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Colombina Flatware Collection
Alessi & Doriana + Massimiliano Fuksas
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1 Place Setting (5 pc): $60
6 Place Setting (24 total): $290
Dessert Fork: $10.50
Dessert Fork 6 pc: $63
Dessert Spoon: $10.50
Dessert Spoon 6 pc: $63
Salad Serving Set: $41
Serving Fork+Spoon: $40
Ladle: $37
Cake Server: $26
$10.50 - $290
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Doriana Mandrelli and Massimiliano Fuksas expand on the organic sensibility of their Colombina porcelain tableware collection with stainless flatware that is as timeless as it is elegant. For four decades, the highly decorated, prolific power couple of design have been at the forefront, with their strong sense of organic geometry and use of new materials and innovative design, from the Peres Peace House, hailed project of the year for 2009/2010 in Israel, to the Armani Ginza Tower in Tokyo and the Colombina line for Alessi. From grand halls to tea cups, their shared penchant for recognizing the bold beauty in simple forms is a revelation for us all to enjoy.

  • Table fork, table spoon: 7.5" (19.2cm)
  • Table knife: 8.5" (21.5cm)
  • Dessert fork, dessert spoon: 6.75" (17.2cm)
  • Tea spoon: 5.5" (13.9cm)
  • Coffee spoon: 5" (12.5cm)
  • Ladle: 10.75" (27.5cm)
  • Serving fork, serving spoon: 9.5" (24cm)
  • Salad set: 10.75" (27.2cm)
  • Cake server: 11" (28cm)
  • 1 Place Setting includes: table fork, table spoon, table knife, dessert fork, and tea spoon
  • 6 Place Setting includes: table knife, table fork, table spoon, and coffee spoon
  • Stainless steel
  • Branded packaging
  • Please contact us for current availability and lead times.


A name nearly synonymous with modern Italian design, Alessi defined the post-modern 1980s with its superstars Philippe Starck and Michael Graves. However, the company was actually founded almost 100 years ago in 1921 by Giovanni Alessi, as a tableware workshop producing items in nickel, chromium and silver-plated brass in Valle Strona in the Italian Alps. Son Carlo Alessi, trained as an industrial designer, brought modernism to the fore in the 1930s and later his brother Ettore Alessi began the practice of collaborating with outside designers.

By the 1970s, the company teamed with the likes of Achille Castiglioni and Ettore Sottsass before ushering in its most iconic decade. Now under Carlo's son Alberto Alessi, collaborations continue with a new generation, including Jasper Morrison, Mario Botta and Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec. "A true work of design must be able to move people," says Alberto, "to convey feelings, to trigger memories, to surprise, to go against the grain."