This classic corkscrew by Stelton is notable for its elegant timeless design. Peter Holmblad designed it in 1974 for the Stelton Classic-Line. Even nowadays, 30 years later, the corkscrew proves itself as a useful kitchen utensil and should be ready to hand in any modern household.
Since the 1960s the company Stelton has been aiming at producing high-quality table and serving utensils made of stainless steel. From then on, Stelton has been awarded several times with the Industry Prize from the Danish Society for Industrial Design. In addition, many Stelton products can be admired nowadays in museums, like e.g. in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the British Museum in London and the National Museum for Applied Arts in Munich.
Peter Holmblad was the managing director and owner of Stelton untill 2004 and together with Arne Jacobsen, he developed the Cylinda Line. Designer Peter Holmblad
The first address in modern art... in 1929 the Museum of Modern Art opened its doors for the first time. Since that time the museum in New York belongs to the most important collections of modern art and design. Designaward Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
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|H: 4 cm, D: 12 cm, L: 13 cm, weight: 70 g, dishwasher safe, material: 18/8 matt polished stainless steel, colour: Stainless steel matt
Nr. 100122, EAN 5709846000780
A popular clean design, simplicity, functionality and design experience - all this forms the base of the Stelton clasic line. Also the new products of the line follow this tradition which was founded by Arne Jacobsens Cylinda Line.
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