Alessi - Dear Charlie Banana Holder

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Dear Charlie by Alessi is a banana holder whose irregular and stylised shape reminds us of a stem with a small branch. Bananas can be hung up on it in order to store them in a suitable way.

The banana holder by Alessi is a small table sculpture that also serves as a holder for different fruits or vegetables such as grapes, chillies or a garlic with its stable and massive base. But Dear Charlie can also be used in a completely different context, for example as a tool for hanging objects such as rings, bracelets and earrings.

Bananas stored in a hanging position do not age as quickly, since the banana holder makes the bananas believe they are still hanging on a tree. Alessi’s banana holder was designed by John Truex and it consists of chromed Zamac.

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Item no. 120493
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Material chromed Zamac
Colour Silver
Dimensions Height: 28 cm, Depth: 9.5 cm, Length: 16.5 cm
Weight 780 g (without packaging)
EAN 8003299338283
Design John Truex
Category Decorative Bowls, Fruit Bowls

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Customer reviews

Great idea that keeps banana nicer and better

5 of 5 stars 2016-11-26, , Alessi - Dear Charlie Banana Holder
1 of 1 customers have found this review helpful.

Very nicely made stand and very stable to hang a big bunch of bananas from.

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Stylish - expensive - Alessi

4 of 5 stars 2019-05-13, , Alessi - Dear Charlie Banana Holder
99 of 140 customers have found this review helpful.

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The first question is whether you need something like a banana holder at all! In contrast to other banana holders this one is really nice! And has that "certain extra." But the price ...

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