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Caccia by Luigi Caccia Dominioni 5 Piece Flatware Set

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Alessi

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Alessi Caccia by Luigi Caccia Dominioni 5 Piece Flatware Set

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  • Set includes table spoon, table knife, table fork, teaspoon and dessert fork
  • Cutlery Sets collection
  • Steel mirror polished

Alessi Caccia by Luigi Caccia Dominioni 5 Piece Flatware Set

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Handle Finish: SilverMaterial: Stainless steel
Handle Material: Stainless steelNumber of Items Included: 5
Pieces Per Place Setting: 5Number of People Served: 1
Style: FormalHandle Pattern: Solid
Storage Included: NoCountry of Manufacture: Italy
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About the Designers

Livio Castiglioni

Livio Castiglioni Italy (1911 - )

Born in Milan in 1911. Livio Castiglioni graduated in architecture from the Polytechnic of Milan in 1936. He started working with his brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo immediately after the war focusing their attention mainly on city planning, architecture and particularly on design. All the experiments and studies on design were possible thanks to the many exhibitions they designed and where Livio worked as light and sound technician.

Luigi Caccia Dominioni

Luigi Caccia Dominioni Italy (1913 - )

Born in Milan in 1913, Dominioni graduated in architecture from the Polytechnic of Milan in 1936 and in the same year he started his activity in Venice together with Livio and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, with whom he won the competition held at the Vimercate School. In the field of Industrial design he was considered a "pioneer,ö and eventually set up a collection of his signature furniture and objects. The "Caccia" cutlery he designed for Alessi are on permanent display at the Museum of Modern Art of New York as an example of fine functional design. The "Caccia" Flatware Collection was originally crafted in 1938 in silver. It has been in reproduction since 1990 from polished 18/10 stainless steel for durability and elegance. Simple yet beautiful, the "Caccia" Dinner Knife boasts a sleek and slender appearance that is sure to accentuate your table setting.

About the Manufacturer

Alessi's intention, from the beginning, was to be highly innovative and ready to experiment with cookware. With this in mind, the Alessi family venture explored new materials and novel design in becoming one of the finest and most well-known contemporary cookware brands. Alessi prides itself on its unique collaboration with designers and architects to produce beautiful, quality cookware. Among some of the best known of the Alessi's products are Richard Sapper's kettle with a two-tone whistle, Michael Graves' kettle with bird shaped whistle, and Philippe Starck's Juicy Salif citrus squeezer.
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