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Ghidini 1961, napkin rings Omini Portatovaglioli

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here’s a little fellow sitting down, one on the verge of falling over and even one that stands to attention. What’s this all about? We are referring to Omini, the latest napkin ring series designed by Stefano Giovannoni for Italian brand Ghidini 1961. Without a doubt, Omini by Ghidini 1961 brings something new to the table!

 

What is it? Omini by Ghidini 1961 is a range of napkin rings in polished brass.

What is special about it? Starting from a simple cube, Stefano Giovannoni turns a conventional napkin ring into something new and exciting. Omini by Ghidini 1961 adds a fun note to a formal table setting, as well as a special touch your everyday table.

How is it made? Omini is in polished brass. The napkin ring is a cube with 4 cm long sides. It’s part of a tableware series which includes tray, bowls in three different styles and salt and pepper set.

Who is it by? Originally from La Spezia, North West Italy, architect Stefano Giovannoni now lives and works in the city of Milan. Extremely popular in the interior design world, Stefano Giovannoni is best known for his kitchenware and home accessories. What’s his trademark? Stefano Giovannoni is able to capture the public’s interest, as well as ironically interpreting their needs and desires.

We have chosen it because… Napkin rings add character to any tablescape. What’s more, a uniquely designed napkin ring is something fresh and new you can add to any table. Summed up in one world: impeccable!

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