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Holder for 'Zenit' condiment set by Marc Newson

Designed 1999-2000
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.
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