Trays & Platters
This is a Michael graves designed tray. One of the Alessi's greatest trays, it echoes the decorative details of the family of kettles with whistling birds from 1985.Length (cm): 58 x Width (cm): 45.50
United by their shared passion for great design, legendary Dutch designer Marcel Wanders and Italian design factory Alessi have teamed up to create a series of everyday items inspired by the magic of the circus. Taking its visual cue from colourful and richly patterned clown outfits, this round tray is made from stainless steel and decorated around its edge with a bold geometric pattern.â¢ Alessi Circus trayâ¢ Stainless steelâ¢ Diameter 480mm
Elevate your tea time ritual with the Bombè serving tray, designed by Carlo Alesso. Made from a mirror polished stainless steel, it is a timeless and elegant way to serve cakes and sandwiches at your next high tea- Mirror polished stainless steel- Handles in bakelite- Designed by Carlo Alessi
This Tray can be considered as a good expression of the Dutch Baroque movement, which has been so well interpreted by the talented Marcel Wanders. After the presentation of his Tableware Dressed in the spring of 2011, complete with porcelain, glassware and cutlery, he has bee drawing a number of followers. Particular attention should be given to the decoration, achieved by the new application of the rolling relief technique, which gives an interesting three-dimensionality to the objects (Alberto
Re-edition of the Alessi tea and coffe sets project, as well as of bar and kitchen object of 20s, 30s and 40s.Designed by Carlo Alessi. Tray in 18/10 stainless steel mirror polished. Handles in bakelite. Length (cm): 47.00 x Width (cm): 32.00
Clotet, who is active in architecture but who has also made a number of interesting designs of objects, was fascinated by the playful crumpling of a tray in silver paper and reproduced the effect in a successful mini-series of trays and basket- 18/10 Stainless Steel- Mirror polished
ound tray in 18/10 stainless steel with laser cut edge. The cartoon men created by the King-Kong team are a symbol and icon of mirror polished design based on the use of affective codes, so much so that they are one of its most oft-cited examples. The standing men have appeared on objects from the farthest corners of Alessi tradition, like trays and baskets, and then they multiplied, invaded and conquered other groups of objects - and not just in the kitchen and at the table.
The tray is part of the project "Dressed in wood", designed by Marcel Wanders.A natural material, beech wood, shaped by artisans, is characterised by knots and veins that make each piece slightly unique. Natural beech wood was chosen by the designer for all the articles in this collection."Dressed in wood" is a collection made by artisans in Valle Strona, where the production of wooden artefacts is documented as far back as the sixteenth century. This Valley drops down to Lake Orta, where Alessi
The table set Dressed was designed by Marcel Wanders. Traditionally, the rules would require that decoration be applied in the most important and most visible areas of the object. Wanders, on the other hand, applies it to secluded areas, a little out of sight, sometimes even in areas that aren't normally visible at all, so much so that we could call it a sort of introverted decoration. In this way, even though he uses a language of signs that is very rich and complex, a bit flowery, a little bar
Michele De Lucchi designs Le cerchie, a round tray/centrepiece that encapsulates the minimalist style of the Italian architect. The 3-step edge is the distinctive feature of the project: an architectural design which, as the name suggests ('cerchie' is Italian for circles), is reminiscent of a square surrounded by a staircase. Le cerchie brings to mind a kind of classical amphitheatre whose actors are the objects placed at the centre of the tray. The large dimensions of Le cerchie make it suitab
Michael Graves designed tray. The style reflects the decorative details of the family of the famous kettle with bird of 1985.Diameter (cm): 48.00
The tray designed by Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas that is part of the "Colombina collection".It's the expression in the household of the typical characteristic rounded shape belonging to the design of these two architects. This is for the tray in 18/10 stainless steel mirror polished. Length (cm): 51.00 x Width (cm): 40.00
The tray designed by Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas that is part of the "Colombina collection".It's the expression in the household of the typical characteristic rounded shape belonging to the design of these two architects. This is for the tray in 18/10 stainless steel coloured with epoxy resin, red. Length (cm): 51.00 Width (cm): 40.00
For those who love their breakfast (and not only), Marcel Wanders has created a series of additional articles for the "Dressed" service. This big collection reveals one of the typical traits of Wanders language, where ancient shapes and style features are echoed in a totally contemporary interpretation.
The 'Ethno' decoration, sinuous and complex, evokes the rhythm of ancestral dances and has been available since 2000 on a range of trays and baskets. Diameter (cm): 40
From the Dressed In Wood Collection; Beech-wood tray with scrolling relief decoration; 5.75"W X 17.75"L; Beech wood; Made in Italy
The three-section jam tray allows you to have three different kind of jams available on the table; Porcelain/mirror-polished stainless steel; 8"W X 3"H X 2.5"D; Imported
Round tray of mirror-polished stainless steel; Mirror-polished stainless steel; Diameter, 14"; Imported
Alessi - Priding itself on a successful fusion of style and function, Alessi offers carefully curated collections of luxury homeware steeped in rich Italian heritage. Designed by Marta Sansoni, the Cactus! tray features one of the brand's now-iconic patterns, which has been rendered through masterful laser-cutting. Serve up dinner parties in sophisticated style with this unmissable piece.
Alessi - Designed by Marcel Wanders for Alessi, 'Dressed' is a decorative table set with a difference. Traditionally, the rules would require that decoration be applied to the most visible areas of the tableware item, but Wanders instead applies it to secluded areas to create a type of inverted decoration. The Dressed Rectangular Tray is worked in mirror-polished stainless steel and features a 24 karat gold-plated centre with relief decoration.