: ""May I invite you at my table, let me serve you food and wine, let me get my special plates, my long legged crystals, my shiny silverware. Because today is a special day, because today the sun came up, because today the air filled our lungs with endless amounts of air, because today children were born from happy parents, and because today I meet some friends. Because today is a special day, because no-one died and no-one cried, because parrots repeat what you tell them and because there are cookies in the shape of flowers. This is a day worth celebrating, a day worth happy faces, worth our best dress our silk stockings our gold green Sunday shirt. Today we don't eat, we dine, today we don't walk, we dance today we don't sleep, we dream today we don't smile, we laugh today we don't wear boots, we wear crystal Cinderella's today we celebrate life and we are dressed for the occasion surprise your heart with your eyes and see that tomorrow will be another very special day...""" In detail: Type : Salade bowl. Colour : White. Material : Porcelain. Dimensions : Ø 29,5 cm. Characteristics : Relief ornament under the bottom (invisible, tactile sensation) - Volume 290 cl.
  • Alessi Dressed Small dish - Ø 13 cm
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    Alessi Dressed Small dish - Ø 13 cm
    "Marcel Wanders, about the ""Dressed"" collection: ""May I invite you at my table, let me serve you food and wine, let me get my special plates, my long legged crystals, my shiny silverware. Because today is a special day, because today the sun came up, because today the air filled our lungs with endless amounts of air, because today children were born from happy parents, and because today I meet some friends. Because today is a special day, because no-one died and no-one cried, because parrots repeat what you tell them and because there are cookies in the shape of flowers. This is a day worth celebrating, a day worth happy faces, worth our best dress our silk stockings our gold green Sunday shirt. Today we don't eat, we dine, today we don't walk, we dance today we don't sleep, we dream today we don't smile, we laugh today we don't wear boots, we wear crystal Cinderella's today we celebrate life and we are dressed for the occasion surprise your heart with your eyes and see that tomorrow will be another very special day...""" In detail: Type : Small dish. Colour : White. Material : Porcelain. Dimensions : Ø 13 cm. Characteristics : Relief ornament under the bottom (invisible, tactile sensation) - Volume 22 cl.
  • Alessi Dressed Dinner plate - Ø 27 cm
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    Alessi Dressed Dinner plate - Ø 27 cm
    "Marcel Wanders, about the ""Dressed"" collection: ""May I invite you at my table, let me serve you food and wine, let me get my special plates, my long legged crystals, my shiny silverware. Because today is a special day, because today the sun came up, because today the air filled our lungs with endless amounts of air, because today children were born from happy parents, and because today I meet some friends. Because today is a special day, because no-one died and no-one cried, because parrots repeat what you tell them and because there are cookies in the shape of flowers. This is a day worth celebrating, a day worth happy faces, worth our best dress our silk stockings our gold green Sunday shirt. Today we don't eat, we dine, today we don't walk, we dance today we don't sleep, we dream today we don't smile, we laugh today we don't wear boots, we wear crystal Cinderella's today we celebrate life and we are dressed for the occasion surprise your heart with your eyes and see that tomorrow will be another very special day...""" In detail: Type : Plate. Colour : White. Material : Porcelain. Dimensions : Ø 27,3 cm. Characteristics : Relief ornament on border.
  • Alessi Dressed Dessert plate - Ø 20 cm
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    Alessi Dressed Dessert plate - Ø 20 cm
    "Marcel Wanders, about the ""Dressed"" collection: ""May I invite you at my table, let me serve you food and wine, let me get my special plates, my long legged crystals, my shiny silverware. Because today is a special day, because today the sun came up, because today the air filled our lungs with endless amounts of air, because today children were born from happy parents, and because today I meet some friends. Because today is a special day, because no-one died and no-one cried, because parrots repeat what you tell them and because there are cookies in the shape of flowers. This is a day worth celebrating, a day worth happy faces, worth our best dress our silk stockings our gold green Sunday shirt. Today we don't eat, we dine, today we don't walk, we dance today we don't sleep, we dream today we don't smile, we laugh today we don't wear boots, we wear crystal Cinderella's today we celebrate life and we are dressed for the occasion surprise your heart with your eyes and see that tomorrow will be another very special day...""" In detail: Type : Dessert plate. Colour : White. Material : Porcelain. Dimensions : Ø 20,5 cm. Characteristics : Relief ornament.
  • Alessi Dressed Soup plate - Ø 23 cm
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    Alessi Dressed Soup plate - Ø 23 cm
    "Marcel Wanders, about the ""Dressed"" collection: ""May I invite you at my table, let me serve you food and wine, let me get my special plates, my long legged crystals, my shiny silverware. Because today is a special day, because today the sun came up, because today the air filled our lungs with endless amounts of air, because today children were born from happy parents, and because today I meet some friends. Because today is a special day, because no-one died and no-one cried, because parrots repeat what you tell them and because there are cookies in the shape of flowers. This is a day worth celebrating, a day worth happy faces, worth our best dress our silk stockings our gold green Sunday shirt. Today we don't eat, we dine, today we don't walk, we dance today we don't sleep, we dream today we don't smile, we laugh today we don't wear boots, we wear crystal Cinderella's today we celebrate life and we are dressed for the occasion surprise your heart with your eyes and see that tomorrow will be another very special day...""" In detail: Type : Soup plate. Colour : White. Material : Porcelain. Dimensions : Ø 23,3 cm. Characteristics : Relief ornament under the border and under the bottom (invisible, tactile sensation)
  • Alessi Dressed Presentation dish - Ø 33
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    Alessi Dressed Presentation dish - Ø 33
    "Marcel Wanders, about the ""Dressed"" collection: ""May I invite you at my table, let me serve you food and wine, let me get my special plates, my long legged crystals, my shiny silverware. Because today is a special day, because today the sun came up, because today the air filled our lungs with endless amounts of air, because today children were born from happy parents, and because today I meet some friends. Because today is a special day, because no-one died and no-one cried, because parrots repeat what you tell them and because there are cookies in the shape of flowers. This is a day worth celebrating, a day worth happy faces, worth our best dress our silk stockings our gold green Sunday shirt. Today we don't eat, we dine, today we don't walk, we dance today we don't sleep, we dream today we don't smile, we laugh today we don't wear boots, we wear crystal Cinderella's today we celebrate life and we are dressed for the occasion surprise your heart with your eyes and see that tomorrow will be another very special day...""" In detail: Type : Presentation dish - Presentation plate. Colour : White. Material : Porcelain. Dimensions : Ø 33,5 cm. Characteristics : Relief ornament on border.
  • Alessichair by Lamm - Piana Folding Chair
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    Alessichair by Lamm - Piana Folding Chair
    Piana is a folding chair and the first chair at all for the Italian manufacturer Alessi to be involved in its more than 90 years’ history. Accordingly special is this Alessichair. Piana is the result of the cooperation of the two Italian companies Alessi and Lamm with designer and architect David Chipperfield. While Alessi and David chipperfield were developing the design, Lamm took care of the technical knowhow for the manufacture of this high quality seating furniture. The designer David Chipperfield entered the challenge of designing a product that already exists in numerous editions, with Piana. The result is a folding chair that fulfills practical demands. Piana is simple and reduced to the essential, regarding its appearance. The iconic folding chair is recognized as such instantly, it doesn’t possess any ornaments and is extremely robust. The clear and functional look makes Piana a versatile chair. The aim of David Chipperfield, Alessi and Lamm was to design a chair that could be used in public rooms, for events and receptions, as well as in private households, at the dining table, on the balcony or in the garden. Accordingly high is the quality of the used materials and clever are the practical artistic details of the design. Piana possesses a synchronized system for the folding and unfolding of the seat. This system was implemented with one only rotatory point and completely without apparent fixing elements. That is why Piana can be folded compactly and be as thin as the own feet in its folded position. Lamm uses polypropylene, fiberglass reinforced, for the manufacture of Piana. The surface is matt and slip-resistant; the whole chair is 100% recyclable. The chair is adapted for indoor and outdoor use because of the material. Lamm and Alessi offer their Piana folding chair in different colours. Also a special transport car, connection hooks and wall-fixing materials are available for the Piana folding chair.
  • Alessi Dressed Saucer - For tea cup
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    Alessi Dressed Saucer - For tea cup
    "Marcel Wanders, about the ""Dressed"" collection: ""May I invite you at my table, let me serve you food and wine, let me get my special plates, my long legged crystals, my shiny silverware. Because today is a special day, because today the sun came up, because today the air filled our lungs with endless amounts of air, because today children were born from happy parents, and because today I meet some friends. Because today is a special day, because no-one died and no-one cried, because parrots repeat what you tell them and because there are cookies in the shape of flowers. This is a day worth celebrating, a day worth happy faces, worth our best dress our silk stockings our gold green Sunday shirt. Today we don't eat, we dine, today we don't walk, we dance today we don't sleep, we dream today we don't smile, we laugh today we don't wear boots, we wear crystal Cinderella's today we celebrate life and we are dressed for the occasion surprise your heart with your eyes and see that tomorrow will be another very special day...""" In detail: Type : Saucer. Colour : White. Material : Porcelain. Dimensions : Ø 18,5 cm. Characteristics : Relief ornament on border.
  • A di Alessi Stella Cometta Bauble - Failing star
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    A di Alessi Stella Cometta Bauble - Failing star
    The tradition of the decorated Christmas tree with large and small coloured baubles out of blown glass dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when a dry period stole the green needles of the pine trees. A glass smithy out of Goetzenbruck had the idea of blowing objects out of glass in order to ornament the tree, hiding the sad looking pine branches. The round shape was the fastest to produce and that is how many colourful Christmas tree baubles emerged, soon becoming a tradition in the most different countries and cultures. Only in 1964, the glass factory in Goetzenbruck stopped the industrial production of the Christmas baubles. The shape of the traditionally made Christmas decoration changed along the years, whereby additional small decors or typical motives covered the Christmas baubles, such as Father Christmas, bells, stars and a sledge. It was Marcello Jori who created the "Palle Presepe" with his creative soul and irony, causing a small revolution at Alessi with it. He said that there was a Christmas tree at his home every year, but that he envied those who had a crib with vivid figures. Marcello Jori: « I finally dreamt sometime of an angel, who hanged some foreign baubles at the Christmas tree, the baubles spoke, sang and prayed. Some were holy, stars or animals and one of them, lighting more than others, was Christ ». Jori's dream became true. Those, mouth blown glass made, hand decorated baubles exist now. The "Palle Presepe" are the classic crib figures that create a completely new Christmas tree with fantasy and some irony: Maria and Josef with Jesus, ox and donkey, angel, star and the three wise men. In detail: Type : Bauble. Colour : Falling star - Red & White. Material : Hand painted blown glass. Dimensions : Ø 9 cm. Characteristics : Gift packaging.
  • A di Alessi Angioletto Bauble - Angel
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    A di Alessi Angioletto Bauble - Angel
    The tradition of the decorated Christmas tree with large and small coloured baubles out of blown glass dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when a dry period stole the green needles of the pine trees. A glass smithy out of Goetzenbruck had the idea of blowing objects out of glass in order to ornament the tree, hiding the sad looking pine branches. The round shape was the fastest to produce and that is how many colourful Christmas tree baubles emerged, soon becoming a tradition in the most different countries and cultures. Only in 1964, the glass factory in Goetzenbruck stopped the industrial production of the Christmas baubles. The shape of the traditionally made Christmas decoration changed along the years, whereby additional small decors or typical motives covered the Christmas baubles, such as Father Christmas, bells, stars and a sledge. It was Marcello Jori who created the "Palle Presepe" with his creative soul and irony, causing a small revolution at Alessi with it. He said that there was a Christmas tree at his home every year, but that he envied those who had a crib with vivid figures. Marcello Jori: « I finally dreamt sometime of an angel, who hanged some foreign baubles at the Christmas tree, the baubles spoke, sang and prayed. Some were holy, stars or animals and one of them, lighting more than others, was Christ ». Jori's dream became true. Those, mouth blown glass made, hand decorated baubles exist now. The "Palle Presepe" are the classic crib figures that create a completely new Christmas tree with fantasy and some irony: Maria and Josef with Jesus, ox and donkey, angel, star and the three wise men. In detail: Type : Bauble. Colour : Angel - Blue, White & Gold. Material : Hand painted blown glass. Dimensions : Ø 9 cm. Characteristics : Gift packaging.
  • Alessi Dressed Saucer - For coffee cup
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    Alessi Dressed Saucer - For coffee cup
    "Marcel Wanders, about the ""Dressed"" collection: ""May I invite you at my table, let me serve you food and wine, let me get my special plates, my long legged crystals, my shiny silverware. Because today is a special day, because today the sun came up, because today the air filled our lungs with endless amounts of air, because today children were born from happy parents, and because today I meet some friends. Because today is a special day, because no-one died and no-one cried, because parrots repeat what you tell them and because there are cookies in the shape of flowers. This is a day worth celebrating, a day worth happy faces, worth our best dress our silk stockings our gold green Sunday shirt. Today we don't eat, we dine, today we don't walk, we dance today we don't sleep, we dream today we don't smile, we laugh today we don't wear boots, we wear crystal Cinderella's today we celebrate life and we are dressed for the occasion surprise your heart with your eyes and see that tomorrow will be another very special day...""" In detail: Type : Saucer. Colour : White. Material : Porcelain. Dimensions : Ø 16 cm. Characteristics : Relief ornament on border.
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