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2003/39/1-5 Bottle holder, for condiment set, prototype, 'Zenit', stainless steel / plastic, designed by Marc Newson, England, 1999 - 2000, made by Alessi, Italy, 2001. Click to enlarge.

Holder for ‘Zenit’ condiment set by Marc Newson

Made by Alessi in Italy, Europe, 2001.

Bottle holder, for condiment set, prototype, ‘Zenit’, stainless steel / plastic, designed by Marc Newson, England, 1999 - 2000, made by Alessi, Italy, 2001

Bottle holder from the ‘Zenit’ condiment set. The holder consists of a movable black oval-shaped tray made of thermoplastic resin with a stainless steel base, which has a central upright handle which extends above the containers and is finished with a circular-shaped grip. The plastic tray has four holes in it which allow the bottles to be h...

Summary

Object No.

2003/39/1-5

Object Statement

Bottle holder, for condiment set, prototype, 'Zenit', stainless steel / plastic, designed by Marc Newson, England, 1999 - 2000, made by Alessi, Italy, 2001

Physical Description

Bottle holder, for condiment set, prototype, 'Zenit', stainless steel / plastic, designed by Marc Newson, England, 1999 - 2000, made by Alessi, Italy, 2001

Bottle holder from the 'Zenit' condiment set. The holder consists of a movable black oval-shaped tray made of thermoplastic resin with a stainless steel base, which has a central upright handle which extends above the containers and is finished with a circular-shaped grip. The plastic tray has four holes in it which allow the bottles to be held in place. The stainless steel base is also oval-shaped and has indents to allow the bottles to be held in place. There is a short rod in the centre which fits inside the plastic upright handle and allows the plastic handle to move up and down. Marked on base.

Marks

A white sticker with 'PROTOTYPE' written in black ink on base and a white sticker with text in black 'MN06 B / "ZENIT" CONDIMENT / SET, B / RRP $299-".

Dimensions

Height

170 mm

Width

91 mm

Production

Made

Alessi Italy, Europe 2001

Designed

Newson, Marc England 1999-2000

Cite this Object

Harvard

Holder for 'Zenit' condiment set by Marc Newson 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 August 2019, <https://ma.as/367201>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/367201 |title=Holder for 'Zenit' condiment set by Marc Newson |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=20 August 2019 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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