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Alessi Cookware

Italian company Alessi has made a name for its stylish and post-modern cookware and kitchen items, created by some of the world's most respected homeware designers. Founded in 1921 by Giovanni Alessi, the company has led the designer kitchenware industry since 1945, collaborating with some of the world's leading designers including Philippe Starck, Michael Graves, and Alessandro Mendini.

Mami Cookware

Designed by Stefano Giovannoni, the Mami series of stainless steel pots and pans is one of Alessi's most popular, inspired by the shape of ancient terracotta pots. Select from various pot sizes with stylish "ears," oven dishes, and frying pans in pressure-cast aluminium with a non-stick coating, as well as pasta sets and pressure cookers.

La Cintura di Orione Cookware

La Cintura di Orione is specifically designed for gourmet enthusiasts who want professional-quality cookware to feed their culinary passion. The range was designed by Richard Sapper with an extra-thick copper outside and an 18/10 stainless steel inside, allowing home cooks to reap the conduction and heat distribution qualities of copper with the hygiene of stainless steel.

Designer Gifts

Transforming everyday items into something truly special, Alessi cookware and kitchen products make for the perfect gift. Choose from sophisticated Alessi iron cookware or sleek Alessi stainless-steel cookware, together with cutting-edge gadgets like chilli scrunchers, pizza slicers, and citrus baskets.

Michael Graves Designer Kettle

First introduced in 1985, this celebrated kettle was designed by Michael Graves, fusing art deco and pop art elements. It features a little bird that sings when the water has boiled and has a sleek and sophisticated look that makes it the perfect addition to any kitchen.

Pulcina Espresso Makers

Love your morning coffee? The Pulcina is a highly aesthetic coffee maker that combines the technology of Illy Caffè with the design of Michele de Lucchi. The shape of the coffee pot has been created to optimise and enhance the organoleptic properties of coffee. It automatically stops filtering the coffee just at the right moment, ensuring you don't get that burnt and bitter aftertaste of the eruption phase and enhancing the full-bodied aroma.

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