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Designed by Anna Perugini, the Quanto Basta collection is a take on classic Italian oil and vinegar service.
Sculptural and beautiful as a table object, the cruet dispenses vinegar by placing your finger over a hole in the top of the dispenser, creating a vacuum. Not only engaging, the design allows for accurate and clean distribution.
Also see the matching Oil Cruet.
Designer Anna Perugini, Italy
Material Borosilicate Glass
Height 16.5cm / 6.5"
Diameter 6cm / 2"
Care Hand wash only
Anna Perugini is an Italian industrial designer based in London.
She launched her multidisciplinary studio in 2017, where she divides her time between external consultancy and self-initiated projects.
Anna’s design practice reflects on the role of design in everyday lives. She is curious about social behaviours and people’s habits; in which she finds insights that drive her design choices. Anna’s projects often involve material investigation and collaboration with artisans and material experts. Her works have been exhibited in London, Berlin, Venice, Paris and Milan.
Founded in Germany in the early 20th Century, Ichendorf moved to Milan in 1990. Renown for quality and craftsmanship, Ichendorf is a specialist in hand-blown glass tableware and decor objects producing a mix of contemporary and classic designs.